Café Zsivágó with its nostalgic atmosphere could not find a better spot than Liszt Ferenc Square, amid XIX. century buildings. The wallpaper is decorated with flower patterns, the chandelier and the picture frames are baroque, and lace tablecloths lie on the tables. Furthermore, there are sofas, a piano, and even ornate tea cups – no wonder why it is often referred to as a café for afternoon tea. It is also worth to try their vidám tej (happy milk), and forró nagyi (warm grandma), which got these funny names from coffee-and-egg-nog. They also offer the favorite cocktail of Captain Szása, and a homemade pirozhki (fried buns stuffed with a variety of fillings) straight from Tatjána’s oven.
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