We went here for breakfast a couple of times as it is right around the corner from the hotel. Fresh crusty roll and really good coffee. Huge plus for a shady outside area on a quiet street. Friendly, efficient staff.
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Well may be not bad place to eat if you are in Milan for example. Or if you are in love in classical italian cafes. But not in the big european city when you can find everything. Tiramisu was an disaster. Coffee was not hot...More
Been here after reading the reviews and on FB: understood that it should be owned by y Italian guy. Nevertheless I was leaving with mixed feeling: the coffee was probably the worst I have ever had in Budapest; I burnt my mouth from espresso macchiato...More
My husband and I went here for breakfast one morning. It's a fun little basement cafe, in Italian style! They are quite friendly and have a small but delicious menu. I got an omelette and tea and my husband got an omelette and a cappuccino.
I had a very good cappuccino and a tiramisu cake at this small establishment located in the vicinity of National History Museum. Beware - Caffe Torino is located in basement of the building and steep steps take you there directly from the street, so not...More
Lovely little cafe. Went here based on a recommendation of TripAdvisor. The Nutella filled croissants were lovely. For 2 lots of croissants and 2 small orange juice is roughly 1, 200 ft which works out at about £3 so it's a bargain. Very friendly staff...More
Nice location, the whole bar was recently renovated. Warm and familiar atmosphere, friendly bartender and most of all.. AWESOME coffee! I had several times breakfast there, I always found fresh cooked croissants, pastries. Cappuccino and coffee quality is the top in Budapest in my opinion.
Dear Michel, thank you for your nice review and we are really happy that you like our coffee! We hope to see you soon! Anna&Marco