New Food Outlets at the Gobuda Mall
Real estate developer Wing announced the arrival of new food outlets in Gobuda Mall, a shopping center in Budapest that opened this spring, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.
The mall in Óbuda became home to the first Stühmer Chocolate shop in Budapest. The confectionery offers an exciting selection of over 30 types of cakes, each with a different combination of flavors, as well as specialty ice creams. The mall also boasts a Szamos Confectionery, which follows time-honored Szamos traditions, offering cakes and ice cream made using quality ingredients. The outlet in the mall is the first Szamos store to open in Óbuda.
The Fishmonger seafood restaurant and shop, which is on the mall's ground floor, offers gourmets a selection of special fish and seafood from all over the world. Meanwhile, those looking to buy a quality cut of steak can find one at the recently opened Hússzabóság. The shop offers only premium products, which come from local producers as well as suppliers from around the world.
The Belfrit fast food restaurant is set to open this month, offering fresh Belgian fries and traditional burgers. In addition, on the mezzanine level, Café Frei will offer caffeine lovers a place to sit down at for a conversation.
In addition, the revamped Interspar, which opened at the same time as the shopping center itself, provides home cooks with a selection of quality ingredients. The mall also hosts Radovin Wine Shop offering a wide selection of wines, and The Box Donut, which sells unusually shaped donuts in a wide variety of flavors. OXO Bubble Tea is another new outlet at the shopping centre, with a range of fresh and energizing flavored fruit teas and milky teas.
The Belgian Bakery opened in the spring, adding another food outlet to the mall’s already broad offering. It sells freshly baked, quality products, gourmet specialties, and a selection of sandwiches.
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