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I know this might sound odd to hear but we found some really good Chinese food in Budapest. We went to visit a family friend and they own a very cute noodle shop called Momotaro (named after the Japanese folklore hero). They also run a traditional beautiful antique Hungarian restaurant on the other side (called Tabiji) but that is only open for special group events. I'll admit that because we knew the owner, we received special treatment so we had a wider variety of choices in food. Nonetheless, the owner makes sure to choose the utmost high quality ingredients for each and every dish. I was truly amazed at how each entrée was prepared with such precision in quality. The flavors were truly wonderful when prepared by the head chef. There was a slight taste difference when it was prepared by the sous chef. One of my favorite dishes was the "xiao long bao", which is the traditional steamed little buns filled with meat. Each bun was brimming with flavor, just thinking about them makes me hungry! ^_^ They have a wide variety of noodle dishes to choose from and they make their own fresh noodles every day. I would definitely recommend anyone who is visiting Budapest to try out this lovely restaurant. The location is also great - it is only a hop, skip, and a jump away from various touristy spots such as the Parliament building.