Food and drink
There’s frequently an Asian twist to the dishes at Baraka - for example, the five-spice-scented duck with Indonesian sticky rice or salmon in wasabi crust and Thai marinated beef tenderloin. The quality is superb. If you want to taste a few dishes, you can try the five-course degustation menu.
The restaurant is sophisticated and luxurious in feel, with black wood, deep purple upholstery and a signature pattern of silver leaves. The dark colours of the dining room better suit an evening meal, but there’s also an outer terrace that wraps around the front of the building for summer lunching.
It's a high-end restaurant in a high-end hotel, and you can expect high-end service.
It's in the Andrássy Hotel, not far from [node:173309] on Andrássy út.
You’ll be fine dining at Baraka, and prices are at the upper end of the range. Expect to pay around 10,000-12,000 forints for a three-course meal without wine. The five-course degustation menu is 16,000 forints (25,500 forints with wines). The weekday lunch menu is easier on the pocket, and will cost you just 5,000 forints for a full meal.
- Business travellers
- Culture vultures
- Seasoned travellers