This is one of the first sandwich bars of its kind in Budapest. Owned by a Polish/Danish couple, it has an international crowd and a warm atmosphere. ... More
Marie Kristensen Sandwich Bar
This is one of the first sandwich bars of its kind in Budapest. Owned by a Polish/Danish couple, it has an international crowd and a warm atmosphere. It is relaxed and comfortable and after you are done with your food, you will want to stay for a while rather than rush out. Sandwich specialties include toppings like tuna, smoked cheese, bacon, egg-cream, salmon etc. and the prices depend on the size of the baguette or whether or not you are having wholewheat bread (259 Ft- 958 Ft). The Danish carrot cake (99 Ft) is also delicious.
La Fontaine is a traditional brasserie, bar, cafe, restaurant and bistro all rolled into one, straight from the boulevards of
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Pires Sandwich Bar is attractively decorated in black and white, and funky music plays in the background as hungry, happy
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Steamers draws a mixture of both residents and visitors to its New Orleans look venue. It's not quite wild enough
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