This cafe is much like cafes around the world, in the sense that it has become a meeting place for both locals as well as tourists. Some of the decor ... More
This cafe is much like cafes around the world, in the sense that it has become a meeting place for both locals as well as tourists. Some of the decor is based on Joan Miros' paintings and the furniture is upbeat, futuristic and made from metal. The menu lists desserts, drinks, pastas and salads and introduces nothing over the top or that interesting. But if you're looking for a place with a great ambience (this cafe sometimes hosts live music acts), then this is where you'll find it. Plus, you get a view of Trinity Square and Matyas Templo through the huge glass windows.
Excellent food and services in the heart of Budapest. We accidentaly wondered in and had a very pleasant meal. They have live music every day and a very confortable patio during the summer. Just try it! :-)
Cafe Miro is my favourite restaurant in Budapest. When I travell to Hungary I always eating there. The food is excellent (I always eating Traditional goulash soup or Minced sirlion) and the service is attentive!
I suggest that you should try this restaurant!
I went to eat there last week on my birthday. This is very pleasant restaurant, one of the few I have regularly gone back to! The service was excellent, the hosts were friendly and the food was delicious!
The house wine was suprisingly good!
I was in Hungary for two weeks .Professional and friendly waiters. Excellent food in a great romantic atmosphere with live music.This is traditional Hungarian cuisine.Wine selection is mostly Hungarian wines . I recommend the beef tartar, A 'Must Do' list when in Budapest!
I liked the place so much
The food was great and the atmosphere completely amusing and entertaining.
Looking forward to go there again sometimes.
I tell all my friends to go and eat there if they are going to Budapest.
We visited cafe Miro on a wet sunday night, when it was pretty much deserted. The appearance attracted us, as the menu seemed average.
However the french chef owner makes a meal way above the others in this popular street of restaurants. We know this to be true, because we triee the place next door a couple of nights later, and although cheaper, it was no comparison.
Food was well prepared and well presented. The goulash soup is tasty and duck was almost to Gundel standards.
We paid about UK�40 for a meal for two including beer and cofee and service
We passed by a couple of nights later, when the weather was good for outdoor eating, and the cafe had opened up to the stree, and looked great.
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