Take a look at Hungary’s Michelin Starred restaurants. If you have a special event coming up you should visit one too – it will be a most memorable and treasured experience.

Costes was the first restaurant to be awarded a Michelin Star in 2010.  With its minimalist, modern interior, and its silverware and crystalware, Costes radiates elegant 21st century bistro vibes.
The kitchen of Costes is led by the masterful Portuguese chef, Miguel Rocha Vieira. The menu is constantly changing, making good use of seasonal changes. The restaurant is not only among the best in Hungary, but boasts of an excellent wine selection too. Among the 300+ types of wine from Hungary and all around the world, you can bump into several hidden gems. In 2016 Costes Dowtown got a Michelin Star too.

The in-demand restaurant Onyx is found in the beautiful Gerbeaud House in the downtown of Budapest. The furniture is ultra-elegant while the kitchen is stunningly ambitious. With its re-interpreted, extravagantly executed Hungarian dushes Onyx has a secure spot among the elite, fine dining restaurants of Budapest. Since 2011, when it first joined Costes as a Michelin Starred restaurant, it has made the cut of this most prestigious guide book award.

Borkonyha ‘Winekitchen’ – is a restaurant/wine bar at the Saint Stephen Basilica, which blends a simple French bistro, a Hungarian family restaurant, and a wine shop and bar. Its selection contains 200 types of mostly Hungarian wines from wineries small and large. The kitchen works with the freshest ingredients which can be procured each day and each season, which ensures variety. Borkonyha got its first Michelin Star in 2014 and remained in the prestigious group also 2015!

In the autumn of 2014 Tanti Restaurant in Buda joined Budapest’s restaurant scene with a new concept and the promise of becoming a grandmaster of rethought Hungarian dishes. Beautiful design, fusion food and paired-back tastes, the restaurant quickly became an important focal point on Budapest’s gastro map.

Nobu, the world-famous luxury Japanese restaurant opened an outlet in Kempinski Hotel Corvinus in downtown Budapest on 10th October 2010. Many international and Hungarian celebrities attended the grand opening gala ,including Robert de Niro a major investor in Nobu, Angelina Jolie-Brad Pitt who were staying in Budapest because of Jolie’s first film direction project and Jeremy Irons. The Hungarian outlet is one of the smallest of the 28 Nobu restaurants with 81 seats in the main dining area. Adjacent to the main dining room is a 56-seat lounge bar where guests can have a taste of Nobu’s offerings from a shorter menu (featuring less expensive items). There is also a private dining room of 8-16 seats.  On the menu of the restaurant one will find the flagship dishes that make Nobu unique like the Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeno and the Alaskan Black Cod with Miso.