Food plays an equally important role here as wine, but note that some dishes you need to order in advance. From autumn to spring the restaurant is open Thu-Sun. Wine tastings are also available. Read more.
One of the most famous restaurants in the country. The menu offers specialties and traditional dishes inspired by the cuisine of Somogy County. A degustation menu is also available for gastroholics. Read more.
Goulash is made of beef shank with pinched noodles here, because this is the authentic way. The mangalica pork cutlets & the apple pie with vanilla ice cream are the two iconic foods of this csárda. Read more.
Hungarian dishes reinterpreted with a new wave twist. Try the ramson cream soup with farm egg, it's something else. The prices are above average, but what you get in exchange is top-quality cuisine. Read more.
The cuisine is mostly traditional, but everything is prepared with a little twist. Try the pancake with sour cream & cottage cheese or the breaded zander on parsley potatoes with cold remoulade sauce. Read more.
The chefs at this Siófok-based place fry Thai noodles all year. It is much more than an Asian restaurant, it offers Mexican cheese soup and Hungarian dishes, too. The waterfront location is a bonus. Read more.
This place could easily compete for the title of oldest restaurant around Balaton, it is housed in the building of the first Balaton sailing club. Traditional Hungarian dishes and Italian favourites. Read more.
Hungarian cuisine, big portions and the quality familiar from Bock Bistro in Budapest. Lovely fish, poultry and pork dishes, along with Bock's trademark beef cheeks. 5* panorama, wine museum on site. Read more.
Open all year round. Oven-baked langalló is their specialty. Keeping up with the latest trends is as important here as serving traditional food. Try the winning dish of the 2013 Balaton Fish Festival. Read more.
The cuisine is based mainly on preparing grill food over an open fire. The menu constantly changes due to the seasonally available ingredients. Homola items constitute the core of the wine selection. Read more.
Concise menu with 3-4 different options of appetizers, soups, mains and desserts. Fresh ingredients straight from the market, artistically composed meals. They'll soon open a delicatessen next door. Read more.
Located by Keszthely's imposing Festetics Palace, the bistro serves great burgers, tasty a la carte dishes, and more. Don’t be surprised if dinner turns into a dance party on Fridays and Saturdays. Read more.
The daily offer can change in a few hours! Daring and harmonious flavors from the countryside. Try the cream of sorrel soup or noodles with squash, onion and sheep cheese, but every dish is killer. Read more.
Try the wine cream soup and the BL burger with home-made bun and pickles. Their lunch menu for 1,350 HUF is a great deal. There are music and children's activities on Friday and Saturday evenings. Read more.
A friendly & cozy place with a short menu based on seasonal ingredients. Great Hungarian wines are served here. Try the veal sweetbreads or the quiche with St. George’s mushrooms and goat cheese. Read more.
Permanently available options and a daily changing selection, everything prepared in the open-view kitchen. Don't pass up the chance to sample the reinterpreted version of Jókai bean soup. Read more.
A family operated biofarm, a winery and grape juice factory in one, offering wine tastings, lunch, dinner and accommodation for 10 guests at a time. Their wines are sold at several Budapest locations. Read more.
The Rádpuszta Csárda is one of the top players of its genre in the Balaton area. There is a petting zoo for the kids. Great wine selection paired with the obligatory csárda accessories. Read more.
Hubertus is not a classic lakeside restaurant: it is more a reflection of the Somogy Hills behind the south shore, as it specializes in games dishes. The hotel and the eatery are open all year round. Read more.
One of the best Veszprém eateries. Varied menu with a focus on Italian cuisine. The wine list features the products of acclaimed Hungarian winemakers. Degustation menu and á la carte. Read more.
Veszprém hospitality with a hint of the Mediterranean. Take the time to read the little plaque explaining the building's history. Don't miss out on the homemade sausages prepared by the chef himself. Read more.