Budapest, would be one of the unexpectedly beautiful cities we’ve visited – unassuming but totally enchanting, clean and full of surprises. Above photo shows Pest, the eastern, flat part comprising the Hungarian capital. This was shot from the western side or Buda – the other part, when we went up to a castle on a hill. But, before the walking and going up, hubby and I were searching for a lovely spot to have breakfast in. We haven’t had anything for the day and it was already 10!
Truth be told, it was hubby who did the research – landmarks to see, which station to get off on and all those little details. We enjoy going about any city even though we just ride the trains, trams and buses, makes for additional adventure if we take the wrong route, lol. We boarded off the station Oktogon – I totally forgot now why. 😀 It must be the nearest to some place hubby wanted to see first (?).
As we walked, we saw what seemed to be a newly opened restaurant, Muvész Café & Lounge, all cozy and very inviting, at the heart of Budapest’s 6th district. It may have just opened for the day so we were the first customers. I really like the interior and atmosphere, refreshing and easy.
The display had sandwiches, cakes and other pastry but the menu offers breakfast selections and bigger meals too. The joint is different from the famous Müvész Kávéház, a meeting place for artists and bohemians and is still a popular spot for residents of Budapest and their visitors, that one can be found a few steps away. Well, this branch was at #46, the other at #29 – two streets away.Continue Reading…