I just found this fantastic cake shop at Döbrentei tér, hiding right by the foot of the church.Tiny Asztalka Cukrászda is undoubtedly a place to visit that is not flooded by tourist but gives an unforgettable memory from Budapest. Márta, the owner is just as sweet as her cakes and drinks.
Vintage Bambi sign, Budapest, Hungary - Bambi is one of the few places that recall the mood of cafes and bistros during the 70ies and 80ies. It is worth planning a breakfast or an afternoon coffee while discovering the city. It's by the Buda end of Margaret Bridge. The terrace is great in warm weather.
Muhely Café and Art Gallery with the best croissant in town and great programs. it is also available for private parties and exhibitions
Baldaszti's ZONA is a great wine bar on the BUda side near ChainBridge. They also have a small gourmet market store
Déryné is a great restaurant with piano music and a local bakery too... check out their facebook page! It is a short tram ride from Castle Hill and Kaplar (about 20 min) or max 10 minutes by taxi.
Manna Lounge, on top of the Tunnel is real treat. It is a short drive from the Buda apartments, about 10 minutes max. Mind the many steps that lead up to it.
Good company, good food and art meets here in this cozy café. It is very child-friendly too and is right next door to Studio11. A local favourite!
Cafe Pierrot Restaurant - Also up in the Castle, great both inside and outside (5 minutes walk from Castle Hill, 15 minutes from Kaplar apartments)
Arany Kaviár (Golden Caviar) Restaurant - oh, yes, this is the place to eat CAVIAR (2 minutes from Castle Hill, 10 minutes from Kaplar apartments)
21 Hungarian Bistro up in the Castle with fantastic food (5 minutes walk from Castle Hill, 15 minutes walk from KAPLAR)