Nutella soup and other dreams came true in Bors Gastrobar
Posted by Mia Balogh · Jul 15, 2015

Great sandwiches, pasta creations, home-made syrups and amazing gastro experiences like for example Nutella soup are waiting for you in Bors Gastrobar in Kazinczy Street, in the downtown of Budapest.

Bors is a nice and friendly spot, opened in the summer of 2012 in Kazinczy Street. The owners, Lipher Tamás and Rethling György wanted to combine the good quality street food with the elements of the bistro cuisine, by using only first-class ingredients. “Our creed is really simple: we would like to make good food from good ingredients, for good guests, for a really good price. We only have one rule, that we don’t have rules” – they write about themselves on their homepage.

If you have heard about them, maybe it was some compliment about their daily-refreshed specials, including soups and baguettes with unique flavouring, for example their coconut-chilli pumpkin-cream soup with roasted pumpkin seeds, caramel-French mustard pheasant ragout soup, ginger-blueberry forest-fruit soup with mandarin panna cotta, white wine-juniper potato stew, or the sandwiches Hambagett and French Lady. The latter is their most popular creation, it has rosemary red onion jam, spicy chicken breast and Emmenthaler cheese.

In addition to their food menu, they have a home-made syrup, -pie and -dessert offer which can’t be found in any other bistro or restaurant. But several guests would like to choose sweets in the form of soups, because Bors is known for their Nutella, Tiramisu and Túró rudi soups, as well.

Nutella soup is served with crushed hazelnuts and waffle pieces, while with the Tiramisu soup you get special, tasty sponge fingers. We suggest you to try both.

Our tip:

In Bors, Hungarian Dream sandwich is especially for tourists, with salami, smoked cheese, tomatoes and paprika. But if you decide to eat rather something sweet, choose Double Pleasure. This is a strawberry cream soup with basil, Belgian chocolate and white chocolate with raspberry. We think it might rather be triple pleasure...

In Bors, every guest is welcome, including small children and furry little friends, as well.

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