Macesz Huszár

Budapest, Dob Street 26, 1072 Hungary

(36) 1-787-6164

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From lamb goulash and goat cheese-spinach soufflé to its roast goose platter for two and a beef-laden bowl of mouth-watering matzo ball soup, Macesz Huszár fires on all cylinders. Despite the mostly traditional menu and white-lace tablecloths, international inspiration comes through in the duck with latkes and spicy plum sauce, and décor is subtly inventive (the chandeliers are decorated with stacked teacups). The Jewish-Hungarian restaurant, which serves dishes based on recipes from the chef’s grandmother, is charming and friendly, making it a staple on the Budapest dining scene.

Written by Emma Pierce

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