Called in to this little coffee shop to dodge the rain. Nice and friendly service. hot chocolate was good and the layered walnut cake was lovely. At no point did we feel rushed to leave and we sat out some of the rain for a...More
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The building is atmospheric and a welcome escape from the torrential rain. We were ignored for some time and we couldn't work out whether it was table service or whether we should order from the counter as no one made eye contact with us -...More
A very nice place , warm and great service Price are relatively low. The place looks like a tradition Hungarian old type They serve the tea with Honey in case you want plus the best Crema pastry in Budapest Highly recommended !
An unexpected surprise. While walking close to the bridge this small coffee and desert place. Try some of the traditional deserts.
The Auguszt has been going since 1870 and inevitably has had some tough times - the original building was destroyed in World War Two and then there was the communists' hostility to privately-owned enterprises. It has to be said that the Auguszt doesn't retain much...More
Auguszt was on my list of new places to try. As it turns out, our Buda Food Tour through Taste of Hungary with Andrea made it our first stop for coffee, pogacsa and pastry. Andrea explained the history of the very old family business and...More
It's on a busy, large street, close to Ferenciek Ter. Interesting interiors with large art, the selection of cakes was ok, a friend of mine joined me, we had the Quiche and Toros slice (a cream cheese slice with pastry base). The Toros was a...More
A historic cafe in name, its been operated by members of the Auguszt family for 140 years, that is some family history linage! The cafe itself is lovely with mix of old and modern decor. The cake and dessert display is dazzling to the eyes...More