Tablefree Éttermi Napok offer exclusive menus at top Budapest restaurants

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Diners who enjoy discovering new restaurants in Budapest will want to take advantage of TableFree Éttermi Napok, which will run from March 6 until March 12. The event features more than 50 of Budapest’s top restaurants coming together to offer special three-course menus that are only available to users of the TableFree service.

The TableFree Éttermi Napok promotion is one example of the dining opportunities that are only available to TableFree users. Diners can visit the TableFree web site to see the menus being offered during the TableFree Éttermi Napok. They must reserve their tables through TableFree in order to take advantage of the special menus. Restaurants can offer their menus for either 3.000HUF or 5.000HUF.

Restaurants participating in the TableFree Éttermi Napok event include some of the best known places in the city, like Nobu, Olimpia, Peppers, Trattoria Toscana, M Restaurant, Baraka, Chagall, Kaltenberg, Riso, Oleo Pazzo, along with several up-and-coming restaurants. The cuisines include traditional Hungarian, International fusion, Chinese, Mexican, Continental, Indian, Italian, Japanese, and others as well. Many of the restaurants participating in the TableFree Éttermi Napok seem to be taking the opportunity to impress diners with the creativity and quality of their menu offerings. Some are offering their signature dishes at a lower price point than normal, while others are offering dishes created specifically for the event itself.

The TableFree.hu online restaurant portal allows visitors to find interesting restaurants in Budapest and reserve tables at them in only a few clicks. The site has over 140 restaurants, including some of the top names in the city. The restaurants include locations all over the city, and span every price range and cuisine available. Site visitors can search for restaurants by any combination of location, price range, and cuisine type. By looking at a restaurant’s individual listing, potential diners can easily determine whether a restaurant will meet their needs by scanning the icons and photographs available on the listing, which display everything from the child-friendliness of the restaurant to whether it offers live music or accepts meal vouchers.

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