The restaurant is situated on one of the central streets. Looks very elegant. And really it’s very clean. The food is eatable, but italian cuisine is hard to spoil. And the menu mostly consists of pasta. The portions are very small, the staff is not friendly.
Address: Belvaros Fo utcaAdd to your Trip Planner
This is not the nicest place inside but it has an outside terrace which is walled in and is ideal when its warm. The food is the usual mixture of Hungarian & International dishes. Good selection of different beers & spirits. There is a TV which came in handy when the World Cup was on.
Favorite Dish: The Fillet Steak was a personal favourite of mine here along with their good selection of sandwiches.
Address: Vorosmarty Ter
Directions: 200m down from the bus station.Add to your Trip Planner
Isolabella - perhaps the best one in the downtown (Hungarian, Mexican, Greek and Italian cuisine), reasonable prices (Kossuth u. 14.);
Kiskulacs - you can enjoy an archaic atmosphere, delicious meals (Budai u.);
Szárcsa - an absolutely MUST! Atmosphere of the turn of the century, tasty meals, a large grill garden...(Szárcsa u. 1.);
Dodge City Saloon - a nice pub with Mexican cuisine and beers (Piac tér 1.);
Restaurant Duett - expensive but first-class (Ányos Pál u. 3.);
Marxim Pizzéria - real socialist atmosphere...
(Megyeház köz 15.)
Nice italian lowprice restaurant. For western means it should be a 'bit dark and dirty, but belive me, it's really worth to go there. For 4 Eu you get a huge pizza and soft-drink and for 0,50 Eu you yould listen to the whole Pink Floyd Dark Side Of the Moon album from the CD changer... Wurlitzer, do you use this word?
Favorite Dish: Pizzaaa
Directions: Alright, I agree, the location is not fully correct. ;) I'll try to get the right address.Add to your Trip Planner
Kiskakas Restorante ( Gellért újsor ) - 'middle prices...' It's the best.
Horizont Étterem (Nefelejcs street 50) - It's cheap and self-service.
Randevú Restaurant ( Királysor 13. ) - expensive , pizza, salad, other meals
Ösfehérvár Restaurant (Táncsics street 1) - It's in the town center. It's expensive. Hungarian dishes.
Gyros G - snack-bar (Várkörút 56) - Here You can eat the best gyros in the town.
I have several favourite rstaurants in Székesfehérvár, but that's not the point. You want to visit only the best ones, and if it possible with the lowest prices. As a matter of fact Hungary is very cheap compared to other western European states, so the price question is not that relevant, and there is not much difference between them anyway. But if You want to eat good food (not only Hungarian) i recommend You to try the 'Duett étterem' behind the county court's building, or the 'Vén Diófa Vendéglõ' on the Berényi street. They are very nice considering both quality and service. If You want to taste the 'ancient' Hungarian Gulyás soup and eat some 'Pörkölt' You can do it there, but the best place for that is the so-called 'Csárda'. Unfortunately, they cannot be found in Székesfehérvár (as far as I know), but there are several on the way to the lake Balaton, if You take road '70'.
I think relaxing music, nice dressing and environment is very important, and it is even better when it comes with smiling waitors and waitresses.
Favorite Dish: I liked everything I ordered in these restaurants. They give You enough to eat, and serve lots of different sauces for the different meals. They change their specialies every day.
Directions: DUETT ÉTTEREMAdd to your Trip Planner
Ányos P. utca 3.