The illustrious magazine writes about our endearing capital city again, listing the best new wave cafés this time.
This Summer, Vogue magazine published the pictures of a Hungarian photographer, Marton Perlaki from the inside of Budapest’s healing baths, and now the illustrious magazine writes about the best new wave cafés of the city. Let us resume their compilation and their opinion about these spots.
My Little Melbourne: “it’s a small space located on central Madách tér, with a buzzy terrace to enjoy flat whites and lemon tarts”.
Tamp & Pull: with two locations – the tiny red and brick one is conveniently a six-minute walk to the Great Market Hall—is another 2012-era pioneer. It’s stocked with Has Bean coffee from the United Kingdom in offbeat roasts like Brazilian Yellow Bourbon”.
Espresso Embassy: was opened “to give the community something deeper, a more informative and fulfilling experience. It’s packed daily with students, professors, and tourists
Dose Espresso: “it’s a quiet locale for an Acme & Co. cup of filtered Guatemalan from London’s Square Mile Coffee Roasters alongside a.m. muesli”.
Double Shot: “on the tranquil Pozsonyi utca close to Margaret Island (…) the food accompanying locally roasted 42 Coffee is not a mere afterthought, revolving around the likes of juicy pulled pork sandwiches savored on the sunny sidewalk patio”.
Ébresztő: “The space feels like a gallery, with guests sipping coffee from Ébresztő’s own roaster, Awaken Company, next to issues of the arty Cereal and Kinfolk magazines”.
Tényleg: “run by a couple in sleepy District IX, shows off fudgy Peruvian cortados and just-made Nutella-plum cakes while the soulful Jacob Banks plays in the background”.
Madal Café: it “has now sprouted a vegan pasta bar for hungry macchiato fans at its latest outpost close to the stunning Hungarian Parliament Building”.
Warm Cup: the owner “uses Populus beans from Berlin, and carefully makes drinks for his guests, from cold drip coffee tonics with orange, to brews playfully served in decanters”.
Kontakt: “Like the café’s spare, Nordic-inspired décor, Kontakt’s beans are most often sourced from Scandinavia, including Swedish Koppi and Danish La Cabra”.
On the Buda side of the city, they suggest you to visit Kelet, Bruberi Coffee & Bakery, Kaffeine, Steamhouse and Major.