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Café
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Clark Ádám tér (Lánchíd u.)
Budapest, Budapest 1013
Monday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Tuesday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Wednesday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Thursday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Friday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Saturday
10:00am - 11:00pm
Sunday
10:00am - 11:00pm

Tips

  • Arrogant waiter, don't accept cards.
  • After Work Happy Hour: BUY 1 GET 1 FREE Borsodi draft beer, the local beer. From 6 to 9 pm, every day in April. Who said being a city explorer is not hard work?
  • letem leglassbb kiszolglsa, 1 kv lefzse, 10 perc...
  • Coffee break classic at Clark Adam square. 100% Arabica, 100% terracce, 100% Buda.
  • 145th birthday on 02/Mar/2015, 2nd Funicular in the WORLD. Shorter lines at the upper station. Get your cameras ready. Enjoy the view!
  • Just a bite to try? Now, we're serving (4)bite size Krts Kalcs, a traditional Hungarian pastry from the Szkely Land. Baked on a wooden spit, rolled slowly on an open fire until golden.
  • Feeling chilly? Come inside, take a seat, enjoy the view. A glass of spicy mulled wine?
  • From December the terrace is turned into an all window - winter garden - pavilion. Covered and heated with a perfect view of the Chain Bridge, Budapest. Beautiful night lights.
  • Mulled wine for rainy days. Choose from red or white.
  • If you don't want to stand in line for the Funicular at Clark Adam square, walk up to the castle (road behind Clark Picnic) and take the Funicular on your way back. No line at the upper station.
  • Kids' favourite: chocolate milk with cream
  • Cute fall-winter decor.
  • Caff with a view. The Tunnel at Clark Adam square (never named) was designed by Adam Clark (born 14-8-1811, Edinburgh, died 23-7-1866, Buda). He married a Hungarian and settled down in Buda.
  • Salami puccia. Tasty. Grilled crispy if you prefer.
  • If you want to take a picture of the Hungarian Parliament building from the Buda side, from Clark Adam square take Bus 86 or Tram 41.
  • Around the 1900s Lnchd Beer Pub was serving 5 barrels of beer a day. The pub was located to the left of the caf, currently the greyish castle wall behind the pine trees.
  • Serving homemade, Hungarian style strudel: RTES by Viki.
  • "God had chosen every man to fulfill a special task in life" Count Istvan Szchenyis ambition was to connect Buda and Pest to create the grand capital of Hungary. The Chain Bridge was built (1840-48)
  • The Funicular next to the caf is only 100m long but one of the most important forms of transportation in the Castle District when built in 1868. The structure was extremely modern, the 2nd in Europe.
  • Freshly squeezed orange juice at Clark Picnic.