After meeting your guide-chef at a location in Budapest, your private tour starts with a visit to one of the city's traditional markets. Browse the fresh ingredients, which you'll use in your cooking class.
Your guide—a food lover born and raised in Hungary—then takes you to a flat in the Buda side of the city, where your lesson in Hungarian homemade food takes place. Working together with her, you'll make four courses: a starter, goulash (soup/stew), chicken paprikash, and poppy seed bread pudding. Plus, enjoy wine and palinka (fruit brandy) to complete your meal. If you prefer a nonalcoholic drink, you can try your guide's homemade elderberry syrup.
This experience can be customized if there's something special you want to cook; let your guide know, and she can try to alter the menu.