Pampas Argentine Steakhouse Restaurant in Budapest is a paradise for beef meat lovers: the meat is freshly imported from Argentina where the Angus cattle herds are raised on expansive pastures, according to Budapest Times. As Fodor’s travel guide writes: “You’ll be spoiled for choice at this dedicated steak house specializing in imported Argentine beef. Cuts difficult to find in Hungary like rib-eye and New York strip are aged and lovingly grilled in this sophisticated restaurant in central Pest. … The mostly Hungarian wine list is affordable and suited to juicy beef dinners.” Well, wines are also from Chile, Argentina and France – at reasonable prices. Steaks come in 200g, 320g and 480g portions.
Address: Vámház körút 6. 1056 Budapest (right next to the Central Market Hall in Budapest)
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 12pm – 2am
- metro (blue line) Kálvin tér station
- tram/ streetcar: number 2 or 2A or 47 and 49
See the location of Pampas Argentine Steakhouse Restaurant on the Budapest Tourist Map (check the knife and fork map icon in the middle, and click on the icons to learn more about the neighboring places of interest or click on the View Larger Map blue link under the map). Notice that Pampas Argentine Steak House is very close to the Central Market Hall (Vasarcsarnok), Vaci utca shopping street, the Liberty Bridge and Hotel Gellert with the Gellert Baths.
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