Klassz Bistro (Klassz Bisztró) in Budapest: Restaurant in Andrássy út

Klassz Bistro (Klassz Bisztró) is a very good restaurant and wine bar (no beer) on the beautiful avenue, Andrássy út in Budapest, which connects the city center (Deák tér) with Heroes’ square (Millennial Monument with two fine art venues, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Hall of Art, plus the city park, further off Szechenyi Baths, etc.).

Klassz Bistro Basics:

Address: Andrássy út 41, 1061 Budapest
Phone: no reservation
Opening hours: Mon-Sat 11:30-23:00 Sun 11:30-18:00
Note: dogs are OK, no beer, yes wine
Getting here: metro (yellow line underground, Oktogon station) or trams/ streetcars: 4 or 6

Klassz Bistro in Budapest Hungarian restaurant in Andrassy avenue

The location of Klassz Bistro on Budapest Tourist Map is indicated with a knife & fork map icon in the middle (see further restaurants by clicking on the knife&fork icon):


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If wines matter to you, you can feel safe: as the Hungarian food blog, Chew.hu writes: “Klassz is linked by ownership to the Bortársaság [Wine Society], Hungary’s premier wine retailer.”

PS: ‘Klassz’ in Hungarian is an informal word for ‘good or very good!’

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