The cafe was closed but the deli section was open. They made us some delicious sandwiches that were dirt cheap, I had the Fott sonkas szendvics (ham and cheese)total bill was 2800HUF for both of us
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We came across this place by chance after a long walk. The young people running it were very welcoming and helpful, not just with menu advice, but also,with general information about the area - near to the Parliament. The food was great - juicy burger,...More
For a quick meal I would rate Culinaris as a good place, nothing fancy but good service and the food is quite nice but don't expect a culinary feast.
I like Cuinaris as a shop athough it is expensive ..I fancied an English breakfast...Eggs, bacon, beans, sausage ..What a disappointment but one has to remember this is not England I suppose.......The one egg must have come from the smallest of the small hens...The beans...More
the 'fresh' orange juice was certainly not fresh. When we enquired about it they didn't say anything other than it's fresh and 'i don't know'. We didn't drink it, but they still charged. Avocado was chopped up in cubes, never seen that before - completely...More
We stopped here for a quick lunch, and whilst everything was very nice we all found it a bit expensive for Budapest. My soup was delicious, but I was particularly disappointed with the cakes/bakes on offer.
Culinaris is offering a very cosy and a very friendly place either for breakfast or branch ! Although you don't have the appropriate space you will ask for in order to sit on a normal table (you might have to share your table with a...More
I shop here once in a while to source a few foodstuffs not generally available at local supermarkets. e.g. French yogurt and goats cheese and Orangina. Prices are reasonable but not for everything. Try the locally made cheese bread sticks in the bakery section -...More