thaiFinding good Thai food in Budapest is a challenge and if you have been to Thailand, you will think it is impossible. There are a few places that will pass the muster, but less that serve a hearty portion, is reasonably authentic, and within an equitable price range. Kis Parázs (Little Ember) fits all three of these criteria. Most dinners range from 1,100 to 1,500 HUF and the portions are generous. I have eaten here more than once, but each time the food has not been hot when it arrives from the kitchen to the table, which is a mystery since it’s less than a stone’s throw away. However, it is delicious, meets my desire for Thai and you cannot beat the price, so I deal with it. If you are looking for atmosphere, forget it. There are Thailand pictures on the wall, but the place is small and basically a plain step-sister. I have never been to the other larger restaurant, so cannot comment on it. If you go, let us know.

Parázs Presszó
VI.Jókai Street 8
30-371-5035
Website: http://www.parazspresszo.com Hungarian only

Kis Parázs 2.0
Address: VII. Kiraly u. 53
Telephone: 30-716-9919
Website: http://www.parazspresszo.com Hungarian only

Kis Parázs (Little Ember)
Address: VII. Kazinczy u. 7 closest to Dohány u.
Telephone: 30-733-7760
Hours: Monday to Saturday 11am to 10pm
Website: http://www.parazspresszo.com Hungarian only

Kaeng Som Tom Yum
Address: VI. Andrássy Street 2
Website: http://www.kaengsomtomyum.hu/en/index.html

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