delicious times in Budapest.

Tuesday, 19 August 2014

Every time I am travelling, my love for Italian cuisine blossoms. Maybe it is because some pasta is always a safe choice, therefore perhaps I am boring like that. I am so happy that we managed to get away for a little dinner on our first day. "Most" bistro was an accidental found, and only after our return to Poland we actually realized that this place is pretty popular in Budapest. Three course meal for a pretty fair price and the most delicious gazpacho ever. Now I am pretty motivated to finally do a proper gazpacho by myself. Maybe the other meals were nothing too fancy, but I found the amount of food to be perfectly measured to meet my needs at that point. Ferrania Solaris really suprised me and produced some cool, warm colored tones. Too bad I don't seem to be able to find it anywhere online :(
We of course made a stop at Starbucks and had a big frappe with whipped cream topping, totally and overwhelmingly sweet. We made stops for coffees and drinks, finding some unique places where the service level varied from nice to awful.

Ferrania Solaris 200

Fuji Pro 400H expired

Another stop that deserved a couple of photographs was Gelateria Lavanda close to St Stephen's basilica. As we visited it on the first day, I was still in the "let's save as much as I can, so I do not end up starving" mode which always leaves me with 50% of my money on the last day of the trip, so my order included only a nice freezing cold coffee.

Fuji Superia 200

And of course, I couldn't forget about our little breakfast at Muvesz, with coffee, orange juice and omelettes with bacon and cheese. Sorry for totally blurring those pictures :)

Fuji Pro 400H


  1. Italian food is always such a life saver when you're abroad and can't quite figure out what to eat :) Delicious photos, as always!

  2. Hahaha yes pasta will always be a safe choice!!! :) Love the photos, they all made me hungry :)

  3. Looks like you had some nice food! Haha no matter where I go I always end up at a) a Starbucks and b) at an Italian restaurant.

  4. THE TONES OF FERRANIA SOLARIS! <3 I am dying to try this film. Unfortunately, we don't have it in our country. :(

  5. yummy yummy! :)
    i am hungry now and your photos making me more hungry!

  6. It is one of the best things in traveling...discovering the culture by drinking and eating :)

  7. Making me hungry in the middle of the night! Ferrania Solaris is a great film, isn't it? :)

  8. What a beautiful moment captured and lovely narratives! I'm hooked!


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