János Mizsei, the Chef of MÁK Bistro, the Innovative Kitchen of 2017 by Dining Guide
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Address: 1014 Budapest, Országház u. 2.
In 2014, the long-standing Restaurant Alabárdos celebrated the 50th anniversary of its opening in 1964, this was a perfect occasion for making the interior become as compliant for the expectations of the modern age in every detail as their cuisine is already.
Following a complete refurbishment Alabárdos has re-opened with brand new furniture and fresh & exciting interior design, in the same time maintaining all the values of the medieval building. Working exclusively with ingredients from Hungary and preparing dishes based on high-class recipes of the last century, the restaurant has re-written the meaning of the modern Hungarian cuisine.
Briefly we serve traditional Hungarian courses in Alabárdos, in a revised form… But let’s just think about it, what do we call an original Hungarian meal? Most of the „traditional” Hungarian courses came from the nations living between the ever-changing borders and in neighboring areas of our country. Here in Alabárdos the meals of last century’s civil kitchen are served to our guests.
These courses originate from the period before paprika appeared, characterized by saffron, ginger, and pepper flavors. Those who are walking in Országház Street in the daytime and peek into the restaurant, might associate to, due to the character of the restaurant and garden, archaic, heavy feasts, but the meals arriving to the elegant tables are a mix of tradition and creativity.
Our courses are modern, with light texture, worked out details and special harmonic taste. Alabárdos is a workshop and gourmet restaurant at the same time, the kitchen is a dialogue with the guest.
The materials used, mostly come from domestic producers and are processed by advanced kitchen technologies, so that not only the taste but also the valuable nutrients remain.