Magyar Pálinka Háza
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Uránia National Cinema
This art-deco/neo-Moorish extravaganza is a tarted-up film palace. It has an excellent cafe on the 1st floor overlooking Rákóczi út.
The sister eatery of Parázs Presszó, with simpler dishes, has become the pre-club chow down venue of choice in central Pest.
Magyar Pálinka Háza information
Lonely Planet review
This large shop stocks hundreds of varieties of pálinka, a kind of eau-de-vie flavoured with a number of fruits and berries. Don’t go for anything stronger than 40% as it interferes with the taste of the fruit.