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Food 1. Best Restaurants in Budapest (Absolut Media Ltd.)iPhoneThis app offers the best restaurants in town – together with the Budapest Business Journal. The new app features beautiful photos, descriptions, navigation, contact data, opening hours, etc.2. NetPincér ételrendelés (Viala Kft.)iPhoneGoogle PlayIf you prefer to order food to your place, this is a great restaurant portal with the details of around 3000 restaurants. The catering establishments are grouped according to type of dishes, prices and opening hours.   City Attractions  3. Budapest Attractions (PowerSlave Developments)iPhoneCheck out the online and offline maps to find out where you are and read fascinating facts as you...

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Everyone says "hello" when they are actually saying "goodbye" Everyone is late from everywhere Men kiss each other on the cheeks Everyone loves to eat deep fried bread covered in sour cream and garlic When a formal group meets, everyone shakes hands and one by one repeats their name to everyone else Lots of food comes with LOTS of paprika 'Mild' Hungarian food really means 'spicy'. 'Spicy' Hungarian food means 'watch out!' In the Summer everyone walks in the shade of the buildings Cars don't stop on the line at traffic lights, they stop in the shade Hungarians think that sweet...

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1. When somebody is lost and he is traipsing around we would say "Kolbászol" which literally means 'Sausaging' around.2. When you say 'Cool!', We say “Zsír!” (Fat)or 3. "Tök jó" (literally: 'Pumpkin good '- but it's a shorter slang form of 'perfectly good' = "tökéletesen jó" 4. If somebody is browned off he is "Unja a banánt" which means 'Bored with the banana'.5. If somebody is angry, in Hungarian he is "Pipa" (Pipe) or he can be6. "Felpaprikázott" – (Peppered up)7. In Hungarian slang "Csőváz" means "Hi", but literally it means 'Pipe frame' (from: italian Ciao - Csá - Cső - Csőváz)8. When they are laughing...

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