Cafe Noe Cukraszda
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Bang in the heart of the historic Jewish quarter is the lovely Mikco Maloschik's cafe serving up frothy mugs of cappuccino and traditional Jewish teatime treats including big slabs of delicious Flodnu cake crammed full of poppyseed, apple, walnuts and plum jam oozing down its sides. Mikco also makes his own lip-smacking ice-cream and his wife bakes and decorates cakes for any occasion from birthdays to Bat Mitzvahs. To top it off the last word in kitsch goes to Mikco's marzipan rabbis - a kind of kosher Playmobil character. With the Judacaia Gallery and Bookshop just next door, Mikco's friendly little joint is one place you won't want to miss off any tour of district VII. Open: Monday - Thursday 10am - 7pm; Friday until 5pm. Closed weekends.
Editor & Budapest Local
Whether you're into kosher or not, this place is definitely worth trying. I was too full for dessert but the menu looked wonderful.
My friend and I tried separate cafes.Pity me, he tried Cafe Noe Cukraszda and I didn't. The sample he brought back was delicious, but there wasn't enough time to go back during our stay. Next time!