Budapest + Prague
Goulash! Goulash! Goulash!
The rain seemed to follow us everywhere we went in our Europe trip. But, that of course gave us more reason to enjoy lots of traditional Hungarian goulash soups! So off we went to this cozy restaurant in the Buda part of the city. We tried a bit of everything traditionally Hungarian and everything was so delicious! Out waiter was super friendly and the service exceptional. We finished the meal with some Chestnut Purée, until the very last bite. One of our favorites in Budapest for sure.
Photos of Hungarian Beef Goulash with Pasta, Roast Duck with Hungarian Ratatouille, Goulash Soup, Chestnut Purée, and some beers!
More goulashes and bread dumplings!
Photos of Hungarian Goulash Soup, Chicken Paprika with Galuska, Steak Tartare, and Spinach Pappardelle
A very popular Hungarian pastry shop with the famous kürtöskalács! We rushed to the store before they closed for the day. Luckily, we got one, for free! After our little late night snack, we walked around town for a bit more.
It was so sweet, so fluffy, and so perfect in every way. We savored every bite of this donut. I probably shouldn't have shared one donut with my boyfriend though... it was that good!
Photo of Strawberry & Pistachio Donut
On our first day, we visited one of Prague’s favorite chain restaurants that serves a lot of Czech traditional dishes. Enjoyed everything here except the Fried Cheese which unfortunately just tasted like regular mozzarella cheese, nothing too different.
Photo of Traditional Sirloin and Maxi Beef Rolls
The beer mugs here were huge! But it was definitely a good way to start the dinner, all while trying to pick out what to eat. My boyfriend ordered the Rabbit (roasted on garlic, potato dumplings, spinach) and I ordered the traditional Marinated Beef (in creamy sauce, bread dumplings) Czech dishes. They were both hearty and filling, although I wished we ordered some vegetables on the side...
One of our last meals in Prague! We switched it up a bit and decided to get some Asian food. As we walked around town, we found this trendy ramen restaurant. Although the service wasn't the greatest (it took hours for our appetizer salads and ramens to come out) but overall we had Asian grub. We both preferred the Seoul Ramen over Tokyo Shoyu Ramen.