Situated on Dob utica 25, the Café is hidden inside a rather unassuming yellow painted building. Inside, it is *on trend* with its decor, iron chairs and wooden tables.
The menu is egg-ceptional with every style of egg I’ve ever heard of and pretty much anything you could want for brunch.
I choose the Turkish Eggs (top right photo bellow) and James went for the English Breakfast – so adventurous.
Big warning though, if you choose to have the Turkish Eggs like I did, they are jam-packed with garlic, a taste and scent that we all know lingers. To be honest, I couldn’t have cared less, they were far too scrummmmmmy.
A pit-stop here for brunch was the perfect way to fill our bellies and keep us warm from one of the harshest winters Budapest has seen – you may have seen the Danube even froze.
After brunch, we headed out into Budapest to visit the sights and we even managed to enjoy an afternoon at Gellért Baths – the perfect way to warm us up considering we were brutally chilled to the bone.