After launching EcoCafé in another bank location, MagNet’s new site on Bartók Béla Boulevard provides delicious organic treats from Hungary’s countryside.
Instead of exaggerated exoticism, Shimaya imports Far Eastern coffee culture to downtown Budapest in a way that evokes ordinary Japanese new-wave cafés.
When Budapest starts to sizzle, many people head outside to enjoy chats with friends over tasty cups of coffee. Here are a few buzzing terrace hangouts.
The arsenal of alternative eateries by Jászai Mari Square is freshly expanded. Tökmag only opened about a week ago, and we have already been there twice.
An industrial atmosphere, premium burgers, beef slow-roasted in a smoker and spiced with an Asian touch, and an attentive staff makes this a cool new hangout.
One of Budapest’s best ruin pubs – famed for its diverse craft-beer and wine selection – welcomes summertime with an intimate new terrace and exhibition area.
Hard Rock Cafe expanded their menu with burgers of four major metropolises – Memphis, New Delhi, Rome, and London – which we can try until the end of June.
In downtown Pest on bustling Bajcsy-Zsilinszky Avenue, this unpretentious eatery is perfect for a quick lunch of specialties from the Land of the Rising Sun.