Special Valentine's Day Offer at Matild Palace

Food

Both Spago by Wolfgang Puck Budapest and cocktail bar The Duchess at Matild Palace are preparing for Valentine's Day 2024 with special offers.

Spago Budapest awaits couples all year round, but on February 14, it's all about romance, when executive chef István Szántó and his team will be serving up a special gastronomic experience. The six-course menu has been created to awaken the passion and affection in guests for each other and the adventure is enhanced with special champagnes and cocktails.

Appetizers include extravagant dishes such as baked pepper salsa in a crispy cone, lobster carpaccio, roasted duck liver or marinated, roasted quail with poached egg. The main course is veal tenderloin served with crispy brisket, bresaola, creamy black salsify and wild mushrooms. The dessert further enhances the delights, with blackberry sorbet and passion fruit - yoghurt served with cassia cinnamon granola in a special "fragile heart".

Couples can round off the evening at a rooftop bar with a great view of Budapest. The Duchess's secret liquor library will also have a special treat for the evening, as visitors will be able to choose from the Amore and Giostra cocktails, specially created for the occasion, which carry the essence of eternity.

More details about the Valentine's Day program at Matild Palace can be found on the website of Spago Budapest and The Duchess.

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