We need positive thinking. It’s desperately in short supply, understandably, but it’s very much needed in Budapest.
I enjoyed a seeded duck breast salad, that had so many seeds it was impossible to tell what they were...except delicious. The duck was surprisingly flavoursome with orange and lemon, the usual lettuce was present, but with every mouthful, a different flavour ensued with a variety of dressings in different parts of the plate.
Kiadó Kocsma offers a very relaxed atmosphere for the local, expat and traveller alike, and with an Olde Worlde décor style, you will feel like you' re in Budapest of yesteryear!
Films are a great way to better understand the Hungarian soul.
Director István Szöts tells the story of a woodcutter who moves his family into the serene mountains of Transylvania in search of a better life, only finding tragedy instead.
Winner of the Biennale Award at the Venice Film Festival.
Thelonius Monk once said,
I don’t know where jazz is going. Maybe it’s going to hell. You can’t make anything go anywhere. It just happens.
We now know it decided it was better to go to Budapest...