Meet your guide at 1pm at a historical food market in central Budapest for a 4.5-hour culinary experience. This small-group tour allows for more hands-on experience and personalized attention. Shop for typical Hungarian ingredients in the local market before heading to the boutique cooking school for your cooking class.
Sip palinka, a Hungarian fruit brandy, as well as local wines. If you prefer a non-alcoholic drink, try homemade elderberry syrup.
Learn to cook a four-course meal, including a starter, a soup, a main course, and dessert. As you prepare the food, trace the roots of Hungarian cuisine through different regions hear stories about Hungarian history, social life, and traditions. Let your guide advise you on where to dine during your stay in Budapest to experience the culinary diversity of Hungary.
At the end of your lesson, savor your full-course meal accompanied by Hungarian wine.