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Magalica es Tarsai: Pork Heaven in Budapest

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There are many dining options in Budapest which we enjoyed on our recent stay.

In our eternal search for artisnal pork products, we were directed by the excellent chefs at Onxy (wonderful meal, well worth a visit) to Mangalica es Tarsai

http://huspatika.hu/

An easy tram ride from Pest to the Buda side we could tell from the outside, this was the place

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Entering romoved all doubt

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Fresh pork, simply cooked on a grill, nice wine, great cheeses and, what can only be described as mangalica salami heaven.

It is well worth a visit

Final score: Rob 15, custom dogs 0

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