Nora from Budapest :
"I am coming from the Hungarian paprika and salami region of Szeged, Hungary, where I grew up in a cooking obsessed family. I have learned how to cook at an early age. Food was (and still is) an important topic among us. I have spent some time living in the USA and Argentina, where I loved to introduce the Hungarian cuisine to my foreign friends. Over the past 15 years I have immersed myself in several topics about Budapest: art, architecture, design, gastronomy, and really enjoy showing people the constantly changing faces of the city.
My spare time is full of cooking for family and friends, shopping markets, trying the culinary delights of Budapest and other countries I am visiting, and learning about food!
Being a passionate traveler and a culinary enthusiast I would be happy to share my love for food and discoveries with you.
During my 4-4,5-hours tour, I would like to introduce you the drinking and eating habits of the Hungarian people, show you why the Hungarian cuisine is one of a kind. I am going to provide some insights into the latest food trends, and shops of Budapest, as well as tasting some traditional drinks and food.
On the walk: You will taste some delicious Hungarian food and drink products, at the Great Market Hall and independent locally owned venues (6-7 of them), all recommended by locals. You will experience Budapest from a different view. You will be introduced to the history of the Hungarian cuisine.
You will have all alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, food, our suggestions on hot spots, and a surprise sweet treat included in the price."