Szeged Vendéglő Budapest Reviews
Hearty and Entertaining Hungarian Cuisine at Szeged Vendéglő Sep 29, 2011
Szeged Vendéglő is a Hungarian cuisine restaurant in Buda. There is a lot of food served here, so be hungry when you come!
As well as enjoying a multi-course Hungarian dinner, guests are entertained by a folk music ensemble and folk dancers who appear from time to time. This is probably a tourist spot, but, why not indulge and enjoy it? The food is very good and represents a overview of national dishes.
Our dinner began with an appetizer of Hortobágyi palacsinta (crepes with a meat filling) in a sauce and then a cucumber and cabbage salad. My main dish was Goulash, served with Nokedli (dumplings) and boiled potatoes. Dessert was a Sponge cake with chocolate topping. Yes, Central European cuisine at its best!
Between servings, the folk dancers performed couple dances, the men's Stick Dance, and the Women's Bottle Dance. Lots of fun! I liked the folk ensemble, too. As would be typical in Hungary, it consisted of a string trio and a Cimbalom player. A Cimbalom is an Hungarian hammered dulcimer, an instrument I always like to hear played.
Part of the Central Europe 2011 travel blog
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