Bizarre Foods goes to Hungary to get a mix of the old and new when it comes to food and culture. Andrew has an outdoor feast with a family of Romani gypsies, and dines with a top chef that puts a modern twist ...Go to Episode
Gypsy Family Meal
Andrew joins a family of Romani gypsies for a homecoming celebration.
Fishing on Lake Balaton
Andrew and local fishermen catch giant fish called busas and make a fish soup with a special tool that keeps the fish from breaking apart.
Sweets at the Park
Popular food blogger Anna Peter takes Andrew to Normafa, a popular park, where people can buy snakes at small carts.
Central Market Hall
Andrew and food writer Zsofia Mautner walk through the Central Market, but she's taking him to the part where the locals come to shop.
1093 Budapest Vámház körút 1, Hungary
Andrew visits this bistro where Chef Lajos Biro is taking traditional foods and giving them a modern twist.
1073 Budapest, Erzsébet körút 43, Hungary
Cari Mama's Pizza Shop
Andrew visits Budapest's Jewish quarter, a place that feels a lot like home to him. He and local pastry shop owner Rachel Raj stop at a kosher pizza to try the pie.
Kazincy utca 2, Budapest
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