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Kőleves, a beloved dining spot situated within Budapest’s historic Jewish Quarter, occupies a structure dating back to 1851 that once housed a kosher meat processing plant and butcher’s store. The decor incorporates repurposed artifacts, like a leather-clad ledger and an aged Talmud, reflecting its rich history. Tastefully acknowledging its roots, Kőleves offers several Jewish-Hungarian culinary delights including traditional matzo ball soup, and cholent, a classic Sabbath bean stew.

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