The nostalgic atmosphere of Café Zsivágó stands out amid the otherwise bland options on nearby Liszt Ferenc tér. The wallpaper is decorated with flower patterns, the chandelier and the picture frames feel Baroque, and lace tablecloths cover the tables. There are sofas, a piano and ornate tea cups, all making for an afternoon's convivial sipping. Try their vidám tej ('happy milk') or forró nagyi ('warm grandma'), charming iterations of coffee-and-egg-nog. They also offer Captain Szása's favourite cocktail and homemade pirozhki buns stuffed with various fillings, straight from Tatiana’s oven.