The Menu

Our wine menu changes frequently to show a variety of our 200+ wines. Feel like trying something else? We’ll serve any bottle from our shelves for the shop price.


Wine Flights

3,900 HUF / flight (1dl of each three wines)

Autumn Superstars
Csetvei, Ezerjó, (2016) Mór
Vida, Szekszárdi Bikavér (2013) Szekszárd
Heumann, Lagona (2013) Villány

Local Curiosities
Szivek, Rizlingszilváni (2016) Neszmély
Kolonics, Juhfark (2015) Somló
Pósta, Cabernet Franc (2013) Szekszárd

Three Colors 
Böjt, Egri Csillag (2016) Eger
Gál, Zweigelt Rosé (2016) Alföld
Stier Villányi Franc (2013) Villány

Wine Tour Favorites
Breitenbach, Széchenyi Hárslevelű (2014) Tokaj
St. Donat, Magma Kékfrankos (2015) Balaton
Kovács Nimród, Egri Bikavér (2013) Eger

Tokaj Beauties 
Pelle, Brut Nature Sparkling (2013)
Füleky, Dry Furmint (2014)
Royal Tokaji, 5 Puttonyos aszú (2009) (.5dl)

Sommelier’s Choice
Let us choose three wines for a customized flight!


Add a glass of Pálinka of your choice to any flight for an additional 900 Ft!


Wine By The Glass

Choose from the flight menu, or ask the sommelier for advice

1 glass (1dl) of white or rosé wine 1,300 HUF
1 glass (1dl) of sparkling wine 1,500 HUF
1 glass (1dl) of red wine 1,500 HUF
1 glass (1dl) of Tokaji aszú 2,000 HUF


Tokaj History By The Glass

0.5dl of each wine, served by CORAVIN

1972 Oremus, 5 puttonyos aszú 9,900 HUF
1993 Erzsébet, 5 puttonyos aszú 8,900 HUF
1999 Erzsébet, 5 puttonyos aszú 7,900 HUF
2001 Hétszőlő, Hárslevelű 5 puttonyos aszú 6,900 HUF
2007 Samuel Tinon, Aszúesszencia 8,900 HUF


Non-Alcoholic

Fruit Szörp (Non-alcoholic, fruit syrup with soda water)
300 HUF / glass
Lavender
Raspberry
Strawberry
Ginger
Elderflower
Blackcurrant

Soda Water

1L / 500 HUF

Cheese & Charcuterie

Artisanal Cheese Board
3,500 HUF

Mixed Cheese and Charcuterie Board        
3,900 HUF

Charcuterie Board                        
3,500 HUF

Mangalica Ham Board         
3,500 HUF

Traditional Hungarian Spreads
1,900 HUF
Eggplant spread, ajvar, and goose crackling spread

Boards are served with bread, pumpkin seed oil, and accompaniments


Hungarian Craft Beer

330ml / 900 HUF 
Mad scientist, Mango Bay
Mad Scientist, Tokyo Lemonade
Mad Scientist,The Duke of Budapest
Monyo, Invisible Bikini
Monyo, Flying Rabbit
Monyo, Sour Rise
Horizont, Japán Búza
Horizont, APA
Horizont, Saison Witbier
Horizont, Vanilla Milk Porter
Horizont, Gentle Bastard IPA
Horizont, Düsseldorf Altbier


Spirits

Spirit Flight
2,900 HUF
A flight includes 2cl of any three spirits … Choose from the list below, or let us choose for you!

Pálinka  
4cl / 1,900 HUF
Brill Presenta Plum 2013
Brill Gönci Apricot 2014
Brill Kiffer Pear 2012
Brill Quince/Pear
Dibonis Apple
Zwack Kosher Plum
Márkházi Peach
Márkházi Plum
Márkházi Sour Cherry
Brill Kápia Paprika 2014
Brill Celeriac 2015

Brandy
4cl / 1,900 HUF
Hernyák Corvinus Brandy
Dibonis Almados

Zwack
4cl / 900 HUF
Unicum
Unicum Plum
Maximillian Liquor
Unicum Riserva (2cl)

Whisky
4cl / 2,400 HUF
Arran Single Malt 10 Year-old Scottish Whisky
(aged in Tokaji casks!)


Prices are in HUF and contain the VAT. They do not include a service fee.


Before we opened The Tasting Table we spent months scouring Hungary in search of the best cheese and charcuterie to pair with our wines. We visited farms, butchers, cheesemakers, markets, and artisan producers all over the country in search of the best cheese, charcuterie, jams, and other delicious products. We are proud to source our cheese directly from the country’s finest artisan cheesemakers, and our charcuterie straight from farmers who we have gotten to know. Our signature cheese and charcuterie boards—which are served with fresh bread, assorted accompaniments, and hand-crafted artisan oils (such as pumpkin seed, walnut, and poppy seed)—are perfect complements our 200+ types of wine from around Hungary and the region.

Cheese—Our cheese selection includes an ever-changing range of local small-batch cow-, goat-, and sheep- cheeses. During the Communist era in Hungary, the art of cheesemaking, was nearly lost. These days hobby (as well as professional) cheesemaking is being re-discovered. Production is on a very small scale, but some of Hungary’s best cheesemakers have apprenticed abroad to learn the skills which they use to make a range of cheese, including many traditional Hungarian types. We have hard cheeses (which work equally well with white wines with high acidity and fruity reds), parenyica (a smoked and steamed cheese, which is woven into a spiral), soft ripened cheese (which we like to serve with crisp Hungarian rosé), mould-ripened mountain cheese (goes great with dry whites), and soft blue cheese (perfect with sweet Tokaji aszú).

Charcuterie—Hungary is heaven for meat-lover’s, and the delicious range of charcuterie makes a perfect match with nearly any wine. Our selection includes several kinds of salami (some with paprika added, some with plum added, and some natural), mangalica pork sausages, free-range water buffalo salami, smoked duck and goose breast, grey beef sausage, goose cracklings, and more.

  
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