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“This is the perfect place if you want to taste some French pastries. You can find different À Table bakeries in Budapest (in Pest and Buda side). That’s ideal if you want to have breakfast : croissant, pain au chocolat, croque-madame,... All we love in French pastries!”
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“Exquisit confectionery, but they offer salads and snacks as well in the heart of the city.”
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“ Amber's French Bakery & Cafe, one of the Frenchest places of Budapest, opened at the Fővám Square-end of Váci Street. The combination of a bakery, confectionery and café imitates the French countryside with its earthy colors, yet is still urban and modern, thanks to the spacious interior and lights. Their selection includes a multitude of colorful, creamy cakes with almonds, pistachio and salty peanuts, as well as sandwiches, salty baked goods, and the city’s largest éclairs. Moreover, their products are constantly renewed and changed seasonally. If you are passing by, be sure to grab a ham and cheese croissant with hot coffee!”
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“TRADITIONAL CONFECTIONERY - $$ - Five generations of tradition, knwoledge and quality since 1870.”
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“Hungarian-Italian gourmet bakery in downtown where Misi makes the sourdough bread and sajtos pogácsa (“cheese puffs” in Hungarian), while Matteo bakes ciabattas and pan al lattes. ”
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“This café/bakery specializes in Kürtőskalács, a sweet, golden brown, spiral-shaped pastry that is mostly sold in Hungary at festivals and markets. The recipe comes from Transylvania, where they who used to bake Kürtőskalács for festive occasions, like weddings, christenings and Christmas. Mastering the kürtőskalács-baking-technique requires some special tools, including custom-made wooden pins, so it's not a pastry you would bake at home. At Molnár’s you can watch the entire baking process at their onsite bakery, where the pastry is always made fresh. Kürtőskalács is a must-try delicacy when in Hungary. You can have it plain or rolled into various toppings, my favourite is the cinnamon one.”
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“Belgian Waffel Bar Budapest the waffles are prefect, crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. 1 min (58 m) via Váci u. and Nyáry Pál u. walk”
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“Hot chocolates in the middle of the city - great place to rest during the sightseeing tour”
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“One of the best ice cream in Budapest, you can try and tell us if you had better. :)”
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“Beautifully decorated Hungarian cuisine restaurant, old fashioned, at dinner with Piano music ”
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“100% natural ingredients. Bread, sandwiches, croissants and pastries, sugar free apple pie.”
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“Raj Ráchel is an amazing pastry-cook. She is most well-known for her special hungarian-jewish cake called flódni. It is a layered cake layered with walnuts, poppyseeds, apple and jam, spiced with cinnamon, white wine, sultanas, honey and so and so. It is a really rich, but not TOO sweet cake which is rightly said to be one of the tastiest hungarian desserts. 1 min from the flat.”
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