Eggi is a tiny takeout sandwich shop in Budapest’s Jewish Quarter (District 7). All sandwiches are egg-based, layered richly and decorously with fillings, and enveloped by a pair of crispy toasted bread. Most importantly, deeply delicious is what they are. Some fillings are inspired by Korean food (the owners are Korean), such as the gochujang-slicked bulgogi sandwich. A vegetarian option is also available. Price points are reasonable.

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