Little back-alley place on the Buda side just to the side of the Chain Bridge. Good selection of the typical belgians, decent snacks. Outdoor seating gets you a view of the alley and a little traffic, didn’t go inside. All in all, good beers and a nice respite after going up to the palace.
Wednesday afternoon stop with the family in tow. The place was very accommodating to children, which is important to some of us. They have an outdoor patio, but it was way to hot for that when we arrived. Inside you go down some stairs to the main level and more stairs to the seating level. There is a bit of an old musty smell to the place, but other wise the ambiance is cool enough; very beer oriented with lots of posters, bottles, glasses and other memorabilia around. Service was good; a bit slow but certainly friendly enough. Food was really quite good overall. Not sure why the low ratings. Beer selection, as noted, is 100% Belgian (a few non-Belgian trappists notwithstanding), so you don’t get much local flavor there, but it was good nonetheless, and included four beers brewed just for this place. All in all it was a good experience. I would not have made this my first stop on a beer tour, but it was an excellent compromise with the family in tow. We all left happy.
Nicely decorated Belgian bar which had a bit touristy feel to it. If you’re interested in Belgian beers beer list is decent, with standard widely available classics and few brews not be seen in your average Belgian beer bar/shop (at least not where I come from). Bars like this were oases back in the days before craft beer revolution, but nowadays they are not so interesting, at least not for me.
A good selection of Belgian beers. Sat outside and had some beer together with their food. Beer list isn’t very updated, be prepared that some beers will be sold out. Quite expensive compared to places with mainly Hungarian beers.
Restaurant decorated in Belgium way. Stained glass with Pater Marcus logo and name on them. Stone walls, on which you can see Belgium beer bottles and beer posters. Food is mostly Hungarian, but beer is pretty much all Belgium. You can find their crafted beers on tap and famous Belgium bottled ones. Nice place to lunch.
Belgian themed bar on the touristly Pest side of town. Good selection of belgian beers, about 10 on tap and a large number of bottles. Nothing out of the ordinary tho. Prices a little high for Budapest, but alot cheaper than Denmark. Nice service. Didnt eat but food looked nice.
Great Belgian selection, also affiliated with bottle shop and another nearby bar, Brasserie Henri. The food was great, we had the mushrooms, goulash and cream trout appetizers, all were fantastic, We had several great beer selections, they have 10 drafts and 100+ bottles to choose from, all Belgians.