5 great places to eat street food in Budapest if you get hungry during a spring stroll

Now this spring, not only do we like to spend our time under the open sky while on excursions, but we much prefer to picnic with tasty snacks and street food on hand.

Flaming Retro

You can’t even find someone who doesn’t already know Lángos, the leader in Hungarian street food, from the markets and beaches. This is the case not only with Lángos, but also with Retro Lángos in the city center, on Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út, who have been adding color and richness to the capital’s street food palette for more than 10 years now.

It was evident that the Flaming Pavilion would eventually grow into Budapest’s first flaming bistro, then serve up a heavenly flamingo from across from Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út.

At their food bar, traditional and special round pasta meet each other, so in addition to cheese and sour cream, you can try goat cheese, arugula, Greek relish, and even Nutella flamboyance and retro pancakes for dessert. Their secret, in addition to their inexhaustible ideas, is that their dishes are prepared fresh, one by one, from the highest quality ingredients.

1065 Budapest, Bajcsy-Zsilinszky út 25. | website | Facebook

Edes Mackó Trumpet cake shop

With an unadulterated, heart-warming street food experience, Édes Mackó kürtős-kálács confectionery once again puts a satisfied smile on the faces of young and old. The wonderful experience of making pipe cake can be elevated to a higher level by dipping it in fondue. You can dip classic and crunchy slices of kürtőskálács with a special taste in sweet toppings that can be varied to your liking, including Belgian chocolate, mango sauce, chocolate and vanilla sauce with poppy seeds. In March they also offer a special promotion where you can order all the extras as a dip for only 100 HUF.

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1146 Budapest, Állatkerti körút 14-16. | Facebook

Unicorn Bistro

Nagymező utca in the city center houses Europe’s first unicorn restaurant, which dazzles local and foreign guests with all the colors of the rainbow. Almost all dishes are made with natural food dyes, the hamburger surrounded by colorful buns and the penne with pink pesto, which fits perfectly into the interior, without exception calls for a taste, but above all for a photograph. If you want to pile on the colorful delights, don’t miss the churros served with colorful white chocolate and their famous unicorn pie! Definitely worth booking a table with them through their website.

1065 Budapest, Nagymező utca 64. | website | Facebook

Bobo Bubble Tea

In Budapest, you can find Asia’s most popular drink in three places, which the Bubu Bubble Tea team introduced to our country. Bubble tea can be chosen according to taste. First, you can choose from 26 different flavors, which can be made more delicious by using jelly slices, tapioca and berries. However, you shouldn’t miss out on the special tea sets created by the Bubu Bubble Tea team, each of which promises a special flavour. And you can make your favorite tea sets at home from ingredients purchased from their online shop.

3 locations in Budapest | website | Facebook

to Tolcsi

A mixture of incomparable flavours, salty waffle cones filled to the brim and heavenly chicken awaits those who go hungry on their spring walk to Tölcsi, in both Pest and Buda. Their dishes, made with their own special sauces, spico bread, and secret spices, are incomparable, and in addition to the meat and vegetable fillings, they also promise excellent chicken. The bold snack, born in America, has deservedly won the hearts of many of us. The crunchy funnel has been adapted to local taste, and every mouthful, whether during or after a walk, has been a dream come true.

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1077 Budapest, Wesselényi Street 23. | 1111 Budapest, Budafoki út 16. | Facebook | website

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