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Central Market Hall

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36-1 366-3300
36-1 366-3300
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40 reviews of Central Market Hall

Chris Pearrow

Discovering Hungarian cuisine

Budapest's Central Market Hall is a must if you're at all interested in learning more about Hungarian cuisine. The market itself is massive, probably the biggest one I've ever seen in my life, and it's spread out across three floors: the basement area full of preserves and pickles, the ground floor mainly serving meats and vegetables, and the top floor for souvenirs, textiles, and restaurants.

The market walks a fine line between local favorite and tourist trap...there were lots of locals there doing their weekly shopping, but there were also a lot of stands obviously designed to sell kitschy and overpriced items to tourists, so you really need to explore the space to find the authentic stands. It was really interesting to check out the various cured meats and sausages on offer, as well as the endless amounts of cheeses I'd never seen before. Most of the vendors speak English so don't hesitate to pick up a few slices of what looks interesting and dig in!

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Fer Tamudo

Central Market

Great

The Central Market in Budapest, Hungary, is a place to lose yourself one morning walking through their kiosks and buying some of the many and good local products that are for sale. They say that the best way to the richness of a country is to visit its markets, if they offer abundant products of quality. THat´s when you know you are in a good country. Here we found variety and good material. The market has two floors. On the top floor you can have a bargain with a glass of hot wine or eat in one of the restaurants where cheap prices give you the chance to enjoy traditional food. For sure it

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Giorgia Nanut

A little too touristic. I wanted to eat...

OK

A little too touristic. I wanted to eat some typical Hungarian food but I noticed that prices were too high: a chimney cake costed ca 6€, when in the streets you can find it at less than 1.5€. Great place to take photos, not to eat.

kristof

You can find a lot of traditional food here

Great

Not bad, but prices not always the best...

Raquel Rey

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luisfernando

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Alejo Tomás

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maruski

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ANADEL

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Pedro Jareño

+10
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Dani_danish

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Victoria García González

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Alessandra Consonni

Good
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