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ABOUT THE RESTAURANT

The Párisi Passage Café & Brasserie is located in the stunningly award-winning, magical building of the Párisi Udvar Hotel. The enchanting environment, reminiscent of the last century,  immediately captivates everyone. The restaurant soon became a favorite place of the local public and is characterized by an endless, lively life. Recommended for those for whom high, uncompromising quality is as important as an effortless, relaxed dining experience.

 


The head chef of the Parisi Passage - Lajos Lutz, a member of the Hungarian Bocuse d'Or Academy - has created something extraordinary. Our menu is an exciting fusion of traditional Hungarian, French and international cuisine. Quality and, wherever possible, the use of local seasonal ingredients are key to our operation. Our dishes are accompanied by a wide and varied drinks menu and an impressive champagne selection.

OPENING HOURS AND ADDRESS

Opening hours: every day from 07:00 to 23:00.

  • Breakfast: 07:00 - 10:30

  • À la carte 12:00 - 22:30

  • Bistro Menu: 12:00 - 17:00

  • Café: 08:00 - 17:00

Address: 1053 Budapest, Ferenciek tere 10. - Párisi Udvar Hotel Budapest

RESERVATION

Conveniently and quickly online - click here - or by e-mail or phone.

+36 70 702 4088

PARKING

Book a table for lunch or dinner and we'll take care of parking your car free of charge! Our experienced staff will drive your car to a secure, guarded car park.

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CUSTUMER REVIEWS

"Lajos Lutz continues his career as Executive Chef at the Párisi Udvar Hotel, where he is no stranger to foreign guests and has a well-known flair for classic Hungarian cuisine and flavours."

DINING GUIDE
 
LAJOS LUTZ, OUR CHEF

 

The head chef of our restaurant - Lajos Lutz - joined our team in July 2020, and in the 2 years since then, we can safely say that his name has become intertwined with Parisi Passage.
A member of the Hungarian Bocuse d'Or Academy, he also boasts an impressive professional background: he gained some of his initial experience at the former Mágnáskert in the early 90s, and then spent nearly 10 years at the legendary Gundel restaurant under the guidance of Kálmán Kalla.  Later he was responsible for the menus and flavours of several well-known downtown restaurants as creative chef and spent half a year in Japan.

 


Lajos Lutz is an expert in old Hungarian cuisine and home-style flavours, reimagining and combining these dishes with the best of French and international cuisine. The result comes in the form of dazzling plates, where each bite is a perfect harmony of flavours and textures.

 
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