Bistro Déryné

Bistro in Castle District

Image by Jennifer Walker Lonely Planet

What used to be a traditional cafe near the entrance to the Alagút (the tunnel under Castle Hill), established the year WWI broke out, is now a stylish bistro with excellent breakfasts and more substantial meals (duck confit, wild boar paprikás, slow-braised beef brisket) throughout the day. Great horseshoe-shaped bar plus music, a lovely terrace, an open kitchen and always a warm welcome.