We started off with breads. They gave out us 4kinds of breads namely Old Country Style Loaf, Chili Cheese Loaf, Cumin Roll and Soft Roll served with butter.
Langos, deep fried potato bread topped with sour cream, garlic and cheese. This is a popular merienda in Hungary as well as bordering countries. The name comes from the Hungarian word "lang" which means flame. (this is a very delicious merienda!)
Lamb Paprika, Chicken Paprika and Stuffed Chicken. The paprika dishes are served with paprika sauce drizzled with sour cream, served with spaetzle and lecso. The Stuffed Chicken has chestnut stuffing served with sauerkraut nd roasted potatoes. (yummy!)
Goulash is known as the Hungarian specialty all over the world. Magyar serves a variety of this soup: beef, lamb, szekely (pork & sauerkraut), seafood and mushroom. The last two are not authentic Hungarian versions however these are available for those who prefer fish and vegetables dishes over meat. The ones that we tried were beef and szekely.
And last but not the least, here comes dessert! It's my favorite crepe! But in Magyar, its called Palacsinta, its the Hungarian word for crepe/pancake. This Hungarian favorite contains chocolate, oranges, raisins and walnuts. A sweet flavor to end the evening.
We were all full to the brim. Writing late food blog post makes me crave for what i'm writing. Haha! Make's me more hungry for Hungarian!
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Magyar Hungarian Restaurant
G/F, Unit 3 Mega Center Paseo de Magallanes, San Antonio St., Brgy. Magallanes
Makati City, Metro Manila
Tel. (02) 853-1397