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Fröhlich Cukrászda information
This kosher cake shop and cafe in the former ghetto, dating back to 1953, makes and sells old Jewish favourites (230Ft to 450Ft) such as flódni (a scrumptious three-layer cake with apple, walnut and poppy-seed fillings) as well as holiday sweets.
For Purim there is kindli (cookies with nuts or poppy seeds) and hamentaschen (‘pocket’ biscuits filled with nuts and poppy seeds or apricot jam) and for Rosh Hashanah, lekach (honey and nut pastry).