BREAKFAST, LUNCH, SUPPER AT THE NEWLY OPENED BODROGI RESTAURANT

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Recently the pretty little family owned restaurant under the family name: Bodrogi opened its doors.

In the near past days, Mr. Gyula Bodrogi awaited and welcomed with a huge feast their invited friends, local celebrities, actors, singers, journalist, media and press representatives and businessmen from many parts of Hungary to be present at his son’s newly opened restaurant.

His opening words were:” I am more nervous  now than before getting up on stage”. He also said: “Seeing the wide range of offers, I am surely going to come everyday to taste each-and-every one of these written on the blackboard”.

Mr. Ádám Bodrogi, the owner of the restaurant did not follow nor Mr. Gyula Bodrogi, his father, neither Ms. Voith Ági, his mother’s footsteps who both are well-known actor and actress here in Hungary and abroad. On the boards of the stage they both have  had given and  still give so much pleasure hours with their unforgettable performances in theaters and film productions.

Adam’s father, Mr. Gyula Bodrogi has been recognized as the nation’s actor.

Ádám, did not fall so far from the tree after choosing to turn his dream come true and launched in the catering industry. In a way, the newly opened Bodrogi Café and Restaurant  is from now on Ádám’s stage, whereas day-by-day he has to please in tastes his “audience”, guests.

The Bodrogi cafe and restaurant is opened for the real gourmands. They offer their guests a wide range of home-made flavors cooked from their 150 year’s old family recipes. You bet, they are absolutely cooked and taste as you have lifted off your kitchen’s fire place or the oven. Furthermore, they bake on the spot their own home-baked bread.

Ádám gave a real tribute with a range of food that were not just amazing in looks and delicate scented dishes as to give a hint to the invited guests of what to expect from the local kitchen. Upon the decorative white tablecloths laid table, delicious wild garlic soup, a’la Grandma’s style stuffed cabbage, Hungarian beef stew, amazingly tasty oven cooked pasta with salty cottage cheese and bacon . If there would have had been a rating of the gold medal dish I would have gone out to the “yummy of day awarded”, the golden dumplings with the heavenly vanilla sauce.

This place surely has its relaxing atmosphere, enjoying the good food while you’re talking with your company.  Pretty neet place to spend a whole day meeting. They serve excellent tea and coffee, also can’t beat the great selection of marvelous  Hungarian wines and of course the Hungarian Pálinka could not be missing from the  list of beverages.

Now, if this herald news caught your attention, then roll over to reach your own experiences, it won’t be a disappointment I assure you!

Here you go:

Bodrogi Gourmet

Open: 7 days a week: 8 a.m. till 11.30 p.m.

XIIth Dustrict.  2. Fürj Str. Budapest

Table reservation: +36 1 784 3023

Updated and snap Aggie Reiter

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