Cuisine: Bistros & Brasseries, Central European, East European
Contact:+36 1 266 2110
Open Hours: 7a-11p daily
First opening in 1887, the Central soon became the haunt of writers, poets and journalists. There are now even Internet facilities. A non-smoking ... More
First opening in 1887, the Central soon became the haunt of writers, poets and journalists. There are now even Internet facilities. A non-smoking balcony offers fresh air. The tables are square blocks of marble with rather severe wooden chairs. Try the 'Maria Thereza' coffee, a lethal blend of Cointreau, espresso and whipped cream. Or a flodni, a divine Jewish pastry with layers of apple, walnuts and poppy seeds. A variety of salads, seafood, chicken and pasta dishes are also available.
Should of gone to Auguszt coffee house, like we did the first day. Better coffee, better cakes. this is just for tourists... The waiters were running up and down, no time for us. The food was edible, but nothing special.
This charming little cafe in the center of the Pest was a great place to grab a quick bite, or sit and have coffee and dessert. The service was very friendly and all the food we had there was great. The price was awesome, especially after paying such high prices all around Europe for every meal. Thanks to everyone at Central Kavahaz - it was a warm, welcoming change of pace!
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