We just had to visit "the most beautiful cafe in the world" and it lived up to it's claim. The lavish ambience makes you stop and stare at the marble, bronze, silk, and velvet used as well as the Venetian crystal chandeliers and magnificent frescos on the walls and ceilings. There are gilded stuccos everywhere, including the the ladies' room! The whole place reminds me of a treasure chest.
We finally got around to ordering some food - pricey but excellent. We had mains and dessert - all which were beautifully plated almost like a work of art in itself.
The cafe had an interesting mix of elegant Hungarians and tourists and the service was exemplary.
Worth visiting at least if not dining there.
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