About Magna Hungaria
Hungarian restaurant in West End
Simply decorated but cosy and welcoming, Magna Hungaria is on West Maitland Street in Edinburgh’s West End. White-washed walls are decorated with pictures of Hungary while the bar has been made to look like a forest cottage. Combine it all with a wooden wagon wheel chandelier and the overall effect is pleasantly rustic. Couples, lunching office workers and home-sick Hungarians are all welcome.
Traditional Hungarian cooking
Open from breakfast – try the full Hungarian – through to lunch and dinner, Magna Hungaria serves traditional, home-style dishes that your Hungarian gran would be happy to produce. Interesting, hearty soups; fresh salads – many of them pickled; pancakes and platters play the supporting roles for main courses of stews, casseroles, goulash and roasted meat and fish.
If you feel the need for a plate of kárpáti borzaska, or fried chicken breast mixed with shredded potato, you know where to come. From the Hungarian speciality of lángos, a topped and filled deep-fried flatbread, to more familiar Stroganoff dishes, the menu at Magna Hungaria ensures that no-one leaves hungry.
West End transport and attractions
Magna Hungaria is on West Maitland Street near the junction of Morrison Street, Haymarket and Dalry Road. Haymarket, the nearest railway station, is a five minute stroll while the EICC is a ten minute walk. There is limited on-street parking. Magna Hungaria is en route to Murrayfield and Tynecastle Stadiums.