Capa Contemporary Photography Center
Named after the Hungarian-born photographer and Magnum cofounder Robert Capa (born Endre Friedmann; 1913–54) and housed in a renovated...
A little Russian living room with lace tablecloths, wooden dressers, mismatched tea sets, hat stands and vintage lamps provides a...
Owned by the local wine society, Klassz is mostly about wine – Hungarian, to be precise – and here you can order by the 10cL measure...
VI Paulay Ede utca 53 · interesting places nearby
Falafel Faloda information
This inexpensive place just south of Budapest’s theatre district has Israeli-style nosh. You pay a fixed price to stuff a piece of pita bread or fill a plastic container from a great assortment of salads. It also has a good variety of soups. Loft seating above.