Fodor’s Expert Review
Long a local favorite, Két Szerecsen keeps diners happy all day long with fresh and affordable soups, salads, and daily specials. The kitchen has a light touch with cold soups, especially the cucumber, dill, and gazpacho varieties. The menu is Mediterranean-Middle Eastern-influenced, but retains various typically Hungarian dishes and tastes. The cozy orange and burgundy interior has café tables and copper lamps with vintage posters on the walls. It can get a bit smoky inside in winter, but there's outdoor seating in summer. It's open daily for breakfast.
Nagymező utca 14
Budapest, Budapest 1065, Hungary