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The Best Hamburger in Budapest

Júlia Horváth | November 3, 2014
The Best Hamburger in Budapest
BRGR’s burgers are made from unique recipes that have been precisely crafted and tested to produce the best possible gourmet hamburger. No wonder BRGR’s pöri burger won the 'Best Hamburger in 2014' title.
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Liget Wellness és Konferencia Hotel****

Liget Wellness és Konferencia Hotel****

A luxurious retreat conveniently located in Szarvas–the geographical center of the historical Hungary – just 160 kms from Budapest, the Liget Wellness...

Kaleidoscopio Italia 2014

Source: press release | October 17, 2014
Kaleidoscopio Italia 2014
Budapest's Istituto Italiano di Cultura introduces the cultural diversity and beauty of Italy this week, on October 17-19, during a series entitled 'Italian Caleidoscope,' offering a great number of programs.

Make a wish - Csodalámpa Foundation at Symbol

BOB | October 7, 2014
Make a wish - Csodalámpa Foundation at Symbol
Another edition of Csodalámpa Wish Granting Foundation’s cooking course took place recently with a special, pizza-making program, this time at Symbol House, to, as usual, grant a wish for a seriously ill child.

Tasting the Original Greek Sprit

Júlia Horváth | October 1, 2014
Tasting the Original Greek Sprit
Budapest's BOLS Mixer Academy welcomed the press to an exclusive Metaxa presentation and tasting event on September 16, hosted by the world renowned master mixer Costas Raptis.

Thought on a coffee house

András Réz | September 29, 2014
Thought on a coffee house
Dezső Kellér, the Hungarian Humorist said: "The good side of visiting coffee houses is that when one sits there, he is not at home, but not at the fresh air either." Today is Coffee Day. Head to a café!

Say no to decaff!

Francisck Réka Alíz | September 29, 2014
Say no to decaff!
Did you know that just the smell of coffee can provide stress relief? Today is dedicated to one of the world’s oldest beverages as September 29 marks the International Coffee Day. Read on, and find out more on coffee.

I Like Budapest - Oscar Summer Party

BoB | August 29, 2014
I Like Budapest - Oscar Summer Party
I Like Budapest, the newest brand of Budapest Week Publishing, joined with Oscar’s Hair & Beauty Salon, l’Occhio di Stile and Ferrari to celebrate summer in the city.

Serene prospects in Hungarian tourism

Source: press release | August 8, 2014
Serene prospects in Hungarian tourism
According to the Ministry of National Economy, tourism in Hungary has again increased in June by a spectacular 7.6 %, in which the vigorous expansion of foreign overnight accommodation played a large role.

What's your wish for the night?

BOB, Source: press release | June 16, 2014
More sleep would make everyone happier, I thought. Then, at Corinthia Hotel Budapest I met Dr. Guy Meadows, who opened my eyes, only to teach me how to close them again - this time, properly.

Bocuse d'Or Europe 2014 and Hungary

Nagy Edina Eszter | May 19, 2014
Fantastic atmosphere, international supporters, contestants side-by-side, incredible precision, detailed attention, muscular effort and speed so as to qualify among the first 12 teams and all this in under 5h35 minutes!

Master Chef Wang and his empire

BOB | April 13, 2014
Master Chef Wang invites you to taste China! Visiting his prize-winning restaurant, ranked
among the 50 best eateries in Hungary, you may sample the traditional and truly authentic
Sichuan cuisine.

Szepsy, a rebel in Tokaj

Réka Alíz Francisck | April 9, 2014
Founding member of the Mád Circle, István Szepsy is often called Mr. Tokaj. His wines sell at Selfridges&Co and Heston Blumenthal's three Michelin-star restaurant, to mention the British market only.

Beer and massage for Wagyu cattle | April 1, 2014
One Welsh farmer is feeding his cows beer to help them relax, and he even throws in the occasional massage. Beer and massage for Powys farmer's rare Wagyu cattle. Indulgence at it's best.

The Story of the New York Palace and Anna Juhász

Annamária Riedl, TRANSLATION: Flóra Nagy | April 1, 2014
Anna Juhász, daughter of Ferenc Juhász, one of the greatest Hungarian poets of our time, has an unusual relationship with the New York Palace: she spent most of her childhood here, today she organizes the Artist Box.

And the Best of awards go to...

Source: MTI | March 28, 2014
This year the Best of Budapest & Hungary prize will be awarded in 58 categories by the professional jury to acknowledge the best of the domestic hospitality, hotel and further service industries.

3 Michelin stars for Budapest

BOB | March 17, 2014
Just recently, a third restaurant in Budapest won a Michelin star. Costes was the first in the city to receive such an accolade, and it has successfully retained its star once again, along with Onyx.

Gastrofests differently

Francisck Réka Alíz | March 17, 2014
Let's take a look at international venues and see how far gastronomic adventurers would go to indulge their tastebuds. Following the list of bizarre restaurants, here’s the list of the most bizarre food fests.

Rise to success: Vanda Szakács

Annamária Riedl, TRANSLATION: Flóra Nagy | March 11, 2014
Vanda Szakács moved to London without speaking a word of English. In Hungary she had attended a vocational secondary school for catering, and yet she had no idea what a Michelin star was. But she soon caught up.

Rise to success: Gergő Pernyez

Annamária Riedl, TRANSLATION: Flóra Nagy | March 4, 2014
Gergő Pernyez was a pizza delivery boy when he left Hungary to learn languages. He became a chef, and worked at some of the world’s best restaurants. Today he manages his own bistro in a small French town.