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Chinese tradition of duck roasting draws back to the age of Southern and Northern Dynasties. In the 20th century Peking Duck became a trademark delicacy that was favored by many political leaders during their visits. It has been served in the Rikshaw for 5 years for the delight of our guests. Marinated for 2 days in Chinese traditional spices, baked for 1,5 hours hanging in the oven, sliced thinly, served with Chinese pancakes, homemade plum sauce, spicy roasted cashew nuts and vegetable julienne.
TASTE IT AT RICKSHAW!
Rickshaw Restaurant can not be left out of Hungary’s most prestigious and diverse gastro event, Gourmet Festival!
See you in Millenáris Park, between the 21st and the 24th of May!
Just a couple of months ago we started our new program,
the Royal Wine Experience Dinner Series. Featuring
well-known vintners, rare vintages hosted by the best
winemakers of Hungary. The Royal Wine Experience
Dinner series will pair some of their finest selections with
exquisite cuisine from Executive Chef Peter Bolyki. It is a
unique addition to the series, a special Guest scheduled
featuring breathtaking fragrances. Zsolt Zólyomi is
most probably known as the Only Hungarian Nose.
At each event, guests will have the opportunity
to mingle with and learn from a guest speaker
knowledgeable about the featured label.
These popular evenings will begin with a reception followed by a sit-down dinner.
Price: 9900 HUF / person
TABLE RESERVATION: email@example.com or +36 1 479 4850 phone number
UNWRAP YOUR OWN EASTER SURPRISE.
Spend the Easter holiday in luxurious surroundings and pamper your body and soul at the ‘egg-cellent’ Corinthia Hotel Budapest. Our exciting weekend package gives you and your partner 2 nights in a Superior room with special Easter surprise including authentic Hungarian palinka and cold plate. Buffet breakfast included, with unlimited access to the services of the Royal Spa plus admission to our fabulous themed Easter Brunch on Sunday. You won’t want to hop out of the hotel for a moment!
EASTER IN BUDAPEST > Egg painting is one of the oldest Easter traditions. The technique has been refined over the centuries and each region has developed its own unique and distinctive designs. Egg decoration became a form of art and it is still part of Easter celebrations today. Traditional Easter meals include boiled smoked ham, horseradish, boiled eggs, potato salad and Easter bread. On Easter Sunday the Easter bunny brings presents for kids, which they have to find during an Easter egg hunt. Traditionally, on Easter Monday, the boys visited the girls, recited a poem and doused them with buckets of water. In exchange for the dousing, the girls rewarded their visitors with Easter eggs, chocolate treats and a shot of pálinka fruit brandy. Easter in Buda Castle (Budavári Húsvéti Sokadalom) is a two-day celebration that brings alive old folk customs surrounding Easter. This event is all about traditions, art, culture and gastronomy. Easter in Buda Castle features a handicraft and gastro fair, live folk music, dance performances and plenty of programs for kids. Visitors can sample traditional Easter dishes, learn Easter egg painting techniques, participate in traditional games that are a lot of fun and much more.