Located inside the tourist-heavy Gozsdu Udvar, Spíler is one of the most popular restaurants within Budapest's buzzing Jewish Quarter. The massive space features three Instagrammable dining rooms that operate at capacity most evenings (also at full noise level). The menu comprises reliably made international bistro and diner fare – nachos, wings, salads, burgers — alongside traditional Hungarian classics (goulash soup, paprika sausages). Local wines and craft beers are available to pair. Mains are €15-20.

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