I could also say speciality.
If it comes to its history there is nothing Hungarian to it. What you see is a turkish bread. Instead of baking it in the oven it is fried in oil.
There is about twice as much yeast in it as in bread. It is as flat as pizza dough before it is thrown into the hot oil.
The lángos in the front is: sour cream, garlic, gyros, onions.
The one in the back is with sour cream and garlic.
It is served warm and the only food, next to a pizza, I ever had served warm.
A hot dinner served cold is normal to Hungarians. Cold soup, cold pasta, cold french fries, etc.
Like I said in my earlier post Friday market abroad Hungarians are not great, original cooks and to be honest I believe most do have a lack of taste or simply eat eaverything as long as they can eat.
A hungarian acquintance said Hungarians love to eat, always eat.