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Visiting Hungarian wineries is a special experience. Winemakers take the time to personally welcome you at their tables (as opposed to pouring wine from behind a bar), pouring generous glasses of wine as they reveal the details of their wines...more
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Brody Sandor utca 9 | Corner of Brody Sandor and Szentkiralyi Streets, Budapest 1088, Hungary
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+36 30 690 4913
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I'm not denying that we enjoyed the evening, but for the price we paid, the food might have been better. It was delicious but not enough. My husband, for example, doesn't like fish with bones, and I also don't get the idea of a sweet...More

Thank kukuruku
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My husband and I attended the city walking tour (4hrs). Our guide, George was absolutely delightful to have. He was knowledgeable on history and architecture of the buildings. He took us on the metro and told us where to go and what to eat. All...More

Thank Ning S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I went along to this with my husband and we had a great time. We did the 6pm wine tasting with local cheeses and charcuterie. The food was substantial enough to act as a dinner and the wine was quite generous. It did at times...More

Thank Traveller1983Wales
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

My best friend and I went to the Tasting Table for my birthday and it was a marvelous experience! He is well mannered and very knowledgeable about all of the Hungarian wines that we sampled. Who knew Hungary had such an impressive wine reservoir! Thanks...More

Thank Sherrell W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We found the Hungarian wine tasting option (offered at 3pm or 6pm) from a NY Times article and were a bit afraid that it would be lousy with tourists... ...we were very surprised. Not only were we the only two people, but we were treated...More

Thank pierskallat
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Really good experience and a great opportunity to learn and taste Hungarian wines. Nice atmosphere, good and cured sausages and a tasty selection of cheese. Special thanks to Tamas for the nice presentation.

Thank Per E
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived at around 2:40 PM looking to taste some Hungarian wines. We had found this on Trip Advisor and just walked in. It turns out you need to reserve in advance. Tamos greeted us and asked if we were there for the 3 PM...More

Thank Lee H
Reviewed 13 July 2018 via mobile

An enjoyable evening and a great concept. Emmi was our host and along with 4 other couples we spent a well paced evening drinking 8 three quarter full glasses of wine. Emmi explained where the wines were made and their characteristics. The wines were paired...More

Thank Shayne-Patricia
Reviewed 11 July 2018 via mobile

We had a tasting with 5 different Hungarian wines with a cheese & meat platter. Everything was delicious. We had a great sommelier who shared the history and stories behind the wines (and wine making in general in Hungary). Strong recommendation!

Thank Kristiina N
Reviewed 22 June 2018 via mobile

We visited the Tasting Table this week in Budapest. We were the only two for our tasting but our guide, Angela, made that not feel weird. She was very knowledgeable about the wines but didn't bombard us with too much information (as not wine aficionados)....More

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