The history of Gundel and Hungarian gastronomy and hospitality go hand in hand. The 125-year-old (goose liver, fisherman's soup, the Gundel crepe) as well as Executive Chef Zsolt Litauszki's fresh ans seasonal courses. A meal at Gundel is an experience made all the more memorable by famous Hungarian paintings lining the walls, world-famous Zsolnay porcelain, antique silverware, and unparalleled service. The Gundel Palace's Neo-Baroque ballroom, the private rooms and the atmospheric garden offer ideal locations for family gatherings, weddings, and business receptions.
Last reviewed in December, 2017