Erzsébet Square (Erzsébet Tér) is one of the most important squares in Budapest due to its juxtaposition between the Danube, St Stephen’s Basilica, Vaci utca and a number of recommended restaurants in Budapest.
It is regularly the home to some of the most popular events in Budapest as well as the nightly destination for hundreds of Hungarians when the weather in Budapest is at its sunny best throughout the spring, summer and autumn.
As a result of the square’s location, and it being one of the largest green space in central Budapest, you will be able to find some of the best Budapest restaurants, bars, clubs and hotels nearby. Today we will be recommending restaurants to refuel at following a trip sightseeing in Budapest…
Recommended Restaurants Near Erzsébet Square
Below you will find five of our favourite restaurants near to Erzsébet Square. These Budapest Restaurants all offer excellent food and first class service and come highly recommended.
If you are looking for one of the most prestigious and celebrated restaurants in Budapest then you will certainly be looking for Nobu. Cousin of the well known celebrity haunt in London, Nobu Budapest has an unparalleled selection of pan-asian delights to tempt you. From Soft-shell crab tempura with miso soup to Wagyu beef cooked to the exact temperature of your liking you will be overawed with whatever you order.
For the truly adventurous try the Chef’s tasting menu which comes highly recommended from us.
One of the best Italian restaurants in Budapest Tom George Italiano Restaurant (TG Italiano Étterem) serves an eclectic menu of Italian favourites all made with fresh ingredients.
Whether you are looking for a reasonably priced pizza, fresh seafood imaginative vegetarian food or some of the best steaks in Budapest you won’t be disappointed.
Located close to St Stephen’s Basilica and the financial district of Budapest Knrdy boasts a clean industrial service and some of the best steaks available at any restaurant in Budapest. KNRDY also features a small delicatessen selling Hungarian produced Mangalica hams and Italian pasta.
If you are looking for a great steak you will find what you are looking for at LaciPecsenye. With smart yet relaxed atmosphere and a beautiful terrace which looks out on St Stephen’s Basilica it is a favourite with both Hungarians and tourists.
For more information about things to do in Budapest and of course more recommendations for the best restaurants in Budapest to visit when you are in the city see our regularly updated Budapest Guide.