Rumour – / ˈruːmə (r) / concept“Chef’s table” A unique “Theatre Style” proposition where guests are invited to dine around the performance “Stage”. An interactive experience where patrons can witness the preparation of each dish. This transparency and direct contact between guests and chefs, make this experience very casual and friendly.
Chef Jenő Rácz, the founder/creator of the Rumour RestaurantAccording to Chef Jenő Rácz’s philosophy, the founder/creator of the Rumour Restaurant, the experience provided to guests should be much more than just a simple meal. Having started his journey around the globe at a young age, learning from some of the best chefs in some of the most gastronomy iconic destinations such as London, Copenhagen, Singapore and Shanghai, Jenő quickly became an expert and fond of different culinary techniques. Due to his extensive international experience, he was invited to support a new restaurant opening in Shanghai, which was awarded by the Shanghai Edition of Michelin Guide only five months after opening. In 2018 and 2019, Jenő was selected as the coach of the Bocuse D’Or Chinese National team. In 2018 Jenő returned to his homeland and starred as Coach and member of the Jury in no less than four editions of one of the major Hungarian cooking TV shows. Having such a resume, Jenő is now putting all his skills to good by opening the Rumour Restaurant on the 8th May 2021 in the heart of Budapest with a unique “Theatre Staging” like concept ready to welcome you.
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by Jenő Rácz
Rumour is a unique restaurant concept. Intimate dining venue, where during the experience our guests can enjoy a multi-course tasting menu, getting familiar with the colorful range of dishes and rare ingredients of Hungary. An evening spent at the restaurant can be compared (with a little exaggeration) to an intimate dinner with a small number of friends. Like in most "chef-table restaurants", the most spectacular elements of food preparation take place in the open kitchen, in the middle of the “stage”.