At the beginning of the 1900s, Budapest was the real home of the coffee houses, ahead of the big European culture cities like Paris. According to an urban legend, in the last century at the opening season of the cafés they threw the keys of the shops into the Danube to show: A coffee house never closes, and wait for the guest as a second home – so there is no need for the keys!
The coffee houses had a soul – all the same, yet very different. Special coffee houses served for breakfast, professional meetings, or for the afternoon newspaper reading. The coffee houses were formed across Budapest as an entire network of connections, where everyone was welcome to return, besides writers, artists and politicians.
In this room we created for you the milieu of the coffee houses loved and attended by our famous litterateurs, poets and writers - which makes it perfect by the smell of the freshly grounded coffee.Book Now