Description:Located next to the famous Synagogue and the Hungarian National Museum, the hostel's position is also within easy reach of the River Danube and the main attractions of Budapest. Also close to Kosher restaurant.... [more]
Restaurant type: Meat Hechsher from: Rabbi Wesberger, Budapest Orthodox community Kashrut level: Glatt Mashgiah: Tmidi
Number of seats: N/A
Salamon kosher restaurant in Budapest serves traditional Jewish Hungarian food. This kosher restaurant is located just by the Kings hotel in Budapest Jewish quarter. Kings hotel is not kosher anymore, but if you book a room there, you can have all your meals at Salamon kosher restaurant, including breakfast.
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