There were quite a few really nice restaurants I ran into in Budapest. Especially the breakfast places I discovered were a real treat. I picked my two favorites to share with you.
On the Pest side:
If you are a bit of a coffee freak I definitely recommend you to go to this place, they have a bunch of special coffees. Besides that their breakfast is real tasty and they serve gluten free bread, jeej!
The employees all wear Suspenders and cute bow ties 🙂
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Check out the pictures in the slider to see the interior of Stika, I think they did a good job!
Poached egg breakfast!
Fried egg sausage breakfast!
They even have a little story on their chalkboard about their coffees 🙂
I bet Stika is also a nice place to have a glas of wine in the evening judged by the bottles of wine I spotted behind the bar, but I can’t tell you that for sure as I only had breakfast there. But if their dinners are as good as their breakfast and their coffee as nice as their wines they should be good.
Stika is located at Dob street 43/b in Budapest
On the Buda side:
On the other side of the river there is a really nice Bistro called Déryné Bistro. It’s more classic place in the way of their interior design is and the way they present their food. Especially the way they present their food and their home made bread is amazing. They even have a little bakery outside of the place where you can buy many different kinds of breads to go. I really really enjoyed eating here and like almost everywhere in Budapest the prices are very acceptable. I probably would have paid twice as much having a meal like this in Amsterdam.
A little breakfast plate Déryné Bistro style..
This salmon was to die for!
The little note that was attached to the breadbasket we got served.
Would you look at this table! I mean seriously it almost looks to good to taste it, almost 😉
These uge merengue are way too big and I had a two day long sugar dip after finishing it, but it was soooooo worth it!!
They also seem to have a Hungarian Grill and a bar with amazing local wines and a nice boutique. My advice would be to visit this place and really take you time enjoying the food and the way it’s presented to you. You could combine it with a visit to see the highlights on the Buda side of the city.
Déryné Bistro is located at Krisztina Tér 3 in Budapest.
For more tips on a citytrip to Budapest check out my travel review on this city right HERE.