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Dessert-Geschäft
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“By far the largest variety of cakes I've ever seen. The queue of people waiting to buy some tells the whole story. It's worth the adventurous ride.”
  • Von 30 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“This bar hasn't changed a thing since the kommunist era and still popular among inhabitants (especially from springtime to late autumn). Calm environment with the feeling of the 'no change'.”
  • Von 37 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
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“Very delicious breakfast places in the city. The owners are friendly, the food is fine and tasty. Do not miss it! To access the place use the tram 4 or tram 6. ”
  • Von 18 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
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“Törökméz is a cute restaurant perched on Rózsadomb, the steep hill on the Buda side of the Danube. They specialize in breakfast foods that are inspired from around the world: there's everything from tasty huevos rancheros to acai bowl, avocado toast, Cuban sandwich, and English breakfast (all €7-9). If you'd prefer something more indigenous to the region, go for the snappy frankfurters (€5), or the bundáskenyér (€3), which is similar to a savory French toast. Local Hungarian wines are also available. Being on the Buda side, away from the tourist-heavy areas, Törökméz draws a mainly local crowd. Once here, it's worth visiting climbing up to the scenic tomb of Gül Baba, located almost around the corner from Törökméz. Gül Baba was a Bektashi monk who died in 1541 during the city's Ottoman occupation, and today his tomb is the northernmost point of Islamic pilgrimage in the world. It's a scenic and tranquil area with sweeping views of Budapest.”
  • Von 13 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
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“Homey retro feeling, with great coffee and toasted sandwiches, soups... full of youth & creativity! (Don't look for any chic or luxury here... ”
  • Von 9 Einheimischen empfohlen
Frühstückscafé
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“The Buda side of the city has begun to catch up to Pest when it comes to having chic, new-wave breakfast joints. New wave? The kinds of places that cater to global tastes with dishes that wouldn’t seem out of place anywhere from Sydney to San Francisco: avocado toast, eggs Benedict, pancake, granola bowl, and the like. There’s nothing memorable about Cinnamon’s all-day breakfast dishes, but they’re perfectly satisfying. The avocado toast arrives topped with smoked salmon on a soft, open-faced ciabatta (€8). Also good are the omelettes, and the pair of snappy frankfurters with a side of mustard (€5), a typical Central European morning dish. Of the breakfast pastries, I went for the cinnamon-dusted donut, and it delivered: a thin layer of sugar-cinnamon coating yielded to a soft inside lined with apple custard (€2). In the mornings, throngs of slick local office workers swarm to Cinnamon's tables, or drop by to get their coffee fix, so a short wait is not unusual during peak breakfast hours. By lunch-time, tourists tend to emerge for a sleepy breakfast.”
  • Von 8 Einheimischen empfohlen
Dessert-Geschäft
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“15 min walk, 1,1 km One of the best 5 pastry shops in Budapest. Established in 1870. The original shop was destroyed by a bomb during WWII and then the state took ownership during the communist era. The Auguszts reopened their business in Fény utca in 1957 and they have been making delicious pastries, cakes and ice-creams according to the original recipes ever since. Try their krémes, bejgli or E80 cake. ”
  • Von 8 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“A super nice Philippine guy who grows and roasts his own coffee from the family plantation, knows everything about coffee, will make you the best cup you ever had, that is for sure!”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
“Lovely bakery and coffee spot just on the corner. It is a good way to start your day here.”
  • Von 8 Einheimischen empfohlen
Restaurant
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“Large TV screens - for sport events period, selection of few premium quality beers. ”
  • Von 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“Located on the Buda side's answer to Liszt Ferenc square (pedestrianized street filled with cafés, bars, restaurants), this teeny wine bar serves up excellent local wine and bubbly with a smile. Nibbles available too.”
  • Von 6 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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  • Von 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
“Closest Restaurant, small and best Tiramisù in Budapest, great vines and nice service. Also good small lunches.”
  • Von 5 Einheimischen empfohlen
Pub
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  • Von 1 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
“Love this small but lovely bakery. Good Hungarian bakery stuffs and coffee. I would specially recommend their chocolate rolls.”
  • Von 3 Einheimischen empfohlen
Café
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“There are many French meals on the menu, such as croque mademoiselle (grilled cheese sandwich), truffle omelet, Pain Erdu (French toast) and their specialty; Tarte Tatin (a cake with plenty of apples). These dishes suggest that we can have breakfast here, but main dishes and salads are also featured on the menu. Besides all that, the view to the nearby twisting streets is really pretty from the terrace, and the coffee is delicious. The interior is charming, and it is an insider info that they matched all the colors to the pastel-mint colored coffee machine.”
  • Von 3 Einheimischen empfohlen