We are starting our tour at the great market hall of Fővám square which prides itself on being one of the biggest and most charming markets in Budapest. On the upper floor, we will taste some of the Hungaricums, such as fire bread, stuffed cabbage and Hortobágyi pancake. Here you will find a street selling all kinds of other Hungaricums such as the world famous Hungarian paprika from Kalocsa and Szeged, indispensable to Hungarian cuisine. From the market hall, we are making our way through the inner city where we are stopping at the Inner city chitterlings’ place, a dining place where we are going to indulge ourselves in freshly made Hungarian delicacies. Having taken a rest is a café nearby we are going to Saint Stephen’s Basilica where splashes will be waiting for us to round off the tour. Finally, going up the tower of the Basilica, we can take a sweeping view over Budapest. Let’s discover together Hungarian gastronomy with a twist.