Friday, April 1, 2016

Budapest - New York Cafe

Very rarely do I follow recommendations from strangers, not because I do not trust them, but rather due to the fact that each and every one of us have different preferences. When our tour guide told us about this cafe that we must visit as it's just around the corner from our hotel, I hesitated. Quoted by her to be "one of the most beautiful cafes you would have been to".

Despite our hectic schedule, the sister and I managed to squeeze in a visit here. And boy, was I blown away by the architecture and cafe interior. It's akin seating in an opera box - chandeliers, music, all at different levels.

In terms of affordability, it was quite similar to how much we would have paid in Australia but goodness me, the coffees comes in a vivid array of flavours. I had a creme brulee version and it was possibly one of the best coffees I have had in my life. Highly recommended and worth the effort to get yourself here.

A whirlwind day it was, hence the exhausted expression - would I repeat this experience? Yes, bring on round 2.

On a random note, here's the only picture I managed to snap at one of Budapest's ruin bars - a bar built from old/ worn out buildings...similar to Melbourne's alley bars except a lot more crowded and no dancing haha.

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