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Brendan
post Oct 1 2003, 05:47 AM
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blink.gif just a tip for anyone heading to budapest..if ur a meat eater and a drinker go to a place over the buda side called MOngolian bbq..its all u can eat and drink for around 3600 forints about 10 british pounds...beer wine and sangria included...get there and eat before 5pm and its half the price!
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post Oct 1 2003, 07:45 AM
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MMm... love that goulash.


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post Aug 21 2004, 03:22 AM
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QUOTE(lucky @ Oct 1 2003, 07:45 AM)
MMm... love that goulash.

hey man, me too, me too... there ain't nothing like that goulash
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post Jan 1 2007, 11:42 PM
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did i hear someone say Hungarian Goulash?
Bloody Yummy i tell ya!

Went to the markets on the pest side, near the main green bridge and grabbed a huge plate of goulash which i could hardly finish for about 700 forint which is about just over $4 australian (or under 3 euro), so cheap but so yummy!


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post Jan 7 2007, 02:11 PM
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Mum's Hungarian and makes the best goulash ever! Yum! Will have to get her recipe and share...


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post Jan 7 2007, 02:59 PM
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Is true goulash more stew-like or more soup-like?


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post Jan 7 2007, 04:01 PM
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My Mum's is sort of in between. I guess it's about how long you simmer it, but I'd have to ask her. Either way, it's damn tasty!


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post Nov 18 2007, 10:02 PM
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I am planning a trip to Bulgaria and Romania in Oct 2008. I usually travel alone, but I was wondering if anyone has any info or advice about traveling through the two countries alone? I'll be traveling by train for the most part.

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post Dec 6 2007, 04:30 AM
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Hungarian Goulash... You just can't beat it!


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post Apr 19 2009, 08:41 AM
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I agree with staying in an apartment in Budapest. For our honeymoon, my wife and I stayed at an apartment at 10 Rakoczi Ter. The building looked a little rough from the outside (think former red light district) but inside it was akin to an 18th century ballroom, complete with sculpted figures in the crown moulding and chandeliers. If you stay in the Rakoczi Ter area, there are 2 great restaurants on either corner- a pub on the corner across from the small supermarket on I think Franz Josef, if I have my streets right. Good selection of beer and great chicken dishes. The other is a small restaurant across from the 2 story cafe down the other direction across from the huge indoor market (which in and of itself is amazing). They have excellent regional dishes for very reasonable price. And for that matter the cafe is great too for grabbing a drink or a cappuccino.


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