Budapesters have never quite gotten over the loss of their pre-WWII café culture, when nationally known writers and journalists held court, spending their entire day hunched over a manuscript and a coffee cup. Some of the historic cafés remain open to this day, and are well worth a visit – Café Gerbeaud and Centrál on the Pest side, and the 18th century coffee house Angelika over in Buda, but the guest at the next table is more likely to be a backpacker than a bard.
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Despite only opening in 2007, this place describes itself as being the First Strudel House of Pest, although we suspect the 'First' refers to the quality as in …