Best Coffee Places to Check out After a Beer Bike Tour
Get on wheels and discover a different side of Budapest. We will ride along the scenic riverbanks, through green parks, pass modern architecture, important historical places and landmarks. All this combined with excellent beer and good company. After the ride, you should check out the best coffee places in Budapest. Here are our picks.
This place is much loved by locals due to its endearing, laid back atmosphere. Espresso Embassy is a definite must for a lovely morning coffee. Its brilliant location – in Arany János Street, not far from St. Stephen's Basilica – means it is a great place to get some Wi-Fi work done in the midst of sightseeing without having to haul yourself across town.
Standing in the heart of Budapest, Gerbeaud is usually filled with tourists no matter what time of the year you come. Located in Vörösmarty Square, Café Gerbeaud is one of the oldest and most famous cafés of Europe, operating since the middle of the 19th century. The first thing that pops in most Hungarian’s mind about Gerbeaud is not coffee but the delicious homemade cakes. Its flagship is the Gerbeaud cake: ground walnut and jam filling between layers of sponge covered with chocolate.
It is a trendy, good located, dog friendly place. Fekete gets bonus marks for its incredibly handy location: at Astoria. This of course means that this spot is prone to sudden influxes of tourists. That being said, Fekete can easily become your new best friend if you are buzzing around the main tourist sites and need to pop in somewhere quick to get that quick online task over and done with. The service is awesome, and their flat white is legendary!
It is a beautiful coffee place with a woodish atmosphere and quite an outstanding coffee. There are actually two Medal Cafés in Budapest: one in Ferenciek tere, and another one in Hollán Ernő Street. Medal is a prime example of a successful new wave coffee houses in Budapest.