With the rise of specialty cafés, you’d think that you can have a quality espresso anywhere in Budapest by now. But Andrássy út, and especially the section closer to Hősök tere, was an exception until Flow opened. Defining itself as a bistro and speciality café, it excels in both genres. They only buy coffee from roasters who don’t suppress the character of the beans – and they always try to have at least one premium option on the menu, such as Panama Geisha. Their all-vegan cuisine, prepared by skilled chef György Lipták, is hearty and rich in flavour. The minty couscous with capers and salty lemon, and the red-lentil patty with dill-and-cucumber salad, are both recommended.

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