I’ve tested the new degustation menu for autumn of Baraka

We’ve invited the editor of Gentleman’s Review to taste our autumn menu: “I was so delighted because of the the invitation of Baraka. I taste the renewed autumn menu created by Brazilian boss André Bicalho in the name of “chaos”. Even those photos I got with the press release seemed to me very promising, I did not even imagined in front of the monitor, that the reality will be even more amazing! “

Chaos has taken control over Baraka

“Autumn is the twilight inbetween the seasons of life and death, a time of transition, where nature’s last blooms and winter’s first dooms begin to clash, a confounding cornucopia of confusion, contradictions and CHAOS! And this will be the theme for the autumn menu: CHAOS!” Read the inspirations behind our new autumn menu.

Taking Baraka to new levels

This is a pivotal point in Baraka history. It is one of the biggest shifts that we have made besides actually moving the restaurant. We are changing the concept, which is a huge step for a restaurant that has been opened for 17 years, but it is so important to change for many reasons, both from Baraka point of view and the guest’s side.

The new summer menu of Baraka? A culinary roller coaster

Roadster visited us again: “We are starting to have the feeling that this restaurant at Dorottya street is not belonging to the catering industry but the entertainment industry. Altough every single element is eatable, the menu is more like a show or a special performance. From scene to scene we will be surprised by something funny.”

Discover Baraka

“Imagine one of your most pleasant gastronomical journeys where all the flavors, harmony and textures create unique culinary memories. Imagine Budapest’s most exclusive and very first fine dining foodie destination that opened for French-Asian cuisine lovers in 2001.” – this is how Best of Budapest began our introduction. Thank you.

Summer fun with the new menu at upscale Budapest eatery Baraka

WeLoveBudapest visited us. “It seems only yesterday that Portuguese-Brazilian chef André Bicalho took over the kitchen at upscale restaurant Baraka in Dorottya utca in Budapest’s city centre. Exemplary professionalism, precision, even playfulness, have underscored his work ever since – and now a new summer menu is particularly cheerful, with fruit brought to the fore. Nor have the solid rules of dining have been forgotten, here under the long and illustrious stewardship of Baraka’s husband-and-wife owners Leora and David Seboek.”