January 22nd marks the Day of Hungarian Culture. This commemorative day provides an opportunity to recall our material and spiritual values, pay greater attention to our traditions, and strengthen our national identity. Celebrate Hungary's rich cultural heritage in the heart of Budapest, in the Buda Castle!

On the Day of Hungarian Culture, Aranybastya Restaurant welcomes guests with authentic dishes. Chef Szél Attila and the team have crafted a special menu named the Aranybastya Hungarikum Menu, bringing to life Hungarian traditions and local flavors in every bite and sip. Read more about the special menu for Hungarian Culture Day.

Beyond the authentic cuisine, the restaurant's surroundings, including the historic Buda Castle and Lónyay-Hatvany villa, are integral parts of Hungary's proud heritage. The site was once a Turkish defense structure in the 17th century, evolving over time into a cultural sanctuary that housed famous paintings and art treasures. Explore the villa's history and archaeological findings.

During your culinary journey, delve into the world of Hungarian art and visit our ongoing exhibition! Aranybastya serves not only as a gallery for contemporary Hungarian artists but also contributes to promoting Hungarian culture through its diverse programs and events. The restaurant's building is also home to the Batthyany Lajos Foundation, which, for over three decades, has served as a hub supporting Hungarian conservative thinking with numerous concerts, discussions, and interdisciplinary performances.

Join us on the Day of Hungarian Culture and pay tribute to Hungary's rich cultural heritage with us!