Hungarian food??

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Other than goulash?

Boiled bone marrow spread over toast, seasoned with a dash of garlic and salt. MMMMMMMMM

No, I'm not kidding.
 

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Roasted is better than boiled.
 

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The place to get it out here: Sociale. Review of the restaurant starts at about 9:30.
[YOUTUBE]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtQekPwuI4k[/YOUTUBE]
 

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Just went for a hungarian dinner.
Food was quite nice. I liked it.
Entree of what looked like bread in beer batter and a crepe with veal.
Main meal of some steak, lamb knuckles and roasted duck

I liked it, but not loved it. I love their sauce. IT was so fucking nice especially with the crepe with veal, something red in colour. The steak had a dianee sauce?
 

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I think Hungarian salami is awesome, but I think very highly of all types of salami.
 

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Hungarian Head Cheese, however...
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