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Its picture windows facing busy Krisztina körút, the Csészényi Kávézó features that classic accompaniment to any Hungarian winter, the brightly tiled stove. Coffee aromas waft from the grinders, the roasting arabica sourced from the large coffee-growing areas of Guatemala, India, Cuba and Ethiopia all available.
lights, plentiful wood and comfortable leather sofas encourage you to sit down
for a decent coffee and a delicious cake here on downtown Hercegprímás utca. Espressoul
embodies a lovely mix of homeliness and elegance, offering ten minutes of peace
and quiet in the busy city centre.
want to warm up with alcohol, the Rocking Horse can be an ideal choice, where
you can find whisky, vodka and rum at affordable prices. The atmosphere is
ruin-bar, and the namesake rocking horses are also given a role. And, thanks to the strange lamps, wallpaper and pictures on the
upholstery, a playful, warming atmosphere fills the place.
of ruin pubs could feature here, but this one, with its strange fairytale world,
is probably the most suitable. The café is full of teddy bears who invite you for a hug, as tea steams from old pots and friendly staff serve some
of the most concentrated hot chocolates in town.
the atmosphere of the classic pub where you can spend the day in a good mood
from morning to night. It’s just like being at home, just not in pyjamas. The best
spots here are on the pillows placed by the huge windows, watching the freezing
pedestrians outside while you sit with your hot drink.
almost as if it’s winter all year round at Zsivágó, given the scenery straight out of a
Chekhov play, although here calm and warmth await. There’s a champagne-and-caviar
breakfast, too, a variety of hot drinks and authentic pierogi. Although the
samovars are laid out as ornaments and do not gurgle into action, you can still enjoy the
peaceful ambience with original Russian tea.