Located in Budapest's Jewish Quarter, Strudel Hugó is a small strudel shop (its moniker pays respect to modernist Hungarian painter, Hugó Scheiber, who lived in the building). Fillings include cottage cheese (túró), chestnut-raspberry, cherry, cherry-chocolate and many more. The strudels run a few euros apiece and two of them make for a satisfying dessert. Note that there are only a few seats inside, but you can take your order to go, as most people do. Closed on the weekends!

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