First opened in 1887, the Central soon became the haunt of writers, poets and journalists. There are now even Internet ... More
First opened 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.
It's fast becoming a very fashionable venue for live jazz music. There's a performance every night of the week. You
can enjoy the music in a relaxed atmosphere, surrounded by elegant decor. Jazz greats like clarinetist Ken Peplowski, Grant ...
One of the biggest cafes on the square, Pesti features two floors and plenty of tables and seats. Downstairs you'll
find a big, L shaped bar. Check out the art installations showcased on the landing, arguably the best features ...
Cafe Kor first opened several years ago as a miniscule bar but has since occupied a more spacious premises near
the Basilica. The warm orange walls and light brown wood give the impression of Mediterranean heat. This light, airy ...