Two blocks from the Four Seasons Hotel and on the edge of the Vörösmarty Square one finds the medium sized Café Dorottya. Complete with modest decoration, FREE WIFI and the best service in Budapest, Vathy Tamas, son the proprietor, makes you feel at home while he shares information on local activities and Hungarian wine! mmmm.
Don’t forget to try one of the lovely desert wines, such as the “Chateau Megyer Tkaji Aszu” The menu has a good selection of vegetarian dishes and delicious deserts. Part of the cheese selection is imported by the Café directly from Italy
Their coffee selection is one of the better that we have found in Budapest.
On weekend evenings, the Café Dorottya turns into a bar, bringing together a mixed crowd of locals and tourists.
OPEN HOURS: 9:00am-8:30pm Mon-Sat 4:00pm-8:30pm Sunday
Beautiful Bookstore Cafe with Free wireless internet. The Cafe offers fresh fruit juices, wine, tea coffee and assorted baked treats.
Although a smaller shop, Abaco Libros manages to have a broad selection of Spanish, as well as English, books. This is literary hub of Cartagena and the Place to find out about current Cultural events; just ask at the counter. Cartagena is a City being constantly visited by the finest performers from all over the world, in Music, Theater, Dance, literature, … if one spends time here on a hot day interesting people and conversations can be had. A mecca for culture – definitely an early stop on your itinerary.
The best coffee in Cartagena also opened every day (rare) located at a small square in the old city across from the Universidad of Cartagena.
The shop has Wireless Internet Service all you need to do is buy a coffee or a pastry and ask the cashier for the code, this will give you about 30 minutes connection service so just buy another coffee and you will get more minutes.
The pastries are OK, but if you are into sweetening your palate, order a gelato from the adjacent ice cream shop. On the second floor is a pizza parlour, not bad (though it’s no Pizza al Parque); order personal pizzas at the Ice Cream Counter
Juan Valdez is also a great place to buy souvenirs and beautiful Colombian coffee to prepare at home!
Romanian cuisine is a bit on the heavy and very meat oriented, this place was a blessing on our path with plenty vegetarian options, The cafe is part of Veritas, a Christian organization doing social work in Romania.
The Café has internet Access in the basement . You can also buy beautiful ceramics and other handcrafts which proceeds go to the poor.on
The menu consists of Lasagna, Veggie chili, grilled cheese sandwiches, quiches, soups, muffins, and a variety of delicious pies ( Apple and Blackberry, Apple and Raisin) and a good selection of cookies and cakes and the and toasted sarnies ain’t ‘ave bad too!