4 days in Budapest-07/21-7/24/2018
After a long day we went back to our apartment to rest a bit and also to wait for my luggage.
After resting a bit we are going back to Belgrade quay for Dinner.
Budapest is really safe at night!.
Cute little restaurant.
This is the main shopping area Vaci avenue.
Minh looked up and this restaurant got good reviews so we are going to give it a try.
Meat displayed on the side next to the entrance door
There is also another cabinet with seafood.
We did not have a reservation and when we got there they did not have any table available outside so we were seated inside until a table become available.
Within 15 minutes they gave us a table outside with a nice view of the Belgrade quay.
View from out table looking inside the restaurant.
We ordered a bunch of appetizers to start. On the left is Htipiti is a Greek roasted red pepper and feta cheese dip, the other 3 dishes are described below.
Melitzanosalata, Greek Eggplant dip, made with eggplant, crushed garlic, grated onion, chopped parsley and extra virgin olive oil.
Feta dip with crispy pita
Fried whitebaits-Atherines tiganites
Everything is made in house, fresh and really delicious.
The whitebaits are fried correctly and they were crunchy and not oily at all.
So delicious with a glass of wine.
It is gradually getting darker, and it so nice to eat out with such a pleasant of the city.
Paidakia-Greek grilled lamb chops with vegetables.
Hoa and Minh order each a plate of lamb chops
Grilled sea bream- Tsipoura
Since we have a lot of appetizers, Loan and I we shared the grilled Sea bream.
It is now dark and all the lights are on-Nice view of the city.
Coffee to end our meal.
Strawberry tart - nice presentation!
The tart was actually very good and it was just the perfect dish to end a really pleasant meal.
After the meal, our waiter gave us a rose. How sweet is that?
Of course we took care of him too and gave him a nice tip.
Hoa and Minh smoking after dinner....
We left about 10:30/11:00Pm and the restaurant was still full of people.
Next....Day 3- Great Market Hall