The fourth outlet run by the 150-year-old Auguszt confectionery dynasty has opened behind the National Museum in the beautifully restored, classicist building of the former gardening house. The place is named after Geraldine Apponyi, who worked in the museum's kiosk in the 1930s and later became the wife of Albanian King Zog I. The Geraldine Cake, which is a combination of light chocolate, quince jelly and egg in white layers, was created to honour her. The history of the E80 Cake, which links the iconic coffee-chocolate-marzipan trio, dates back to 1992, it was first made by the family for Elemér Auguszt's 80th birthday. Apart from cakes, artisanal ice cream is also an essential delicacy at Geraldine, making the location ideal for kids playing in the nearby playground. romantic dates or more casual business meetings.