For a truly, deeply local experience, make your way to this bare-bones food stall inside the Rákóczi Market Hall in Budapest's District 8. Hiding in the back of the building is JóKrisz Lángos Sütöde, a mom-and-pop, standing-only eatery that specializes in lángos, a traditional, deep-fried Hungarian flatbread. I usually visit Jókrisz early in the mornings when the colorful cast of characters flock here from the mainly working-class neighborhood.
The lángos is exactly as it should be: crispy, golden brown on the outside, and beautifully doughy and chewy inside. If unsure, get the classic version with sour cream and grated cheese toppings (€1.2). The scrambled eggs with crisped-up sausages are also good—specify how you want your eggs done, then pair them with a thick slice of bread. JóKrisz also makes palacsinta (Hungarian crepes); I especially like the ones with jam, cinnamon sugar, and Nutella fillings (€1). Prices are rock bottom: the equivalent of €4 will buy you a full breakfast.