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Hungarian restaurants, in the pure sense of it, are often hidden in the cultural niches of big cities, or just outside in the suburbs where Hungarians congregate.

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However, you're bound to find a few dishes here and there, and some will be as good as your grandma used to make. Again, in Chicago, Russian Tea Time in the Loop makes a terrific csirke paprikash, but otherwise serves Americanized Russian dishes. They have a superb wine list, and has plenty to sample from.

Sometimes, Jewish, Czech and German restaurants will have a dish or two, as well as Romanian, Austrian and similarly ethnic restaurants.

Below are a combination of Hungarian cookbooks, and some of the more popular American-style cookbooks and magazines. After you've dined out, come home and make something good for your family.

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Hungarian books
The Hungarian Cookbook: The Pleasures of Hungarian Food and Wine
by Susan Derecskey, Charles G. Derecskey
Book Description
"Our appetite for this interesting cuisine, a melding of Germanic, Slavic, Tartar, and Turkish influences, has been whetted by [this] excellent new work."--New York Times


Hungarian books 500 Low-Carb Recipes: 500 Recipes from Snacks to Dessert, That the Whole Family Will Love
by Dana Carpender

Hungarian books The Good Carb Cookbook: Secrets of Eating Low on the Glycemic Index
by Sandra Woodruff
Amazon.com
One bad carbohydrate can't spoil the whole batch, but studies show that too many of the "wrong kinds" can lead to a slew of nasty health conditions, including obesity, insulin resistance, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Sandra Woodruff, author of several bestsellers (including Secrets of Fat-Free Cooking and Secrets of Cooking for a Long Life) goes far beyond the realm of breads and pastas to offer a comprehensive look at nutrition, followed by a trove of carbo-smart recipes. Healthy eating, Woodruff asserts, requires keen attention to the glycemic index (GI), "a ranking of foods based on their potential to raise blood sugar levels." By choosing foods that rank low on the GI, and balancing higher GI foods with protein, she says, individuals will achieve better overall health. While the first section reads a bit like a college text (heavy with charts, grams, and serving sizes, plus all the numbers associated with the glycemic index), Woodruff gracefully applies this knowledge to real-life scenarios. Her meal-planning and dining-out tips accommodate a wide variety of eating habits and cuisines, with ample hints for hearty eaters, snackers, sweet-tooth sufferers, and those who enjoy international fare. More than 200 recipes include options for vegetarians, meat-and-potato types, adventurous chefs, and keep-it-simple cooks, without calling attention to any such stereotype. Two minor beefs: teaspoon and tablespoon appear in their unabbreviated forms, potentially making for easy errors; also, a fancy typeface makes reading the ingredients somewhat tricky. --Liane Thomas

Hungarian books
30-Minute Meals 2
by Rachael Ray

Hungarian books Dr. Atkins' Quick and Easy New Diet Cookbook.
by Robert C. Atkins, Veronica C. Atkins
Amazon.com
"Diet food can be better, richer, and more sumptuous than most everyday foods," says Dr. Robert Atkins, author of the massive bestseller, Dr. Atkins' New Diet Revolution. Carbohydrates, in his opinion, are the root of metabolic evil and the source of hyperinsulinemia, a condition that makes it next to impossible to lose weight. Billed as a companion to his Diet Revolution book, this collection of recipes focuses on ultralow-carbohydrate dishes. His anticarb stance leads to some unconventional dietary advice: "Remember that, as a rule, the lower the fat content of a milk product, the higher its carbohydrate grams. Use cream, not skim milk; use sour cream, not yogurt."

While these recipes are certainly quick and easy to prepare and feature easy-to-find ingredients, some are very high in fat (Zabaglione, Crab and Avocado Salad, Ham and Cheese Sandwiches, Baked Eggs in Bacon Rings). While it may be true that fat is flavor and is necessary to some extent to keeping blood sugar on an even keel, these recipes won't be helpful for those who are watching their cholesterol or are on similarly restricted diets.

Hungarian books 30-Minute Meals
by Rachael Ray (Introduction), Dan Dinicola (Introduction)

Hungarian books Cooking Thin with Chef Kathleen: 200 Easy Recipes for Healthy Weight Loss
by Kathleen Daelemans
Amazon.com
Another "cooking light for weight loss" cookbook? Upon first glance such a reaction is understandable, especially if you're not familiar with chef Kathleen Daelemans, who has been in the trenches of the weight-loss war and not only quickly commands attention with her writing but excites a mind and lifestyle change. Cooking Thin with Chef Kathleen freely shares the author's own experiences and struggles with weight as a child and an adult, and explains how this trained chef went from a size 22 to a 6. Daelemans has what it takes to be an empathetic role model for those who need to make changes to their diets for physical or mental health reasons. Her advice and recipes are aimed at real people.

Her self-effacing stories are at times painful (such as babysitting the night she should have been going to the prom), but the road that led her to healthy cuisine and weight loss is almost comical (though she certainly didn't believe it to be too funny at the time). After the excitement of moving to Hawaii to launch an Italian bistro at a seaside resort, the author, then a robust 205 pounds, was deflated when she arrived to find she had been replaced and put in charge of the establishment's spa cuisine.

The 200 recipes, as expected, are a mixture of healthy ways to prepare beef, chicken, fish, and vegetables. She has even included some full-fat recipes, such as a rich Lemon and Pecan Loaf. These are accompanied with reminders that it is OK to indulge occasionally, but a trip to the gym or eating "light" during the other parts of the day are the necessary balances to achieve weight loss. Even if it is not weight loss, just a healthier approach to eating you seek, Daelemans's book will inspire and entertain. --Teresa Simanton

Hungarian books The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook
by Michael R. Eades, Mary Dan Eades, Ursula Solom
Book Description
The revolutionary cookbook that satisfies all your comfort food cravings–from the New York Times bestselling authors of Protein Power.

When you think about low-carb diets, do you picture complicated meal plans and bland foods that leave you with cravings? Do the words comfort food make you long for scrumptious delights like pancakes, ice cream, chocolate chip cookies, or fettucine alfredo–foods you thought you could never have on a low-carb diet?

If your answers to the above were yes and yes, you’re in for a huge surprise! You can have these foods and many more, thanks to The Low-Carb Comfort Food Cookbook. Drs. Michael and Mary Dan Eades and chef Ursula Solom give you unique, easy cooking tips and more than 300 yummy low-carb recipes for foods that help you keep your weight down and fulfill your cravings. In no time at all, you’ll be on an easy-to-follow low-carb plan that will allow you to stay thin and healthy–and feel great!

Southern fried chicken with pan gravy • Elegant biscuits Melt-in-your-mouth pancakes • Deluxe low-carb macaroni and cheese • Beef and mushroom crepes • Spicy corn chips Soft crust pizza • Low-carb beef stroganoff • Raisin rolls Breaded sole • Fettucine alfredo • Low-carb lasagna • Super banana bread • Low-carb tacos • Bean and cheese burritos • Best garlic bread • Eggplant parmigiana • Rich low-carb pound cake • Scrumptious low-carb cheesecake • Apple brown betty • Cheddar cheese waffles • Chocolate ice cream • Key lime pie • Sublime truffles

Hungarian books Weight Watchers New Complete Cookbook
by Weight Watchers International Inc. Staff
Amazon.com
If you're a Weight Watcher, this collection of 500 recipes in a handy loose-leaf binder could put you in the fast lane on the road to success. This cookbook is designed for Weight Watchers' 1•2•3 Success program: points are assigned to foods based on fat, fiber, and calories, and your daily point allowance is based on your current weight. So you can eat what you want, as long as you don't go over your allotted points. The better your food choices, the more you can eat before you run out of points.

Recipes are varied and cover the whole gamut: sauces; breads; soups; meat, chicken, fish, and vegetarian entrees; pasta; vegetable, grain, and potato side dishes; and, of course, desserts. The recipes are more healthful but not drastically different from foods you and your family enjoy now. Many are familiar comfort foods, such as Pizza, Oven "Fried" Chicken, Beef Stew, Tuna Noodle Casserole, Chocolate Layer Cake, and Cheesecake. Internationally inspired favorites include Dolmades (stuffed grape leaves), Orange-Flavored Fajitas, Moo Shu Chicken, Tandoori Haddock, and Senegalese Peanut Soup. The nutritional breakdown for each recipe is more complete than in most cookbooks, and includes calories, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrate, fiber, protein, calcium, and Weight Watchers' points. --Joan Price

Hungarian books
Bon Appetit [MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION]
Issues: 12 issues/12 months


Hungarian books
Cooking Light [MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION]
Issues: 11 issues/12 months
Amazon.com

Focused on "healthy living" rather than chronic dieting, Cooking Light is geared towards both the veteran cook who wants to "lighten up" and the novice determined to give up prepackaged "diet" meals. Each issue covers a different theme, from "superfast suppers" to "pretty, easy fruit pies," and includes features on food-related health trends; fast, healthy meals; and original recipes from readers. We especially like it when the editors rescue a reader's favorite, albeit fatty, recipe, giving it a healthy makeover, showing before-and-after stats on calories, fat, and cholesterol. The message is clear: you don't have to sacrifice the foods you love once you learn to "eat smart." --Daphne Durham

Hungarian books
Hungary (Culinaria)
by Aniko Gergely, Christoph Buechel, Ruprecht Stempell
This excellent cookbook not only provides recipes to all your favorites, but explains peppers, the history of various pastries and other intriguing facts about Hungarian food.

Hungarian books
The Best of Slovak Cooking (New Hippocrene Original Cookbooks)

by Sylvia Galova-Lorinc

Hungarian books
Hungarian Cookbook: Old World Recipes for New World Cooks

by Yolanda Nagy Fintor

AL — ALABAMA 
AK — ALASKA 
AR — ARKANSAS 
AZ — ARIZONA 
CA — CALIFORNIA




Hortobagy Hungarian Restaurant
11138 Ventura Blvd
Studio City, CA 91604-3133
818.980.2273

Café Marika
2011 J Street
Sacramento, CA
916.442.0405

Csardas Hungarian Restaurant
5820 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
323.962.643

Bistro E Europe (Roma/Balkan/Hungarian)
4901 Mission St. (cross st. France)
San Francisco, CA
415.469.5637

CO — COLORADO

Budapest Bistro
1585 S. Pearl St.
Denver, Colorado
303.744.2520
CT — CONNECTICUTPearl of Budapest
57 Unquowa Road
Fairfield, CT 06430
203.259.4777

Goulash Place
42 Highland Ave.
Danbury, CT 06810
203.744.1971
DC — DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
DE — DELAWARE 
FL — FLORIDA



Bohemian Schnitzelhouse
835 Vanderbilt Beach Rd.
Naples, FL 34108
239.514.4519

Budapest Restaurant
7411 US Hwy 19 S
New Port Richey, FL 34652
727.848.4437

Hungarian Village Restaurant
Daytona Beach, FL
904.226.0115

Goulash Charda
2215 N. Federal Highway
Hollywood, FL 33020
954.926.3355
e-mail

Paris to Budapest
6551 Gateway Ave
Sarasota, FL 34231
941.552.9707
GA — GEORGIA

Slovakia Restaurant
164 Roswell Street
Marietta, GA 30060
770.792.4443
HI — HAWAII 
ID — IDAHO 
IA — IOWA 
IL — ILLINOIS

Epicurean Hungarian Restaurant (reviewed)
closed
4431 W. Roosevelt Rd. (just east of Wolf Rd)
Hillside, IL 60162
708.449.1000

Danada Deli
290 W Loop Rd
Wheaton, IL 60189-2034
630.871.8787


Paprikásh Restaurant (reviewed)
closed

602 W. Northwest Highway
Arlington Heights, IL 60004
847.253.3544
Menu

Russian Tea Time
77 E Adams St.
Chicago, IL 60603
312.360.0000
Menu

Little Bucharest
3001 N Ashland Ave.
Chicago, IL 60657
773.929.8640
Menu

Operetta
5653 W. Fullerton Ave.
Chicago, IL
773.622.2613

Somenek's Pastries & Continental Cafe

7900 N. Milwaukee Ave.
Niles, IL 60714
847.965.5680

IN — INDIANA 
KS — KANSAS 
KY — KENTUCKY 
LA — LOUISIANA 
MA — MASSACHUSETTS

Anna's Kitchen
258 Willard St.
Quincy, MA 02169
617.847.4433
MD — MARYLAND 
ME — MAINE 
MI — MICHIGANHungarian Kitchen
2923 Fort St
Wyandotte,, MI 48192
734.281.9586

Hungarian Rhapsody
14315 Northline Road
Southgate, MI 48195
734.283.9622
MO — MISSOURI 
MN — MINNESOTA 
MS — MISSISSIPPI 
MT — MONTANA 
NC — NORTH CAROLINA 
ND — NORTH DAKOTA 
NE — NEBRASKA 
NH — NEW HAMPSHIRELaLa's
836 Elm St.
Manchester, NH
603.647.7100
NJ — NEW JERSEYHungarian Restaurant
214 Somerset St
New Brunswick, NJ
732.246.9393

Blue Danube Restaurant

South Trenton
538 Adeline St (Between Chestnut Ave & Elm St)
Trenton, NJ 08611
609.393.6133

Andre's Hungarian Strudels
10028 Queens Blvd
Flushing, NY 11375
718.830.0266

Aranka's Hungarian American
3185 State Route 27
Franklin Park, NJ 08823
732.297.8060

Avon Schneider's Restaurant
801 Main St
Avon By The Sea, NJ 07717
732.775.1265

Sipos's Enterprise Bakery
365 Smith St
Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
732.442.2041

NM — NEW MEXICO 
NY — NEW YORK

Benash
857 7th Ave.
New York, NY 10019
212.265.1818
Menu

Caterina's
316 E 53rd Street
New York, NY 10022
212.355.5360

Danube
30 Hudson St
New York, NY 10013
212.791.3771

Highlander Cafe
918 3rd Ave
New York, NY 10022
212.319.9103

Maxie's Delicatessen
723 7th Ave
New York, NY 10019
212.398.1118

Hungarian Pastry Shop
1030 Amsterdam Ave
New York, NY 10025
212.866.4230

Hungarian Kosher Cuisine
5009 16th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11204
718.851.0400

German Hungarian & Polish Delicatessan
677 Onderdonk Ave
Ridgewood, NY 11385
718.821.7686

German Hungarian Delicatessens

677 Onderdonk Ave
Flushing, NY 11385
718.821.7686


Mocca Hungarian Restaurant closed
1588 2nd Ave., (Between 82nd & 83rd Sts.)
New York, NY 10028
212.734.6470
Menu

Balaton Hungarian & European

317 Avenue X
Brooklyn, NY
718.375.2958

Margo's Hungarian Restaurant
Route 28
Phoenicia, NY
845.688.7102

NV — NEVADA

Goulash Pot
6135 W Sahara
Las Vegas, NV 89146-3024
702.253.7378
OH — OHIO

Amber Rose
1400 Valley St.
Dayton, OH 45404
937.228.2511

Budapest Restaurant and Cafe (closed)
13968 Cedar Road
University Heights, OH 44118
216.371.2280

Budapest Restaurant

3314 Monroe St
Toledo, OH 43605
419.241.1513

Balaton Restaurant
13133 Shaker Square
Cleveland, OH 44120
216.921.9691
Menu

Budapest Hungarian Restaurant
25124 Center Ridge Rd
Cleveland, OH 44120
440.617.0404

Evelyn's Hungarian Cafe (closed)
1948 W 25th St
Cleveland, OH 44120
216.685.5977

Helen & Kal's
36795 Detroit Rd.
Avon, OH 44011
440.934.5194

Laszlo's Iron Skillet
6900 Valley Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45244
513.561.6776

Lenhardt's Restaurant
151 W. McMillan Ave.
Cincinnati, OH 45219
513.281.3600

Monica's Caribbean & Hungarian Restaurant (no longer doing Hungarian food)
644 E. 185th St
Cleveland, OH 44120
216.481.7776

Paprika Cafe (closed)
2626 Mahoning Ave
Youngstown, OH 44509-2333
330.799.2105

Silvia's Lunch Miracles
(Inside the Colonial Marketplace Arcade)
Cleveland, OH
216.240.0964

Tony Packo's Cafe
1902 Front Street
Toledo, OH 43605
419.691.6054

Tulipan Hungarian Pastry & Coffee Shop

122 South Market St.
Wooster, OH 44691
330.264.8092

Zsuzska's Restaurant (closed)
21950 W. State Rt.51
Genoa, OH
419.855.2021

OK — OKLAHOMA 
OR — OREGONPaprika's Hungarian Restaurant
1696 Capitol St NE
Salem, OR 97303
503.370.8992

Novak's Hungarian Restaurant
2835 Santiam Hwy SE
Albany, OR
541.967.9488
PA — PENNSYLVANIA

Darlington Inn
1473 Darlington Rd.
Ligonier, PA 15658
724.238.7831

Eighth Wonder
304 Madison Heights Road
Madison, PA 15663
724.446.0550

Jozsa Corner Hungarian Restaurant
4800-4804 2d Ave.
Pittsburgh PA 15207
412.422.1886

Old Europe
1209 E Carson St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
412.488.1700

Nutt Roll Hause
501 Grandview Ave
New Castle, PA 16101
724.658.3546


Teresa’s Diner
Main St.
Hellertown, PA

PR — PUERTO RICO 
RI — RHODE ISLAND 
SC — SOUTH CAROLINA 
SD — SOUTH DAKOTA 
TN — TENNESSEEHomeland Food Cafe
232 West Tennessee Ave.
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
865.483.4818
TX — TEXAS



European Bistro
111 East Main
Pflugerville,TX 78660
512.835.1919
Menu
UT — UTAH 
VA — VIRGINIA 
VT — VERMONT 
WA — WASHINGTON

Danube Bistro
11000 NE 10th St
Bellevue, WA 98004
425.452.8722
WI — WISCONSIN 
WV — WEST VIRGINIA 
WY — WYOMING 

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