This building was constructed in 1876 in eclectic, Neorenascence style. First, a "National Coffee House" was put into operation here. Originally opened in the early seventies, in the memory of renowned Hungarian author Krudy Gyula, the "Red Mail Coach Restaurant" got its name after the famous novel "Vörös Postakocsi" by the writer. In November 2002, the "RED MAIL COACH Restaurant"(Vörös Postakocsi Restaurant) underwent total renovation.
This traditional, fully licensed restaurant has been under the current ownership since 2000. Specializing in authentic Hungarian cuisine, this business has been a firm favourite for over three decades serving authentic, well-cooked and reasonably priced food to its predominantly local Clientele. The premises are very prominently situated in a downtown of Budapest on a historical Ráday Street. Customers enjoy a fine, relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which to dine. With its fresh linen tablecloths and napkins, candlelight and easy live background music, the décor is warm, welcoming and comfortable - all the essential ingredients for an excellent evening out. Over the years this restaurant has built an excellent reputation for offering good service, an excellent and varied wine list and wholesome traditional Hungarian dishes, utilizing fresh ingredients that are cooked to order. The restaurant’s modern kitchen enables the provision of consistently first class quality food in supremely comfortable surroundings.

Vörös Postakocsi

Ráday u. 15.

+361 217 6756

Opening Hours:
11:30 am until 24 am 
7 days a week.

Price for Dinner:

Business Payment Methods :

Cash & Credit

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