Hungary’s team led by Bence Dalnoki, the sous chef of Budapest’s Michelin-starred Stand Restaurant, came in third at the Bocuse d’Or 2023 international gastronomy contest final in Lyon.
The Hungarian team made up of chef Bence Dalnoki and commis Patrik Nyikos won a bronze medal at the world finals of the Bocuse d’Or cooking competition, the results of which were announced on the second day of the event, Monday evening, in Lyon, France. The winner of this year’s final is Denmark.
It is no longer the fried sausage (currywurst) served with spicy tomato sauce, but the Turkish-developed meat sandwich, the döner, that is Germans’ favorite fast food, a survey presented on Wednesday showed.
According to 2021 statistics, Hungarians munch on roughly 3,500 szaloncukor a year throughout the festive season. But what is this sweet treat exactly that most foreigners have never heard of? Learn about the story of the nation’s beloved Christmas candy, szaloncukor.
Have you ever wondered about the origin of this legendary Hungarian red wine while sipping on a glass of Egri Bikavér? Apart from its exceptional characteristics, this national treasure also boasts an illustrious past. If you happen to be one of those wine history buffs, read on to learn about the fascinating story of Egri […]
The government provides HUF 3 billion annually for the implementation of the national wine marketing strategy, the government commissioner responsible for national wine marketing announced on Saturday at the Vince gala in Budapest.
Due to Listeria monocytogenes contamination, the French manufacturer recalled the 3-kilogram package of Brie Maubert 33% cheese with an expiration date of 11/30/2022, which was also sold in Hungary, the National Food Chain Safety Office announced on Wednesday.
The product can cause allergic reactions in gluten-sensitive consumers, so its consumption should be avoided in their case.
French restaurant guide Michelin has published its first country-wide selection for Hungary which features restaurants outside Budapest for the first time.
The Michelin Guide will announce its extended list of restaurants selected from across Hungary on Nov. 3, the Hungarian Tourism Agency (MTÜ) said on Monday.