Nice café when you can sit inside and outside, too and also see there a lot of local people so it has a specific atmosphere. The staff is very helpful.
We found this cafe by chance drawn to the mid- century architecture of the flats above. Built circa 1961 this cafe retains many original features including some great mosaics! The waitresses were very friendly, and a healthy mix of locals and visitors create a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a strong black coffee or Hungarian cream cake. On our 3 visits... More
We came twice and sat outside for breakfast. Good value and convenient if you are on the Buda side. Staff spoke enough English and were helpful (with English menus). As others have said, a very retro feel.
Very old fashion place with the feeling that nothing has changed since the beginning of 80's. Patrons can be seen at all stages of the day. And the house-made cake selection makes the whole package complete!
Ok seriously you can't miss this. For god's shake, will you walk around all the mediocre touristic stuff and you will leave behind this RETRO AMAZING PALACE? no way, you will go and you will it their tasteless food, you will try to communicate with the lovely old ladies who run it. no words can describe it!
This is not a kitch after construction - this place has existed for decades and has kept its authentic look, communist service mindedness and menu. It's a great place in summer when the outdoor servering place overlooks the Danube. To get an authenic feel of how these old eszpresszos worked before 1990, go to Bambi and have a coffee, froccs... More
It has a very retro feel to it, especially with the 50something group of locals playing domino in the back. If you go on a sunny morning you can sit outside even when its cold because you'll have the sun on your face. Since there is little car traffic there in the morning its quiet and relaxed the food is... More
Beside Szimpla Kert and kazinczy utca this is probably another place in Budapest what you must see if you want to experience what makes budapestdifferen and loely. There is nothing soecial in Bambi, the waiers are ugly the menu is oversimple but its part of Buda history!
Went here for breakfast with my partner, at first we were a bit apprehensive as this is one of those places that just looks really foreign. But then, we sat in comfortably, admiring the unique nostalgic décor, surrounded by locals having their breakfasts. The food was really good and great value for money. Worth a visit.
Real old school place with good coffee and lovely crowd
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