Fodor's Expert Review Gerlóczy Káveház
The green-and-yellow cane chairs and café tables of this elegant bistro remind you of a scene out of your favorite French movie. The terrace in the summertime is about the prettiest location for lunch in Budapest, on a quiet, leafy square tucked behind Váci utca. The menu has seasonal Hungarian favorites like sült libacomb (crispy goose leg) with red cabbage in winter, asparagus soup in the spring, but there are customers here all day long, drinking coffee and using the free wireless Internet service. Breakfast draws a big crowd on weekends. Come early for some of the city's fluffiest croissants.
Gerlóczy utca 1
Budapest, Budapest 1052, Hungary