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Most beautiful Cafe in the World / A világ legszebb kávéháza
Das schönste Café derWelt, ein wahrer Augenschmaus, die Innendekoration ist einzigartig. Es empfiehlt sich, einen Tisch zu bestellen, wenn man das Anstehen vermeiden will.
New York Palace Café This is like a renaissance palace which is full of sparkling chandeliers dangling from high ceilings adorned by spectacular frescoes, it's one of the oldest cafes in Budapest, dating back 125 years. The menu is made up of Hungary's most traditional desserts, including around 16…
Popularly known as the most beautiful café in the world. Home to literature, art and splendor.
The Most Beautiful Café in the World horribile expensive, but you must try it at least once in your life.
I recommend this café for it's historical past and unique , beautiful design. Multiple famous hungarian authors wrote their best selling novels and poems like The Paul Street Boys. It's located between Erzsébet avenue and Dohány streer, It's about 100 m away from the Pretty Good Flat of Downtown.
“ Hungarian professional football club based in Ferencváros, Budapest, that plays in the Hungarian League. Ferencváros was founded in 1899”
“Fausto’s Ristorante – open at lunch and dinner time – offers classic Italian dishesen riched with a contemporary cuisine style, made from the best Italian and domestic ingredients, with an accurate and sophisticated service. All ingredients of all courses are wisely combined in such a way to preserve their original flavor. It’s possible as well to choose a 4-7 course tasting menu, which may be accompanied by a nice wine selection. Reservation is kindly recommended.”
“The Ring Café serves our favorite burger in town. They also have great salads and quesadillas. Our favorite one is the avocado and bacon burger (with extra cheddar). The interior doesn’t look so good and the service is a bit slow, but the burgers are worth it! ”
“Mazel Tov is stylish, spacious – and already a staple of Budapest’s burgeoning nightlife scene. It’s a giant courtyard-cum-cultural space, lined with lush trees and plants, draped in twinkling lights and topped with a glass roof. Tucked away in the lively Jewish District (known as the 7th District), this cavernous space is Insta-friendly and most definitely worth the hype. As well as being a great place for evening drinks (the cocktail and pálinka brandy list is impressive), Mazel Tov is also equal parts garden party and gastronomic destination. Head here for Mediterranean-Hungarian fusion plates and you won’t be disappointed (their shawarma sandwich is a winner). Booking – even on weekdays – is highly recommended.”
“If you walk into the right wing of the Paris Department Store on Andrássy Avenue and step into the elevator, in a matter of seconds you'll be greeted by sunshine or sparkling city lights, and have Budapest at your feet. In the evening, you can enjoy excellent wines and beautiful sunsets here, while chilling to down-tempo tunes. There is no dress code to fear, you won't feel embarrassed in sneakers - 360 Bar promotes a free, urban spirit of living, which is underscored by the simple design of the highest rooftop bar of Budapest, where you can admire a 360 degree panorama of Budapest all summer long, accompanied by light drinks and an open kitchen.”