According to Wikipedia, ‘Street food is ready-to-eat food or drink sold by a hawker, or vendor, in a street or other public place, such as at a market or fair. It is often sold from a portable food booth, food cart, or food truck and meant for immediate consumption’. This form of nourishment has already been around in ancient Greece and ancient Rome; although, as street food was mainly consumed by the poor at the time, some of the wealthy citizens held this custom in low regard.
Today, when we are constantly trying our hardest to be efficient and to utilize time, street food is a perfect alternative to eating lunch or dinner at a restaurant. Not to mention that it is more cost-effective as well.
There is no doubt that today’s Budapest is a perfect stage for the rise of the street food culture. In the past few years, the Hungarian capital has transformed into an even more loveable city with its endlessly colourful vibes and its cool places, where we can get a wide range of affordable and high quality foods. If you want to fully experience Budapest, you need to taste some of the foods and drinks of artisan producers: you will get to meet the individuals behind the fresh produce, and you get to learn their stories, too.
As the Hungarian classical menu is built up of three courses, we have built up our program according to this tradition, which means participants will be visiting three stations and an extra drink station.Enquire now
We split the team into smaller groups, and each group is accompanied by a tour leader. At the early stages of working out the specifics of the program, we discuss the details with the costumer to make sure that we create an activity that meets the team’s needs perfectly. During the tour we visit four locations (one course at each location + an extra drink station). The first course is a soup, salad or tapas; the main course is an artisan hamburger or sandwich; at the third location we have a nice dessert; and lastly we visit a ruin bar to taste some of Hungary’s finest craft beers.