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The Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Budapest, District VII
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The Best Breakfast and Brunch Spots in Budapest, District VII

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Updated: 10 October 2017
Although Budapest is better viewed as the sum of its parts, District VII is easily the place where everything is happening. As such, it’s perhaps the district with more top-tier eateries than any other, especially if you’re looking for a mid-morning meal.

Solinfo Café

Cafe, European, $$$
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After the recent renovation, the wide selection of meals, drinks and snacks means that whatever your needs, there’s not much Solino Café can’t provide. The new design is modern and trendy and the café is also a showroom for the home and lighting store. Perhaps a good place to visit if you’ve recently moved to Budapest?

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The Goat Herder

Cafe, European, $$$
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Although it’s unlikely you’ll find yourself this deep in District VII, The Goat Herder is well worth a pit stop. With a range of high-quality sandwiches, muesli and pastries on offer, exceptionally friendly service and devout attention to coffee, this cosy spot is highly recommended.

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Stika

Cafe, European, $$$
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The aesthetic of this place draws people in, but it has stuck around primarily thanks to the breakfasts, which customers commonly describe as “the best in town.” However true that might be, there’s undisputedly a great deal of quality and energy put into the all-day breakfast menu, and the coffee isn’t to be snubbed either. With such recognition comes popularity, so bear in mind that you’ll have to queue when you visit—but you should.
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Mon - Wed:
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Thu - Sat:
8:00 am - 11:45 pm
Sun:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Sock’s Coffee

Cafe, European, $$$
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It’s not much to look at from the outside, but Sock’s Coffee is worth a visit for, yes, the coffee, but also the healthy treats, including snacks for those following paleo and gluten-free diets. They also have diabetic-friendly cakes and savoury bites, too. Sock’s is on the edge of the district, next to the Great Synagogue, which is the biggest in Europe. It’s a good place to start the day, with their wide selection of coffees, including their own house blend. If you stop by, don’t forget to bring a pen to leave your mark on the wall!

A café where you can draw on the wall ❤ #budapest #unicorns #birds

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WarmCup

Cafe, European, $$$
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You’ll find speciality coffee throughout Budapest, and WarmCup provides some of the best alongside a selection of delicious handmade foods—don’t leave without trying the quiche. When it comes to that oh-so-precious black liquid, there’s more than just espresso here, as the café offers light roast and even filter coffee. The owners want to open coffee culture to a wider group of people and are likely to persuade you to skip the milk or sugar.
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Mon - Fri:
9:00 am - 7:00 pm
Sat:
10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Blue Bird Cafe

Cafe, Bar, European, $$$
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