Food Wine Budapest

by Carolyn Banfalvi

ISBN-10: 1892145561
ISBN-13: 9781892145567
Region: Europe
Publisher: LIttle Bookroom
Publication Date: June, 2008
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Publishers Information

About Food Wine Budapest

Publisher Web Link: http://www.littlebookroom.com/guidebooks.html

Budapest is a city reborn and now experiencing a culinary renaissance in the hands of a new generation of talented chefs and winemakers. Food Wine Budapest is the first culinary guide to the capital and includes dozens of restaurant, café, and shop reviews; descriptions of Hungarian dishes and wines; local color and in-depth information; and all the vocabulary you’ll need (including a glossary of Hungarian food) to insure memorable eating and drinking experiences.

Despite its vast repertoire, variety, and recipes bursting with flavor, Hungarian cuisine is one of the most under-appreciated and unknown European cuisines. There are few Hungarian restaurants outside the country so those who are interested in discovering Hungarian cuisine (and any food lover should be!) must go to Hungary to sample everything firsthand, prepared with real Hungarian ingredients. Despite the fact that last year more foreign tourists visited the city than ever before (36.6 million), there are still no guidebooks written in English focusing on Budapest restaurants and Hungarian food. This book is a practical guide that will ensure that readers have memorable eating and drinking experiences. Throughout the book there are also sidebars providing local color and in-depth information.

Author Information

About Carolyn Banfalvi

Author Web Link: http://www.carolynbanfalvi.com/

Carolyn Banfalvi, a native of Washington D.C., has lived in Hungary since 1999 except for a period during which she attended culinary school in the United States. Her writing has been published in a variety of newspapers and magazines including The Wall Street Journal Europe, The Wall Street Journal, Gastronomica, The Washington Post and she has contributed to several guides to Hungary. In 2002 she was awarded the International Foodservice Editorial Council’s scholarship for food writing.

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