Secret Food Tour Budapest - Obuda

Food Tours
Budapest - Obuda

On our Secret Food Tours in Budapest - Obuda, you'll get to try the many different types of typical Hungarian culinary delights. With our food culture developing over the last thousand years, we can't wait to show you a side of Budapest's cuisine you have never seen before.

  • While exploring the ancient settlement of Obuda, we'll try a traditional Hungarian goulash soup with a wine-and-soda spritz in a traditional Obuda restaurant.
  • We'll then pass by the Roman Amphitheater, even bigger than the famous Colosseum in Rome!
  • After seeing this historical site, we'll try a delicious páté de foie gras/goose liver, before a short walk to the banks of the river Danube.
  • Our next dish, a chicken paprikash, comes with paprika sauce, homemade noodles, cucumber salad and sour cream.
  • We'll then move on to the Krúdy-District (the cradle of the Hungarian hospitality) and discover some more fascinating history about the area.
  • The Kéhli Restaurant is the oldest culinary meeting point for the local citizens. It opened in 1899, and is still run by the same family with the same exceptional atmosphere. Here we'll try a mouthwatering fish soup.
  • We'll make our way to the beautiful main square of Óbuda, where many restaurants and historical sights can be found.
  • Finally, we'll taste some local pancakes with a variety of fillings in a traditional Csárda/Inn Restaurant, where musicians will be playing some Hungarian folk songs.
  • All tour along, you'll learn about our 1100 years old history and how food is so important to our culture.
  • Oh, and of course there's our delicious Secret Dish too!

When you choose our upgraded drinks package you get:

  • Wine soda and Unicum
  • Additional wine tasting

Please note: the itinerary is subject to change, based on the locations availability and weather.


Obuda Budapest

Óbuda means Old Buda. This is the oldest settlement in the country and here is the real history of Hungary, from the time of the Roman empire to the russians built blockhouses in 1960-1990. The territory covered by modern-day Óbuda is only a fragment of the former settlement that was united with Buda and Pest in 1873 to form Budapest – the modern-day parameters roughly correspond with the urbanised elements of the late 1800's. Long before then, this was a thriving Roman community of some 35,000 citizens, with a garrison, villas and a forum. Today you can see remains dotted around Óbuda. Also this district is the cradle of the hospitality business of the city. You can still find traditional old style hungarian restaurants with huge portions on wooden plate, gipsy music and friendly owners they run their own business based on their family traditions.


How to book a tour with us

This tour is available for Group & Private Tours of 6 or more.

This tour is available for Group & Private Tours of 6 or more.

It is easy! You can book tickets online here. We begin our tours at 5PM. We will send you the meeting place details before the day of the tour. Our culinary tour lasts for 4 hours, and each one involves some walking, so be sure to bring comfortable footwear. Due to the nature of creating a well-balanced and thoughtful gastronomy experience, many of our tours are unable to accommodate certain dietary restrictions. Please contact us prior to booking your tour to see if we can accommodate your dietary needs. And don't forget to bring a camera! You will want to remember these great places if you come to Budapest again.