If you ever have the privilege to visit Hungary, there are 2 must-do experiences.
Visit Buda Castle — it’s breathtaking.
Enjoy as much authentic Goulash as you can.
Fortunately for you, you don’t have to travel to Budapest for incredible Goulash. It’s in your backyard at Budapest Hungarian Restaurant!
At this Hungarian Goulash Wine Lunch, you’ll savour the flavours of Southeastern Europe while imbibing on 7 of our most extraordinary wines!
While you enjoy bite after bite of authentic Hungarian cuisine, you’ll enjoy glass after glass of sensational wines.
Take a tour of the rolling hills of Hungary while tempting your taste buds with its heritage of flavours. While you feast on this authentic Hungarian lunch, enjoy premium boutique wines included in the discounted price!
We will begin the lunch with a platter of cold meats and house made salads.
This includes traditional Hungarian salami, Csabai sausage, house made liver pate, cucumber salad, potato salad and other pickled dishes.
We will be serving with the delicious platter:
1. 2009 Holm Oak Pinot Noir (Tamar Valley, TAS)
2. 2007 Domaine Day One Serious Sangiovese (Mt Crawford, SA)
Traditional Balkan skinless sausages made from a spiced mince of lamb, beef, and pork. Served with a tomato sauce spiced with hot paprika and garlic.
The flavours will be seared in your memory forever, as the incredible aromas will transport you straight to Budapest.
We will be serving:
3. 2011 Tellurian Mourvedre (Heathcote, Vic)
4. 2008 Kooyonga Creek Cabernet Sauvignon (NORTH East Vic)
After just one look, just one smell, just one taste, you’ll discover why this classic dish is a worldwide favourite, and why Budapest Hungarian Restaurant serves up the best Goulash outside of Hungary.
Cooked for up to 4 hours, the beef is incredibly tender as it soaks up all the classic flavours.
The base of this age-old homemade beef stew recipe consists of beef steak in onion, tomato, capsicum, and Hungary’s finest sweet paprika accompanied by Hungarian peasant potatoes — boiled crushed potatoes tossed with sauteed onion and parsley.
5. 2010 KOOKY VILLAGE BAROSSA VALLEY SHIRAZ
6. 2009 RIVERBANK MALBEC (SWAN VALLEY, WA)
7. 2006 BARNADOWN RUN “HENRY BENNETT’S VOLUPTUARY” (Heathcote, VIC; composed of 60% shiraz, 25 % cabernet, 7.5% malbec and 7.5% merlot)
Don’t miss out on this one opportunity to experience delicious old-world style Hungarian food with today’s most sophisticated and mouthwatering wines.
Reserve your seat today for this genuine Hungarian lunch you will never forget!