Our restaurant is a slice of Hungary. We are an independent, family-owned restaurant in Aberystwyth. As the Welsh-Hungarian cultural ambassador of Hungary, we want to represent the beauty of Hungarian culture through the Hungarian cuisine. We only use Hungarian spices and ingredients for our dishes, which come from Hungary. The flavors of our food are unique and cannot be compared to anything else in the world. Magnificent Hungarian wines, pálinkas and beers make an irresistable perfect pair for our incredible dishes. Our restaurant is the winner of multiple best foods awards, which is thanks to the outstanding professional knowledge, creativity and refinement of our chef. We welcome everyone to our restaurant with open arms, so that you can experience and be part of what we are proud of, and so we can make your time spent with us feel truly special. Paprika is not just a restaurant, but it’s a life feeling.
Fresh and Healthy Food Available
This rich, decadent vegan spicy Mushroom stew is everything comforting and warming in a bowl. Soﬅ, fragrant mushroom, sweet caramelized onions, and spicy paprika all held together by a creamy luxe sauce. Served with pasta or mashed potatoes.
Paprikás csirke is chicken in a creamy, paprika sauce. It’s spicy, meaty goodness, and is accompanied by a delicious side of Nokedli (Hungarian dumplings).
Hungarian White Paprika richly filled with minced pork, encompassed by fragrant sweet tomato sauce in the company of silky mashed potatoes, bringing together a unique dish from the Hungarian countryside. The experience can be further enhanced by dunking the bread
Stuffed cabbage (Hungarian töltött káposzta) is made of cooked cabbage (mostly pickled) filled with pork mince, mixed rice and flavoured with the unmissable paprika, pepper and sour cream.
Slow-cooked beef paired with Hunter sauce, which is a delicious, orange-hued, sweet-tart vegetable sauce made from carrots and mustard, served with pasta.
Hungarian big baked paprika sausage and Hungarian spice BBQ Ribs with mashed potato and csalamádé (sliced pickles).
Hungarian potato pancake filled with roasted tenderloin, soured cream, bacon, mushroom and red onion. Cheese on top and baked in oven.
Traditional Hungarian savoury pancake, filled with chicken paprikash, tucking in the ends. Baked in the oven with a paprika and sour cream sauce.
Smoked pork knuckle stew, baked with soured cabbage, served with soured cream and bread.
Hungarian mild Trappista cheese, enrobed in a crispy golden-brown breadcrumb coating, an incredible pairing with the velvety, aromatic truffle mashed potatoes, crowned with gipsy sour cherry ragout.
Confit Duck Leg is a unique Hungarian duck speciality. The duck leg is slowly cooked in duck fat until the meat is meltingly soﬅ, then fried until the skin is golden brown. Served with red wine cabbage and aromatic mashed
Soﬅ, juicy and tender duck breast, perfectly complimented by the red-wine blueberry sauce and the golden-brown crispy potato croquettes. A truly luxurious choice, which can be further enriched with a glass of red-wine.
A wonderfully rich decadent hungarian fish dish made with hungarian Harcsa (catfish). Special fish stew. Served with Nokedli (hungarian dumplings). We recommend white dry wine with this dish.
This soup is Paprika’s speciality, made with cauliflower, paprika, onions and rice.
Velvety creamy onion soup sprinkled with herby marjoram and enriched with Hungarian grated cheese, served in a big round loaf of bread.
Bean Goulash is a rustic twist on the original Goulash. Made with aged smoked pork knuckles and beans, served in a big round loaf of bread, like the feasts of knights.
Traditionally prepared with hen (old chicken), this hearty Hungarian soup is a common home-cooked meal. Besides meat, it incorporates noodles, root vegetables, and a variety of spice.
Arguably, the most prized and uniquely Hungarian fish dish is Halászlé. Fisherman’s soup (Halászlé) is a spicy paprika-based fish soup. A folk item of Hungarian cuisine, it is a bright-red dish prepared with generous amounts of paprika and carp. Served
Authentic flavours of freh beef, potatoe, vegetable, dumpling, and seasoned with a generous amount of paprika. Served with bread.