Food and drink
There are delicious cakes and ice-creams, as well as breakfasts and a few snacky options.
You can’t go wrong with one of the cakes, but if you fancy something different then try one of the round pastries - a speciality of the region. They’re something of a mixture between sweet and savoury, made with butter and potato, and topped with pieces of pork crackling.
The interior is worth a look even if you’re not stopping to eat. The original Biedermeier furnishings include a fabulous cherry wood and mahogany counter. There are a few tables on the street outside.
They get rather rushed off their feet, but the service is fine.
It's in the Castle District, a minute’s walk from [node:173329].
You can probably find cheaper cakes elsewhere, but the location is worth the few extra forints. You’ll get a plate of half a dozen round pastries for just 200 forints.
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