Kalocsa (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈkɒlot͡ʃɒ]; Croatian: Kaloča or Kalača; Serbian: Kaloča or Калоча; German: Kollotschau) is a town in Bács-Kiskun county, Hungary. It lies 142 km (88 mi) south of Budapest. It is situated in a marshy but highly productive district, near the left bank of the Danube River. Historically it had greater political and economic importance than at present.
Restaurants in Kalocsa
4 based on 5 reviews
While Vincenzo was the owner and chef it was a great place but not anymore and I'm not even sure it's open anymore. But heard bad things of the new management.
4 based on 18 reviews
The Blue Danube Restaurant / restaurant serving family business since 1987th<br><br>The restaurant at 5 km from Kalocsa, right next to the Danube river and the Kalocsa Kalocsa -Gerjen international ferry port boat station, next to the newly opened route EuroVelo 6 bike. <br>Our restaurant can accommodate 260 people. Event Tent setting up this number can be up to 400 guests. <br>Food offer both traditional Hungarian dishes (goulash soup, beef stew) and fish (fish soup, fried bream, almond catfish, catfish stew) are available. <br>We undertake a variety organize events (weddings, wedding, conference, sales presentation, corporate meetings, family events, birthday party), both domestic and foreign guests high quality <br>service. <br>Various programs, kalocsai dance groups folkloric presentation of gypsy band lecture, cooking competitions we host. <br>Our restaurant has a Terrace with superb views of the Danube. The restaurant is wheelchair-accessible handicapped guests' needs are fully serviced. We thought of the little ones too: changing table, nursing a suitable space was opened. The more <br>children playground, toys are welcome. The coastline along the Danube restaurant serves excellent place to stroll for Water Tour Makers. <br>Make us put to the test<br><br>We invite you to the Blue Danube!<br><br>Traveler's checks, nice card, ELIZABETH vouchers, meal vouchers acceptance!
This expansive property is quite near (a very short walk) to the docking loction for the river cruise ships and, as such, is a major venue for all things Hungarian. Our Vantage tour hosted a morning's worth of activities and treats at this restaurant and event facility. The setting was semi-rural, with a true country feel.
The food was super! The service was exceptional, and the interior had all the bells and whistles to remind one they are in Hungary.
The entertainment (which was us tourists!) was such fun, and the locals were so helpful in all the events they made available and in which they provided instruction. Making the paprika and onion bread was a highlight (for me) but others involved themselves in egg painting, weaving, and many outdoor festivities.
It was a relaxing mid-morning stop and provided so many opportunities to create memories.
4 based on 5 reviews
Comida típica precios económicos y muy buena calidad. Volveremos seguro. Se puede sentar en el jardín. Servicio muy amable y profesional.
5 based on 4 reviews
A Pilvax Hotel partner éttermeként ajánlották, végül annyira elégedettek voltunk, hogy háromszor is itt ettünk a hétvége során. Figyelmes kiszolgálás, fínom főételek, vékony tésztás pizzák, és egészen felejthetetlen desszertek!
4 based on 4 reviews
Finally got to Kalocsa where they make the famous Kalocsa Paprika. Beautiful place, beautiful church, and one of Hungary's oldest cities. Church built by Istvan a Kiraly (Stephen the King). The old city boasts baroque style buildings which are kept in very good condition.
We decided to have dinner at the Asztrik Panzio/Hotel and really enjoyed the Kalocsa style fish soup, which we had to wait some time for as it was made fresh, however, we were dissapointed in the main meal, the Asztrik special for two people. Meat was cold, and we felt that the platter had been sitting for some time before being served to us. Probably due to the fish soup taking so long....
3.5 based on 3 reviews
The restaurant is housed in a typical Hungarian regional building, as you will find in many small towns in the puszta, the large, flat prairie located on the Southeastern side of the country. The place is rustic, yet attractive and clean. The menu, not surprisingly, emphasizes typical plates from the region, including soups, stews, grilled and fried fish and meats (including game) as well as locally sourced vegetable and fruits. Sweet and hot paprika are highlighted in most savory dishes. desserts are generous in size and different from what you wouold find in Western Europe. There is a daily menu, which changes seasonally. Beer and wine are also available. Prices are quite reasonable.
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