The service here is fantastic, a warm and friendly welcome. The variety of pastries is good, the 2 we had tasted lovely. The coffee is very nice too.
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A local bakery, with a welcoming owner. The cakes are old fashioned and very reasonably priced. You can eat inside, but I recommend you grab your piece of cake and maybe a coffee to go and take a bench in the nearby park. Recommended for...More
We loved everything about this bakery/café. The pastries will remind you of those your grandmother made for you, the cappuccinos are perfect, the atmosphere is comfortable and welcoming, and the couple who serve you are warm and friendly. If you visit the Jewish district, don't...More
I went only to eat the 'flódni', sweet that my grandmother did. I ate a wonderful meal. Quiet location, affordable price, good to stop in the middle of the sightseeing in the Jewish quarter. The owner and his wife attend and you feel at home....More
Since it was very well rated on Tripadvisor, on a cold day, after having spent hours outside, we walked a bit to find this place. It is just around the corner from the Synagog. It was a bit disappointingly modest, with extremely kind owner who...More
This kosher cake shop in the Jewish quarter has a warm, authentic feel. The cakes were good and the owner gave us very good service, even helping us deal with a bank note which wasn't authentic, despite not speaking much English. Definitely worth a visit...More