Costes Restaurant

The first Michelin-starred restaurant in Hungary is on busy Raday Street. Owned by none other than Károly Gerendai, legendary creator of the now world-famous Sziget rock festival. Costes was first run by a Portuguese head chef and now by one of the few female head chefs in the country, Eszter Palágyi. She has fashioned the menu to radiate more local authenticity. Dishes include stewed and fermented red cabbage with Hungarian foie gras, mangalitsa pork with Hungarian lecsó (ratatouille of peppers and tomatoes) and polenta, a matyó-style tortellini, noodles filled with plum jam from szatmár, and a Rubik’s cube of petit fours. Costes carries the legacy and weight of living up to its reputation of being the leader of the fine-dining revolution.

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Budapest, Ráday u. 4, 1092 Hungary
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Wed: 6:30 pm - 12:00 am
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