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Maria Kalymnou

  • Hi Brian! That was my number 11 🙂

  • I will definitely need this article before I travel to Africa! Great post Hilary :))

  • I really liked these posts. Traveling to uncommon places is very important!

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    • Hi, I'm sorry but this statement is messed up, to say at least"the truth is that the culinary character is missing from the city" You say you from Thessaloniki Greece,-maybe that's why you left- you have 0 Zero Michelin star restaurants. No culinary establishment made it even to the guide in your city, yet you bashing my food? I know a lot of chefs in this city who are working hard to destroy that preconceived notion that Hungarian food is only "classic goulash soup and various other dishes based on pepper"(that's again shows your lack of food knowledge that they not only based on peppers. I hope you meant paprika which is made out of peppers.We use a lot of paprika so what? Like greeks dont use olive oil? Or does the french not use butter? ) . So you recommending a sushi place says more about you rather then about our food. I highly recommend you pay a visit to MAK bistro or Borkonyha these two just out of the top of my mind. You also say that's easier to find foreign food then Hungarian. Let me enlighten you when it comes to food diversity is great. Look at New York one of the biggest food cities of the world what you think they serve? Dirty water hot dogs and pizza? I don't care if you'd like to be "ignorant" and eat sushi but please don't bash Hungarian food. It came a long way but its on the right track. And yes its heavy we know it, its hard to interpret into fine dining as a matter of fact its home cooking. The fact that we have fine dining shows that we are not "missing culinary character" You missing basic food/culnary knowledge. Dont tell me that the over 2000 restaurants on tripadvisor are missing it. You went to the wrong place- if you- you didn't like it, it happens based on this saying the we lack of culinary character is well not smart. One last thing I was talking about fine dining the reason for it since the amount it cost to eat sushi here you could've gone to a Michelin restaurants. If you think its a lot of money still you can find great hungarian food for a good price. So before you write anything – especially negative- about anything make sure you get your fact straight. Thanks

    • Hi Brian! That was my number 11 🙂

    • Visit the ruin pubs.

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