Are you a brunch lover? If yes then you've arrived in the city for you! Budapest serves up a variety of brunch restaurants all over the city. Whether your hunting down the best eggs benedict or a brunch that comes with a mimosa, you're sure to find something here. Brunch is a fun activity that can cure a hangover caused by last night's Bar Crawl or Booze Cruise.
Offering a sunny outdoor garden, Bordo Biztro has a relaxed atmosphere accompanied by friendly service. The brunch menu that is on offer includes a breakfast meal, a dessert and a variety of drink options. What better way to start the day than with a mimosa? The homemade Lemonades are also a specialty for Bordo - the strawberry mint is a favorite, accompanied by an eggs benedict with lashings of hollandaise sauce. This is surely what dreams are made of! But be aware that their special brunch menu is only available on a Saturday and Sunday.
If you’ve attended one of our Boat Parties or Bar Crawls the night before then Keksz has the perfect hangover cure for you. Their full English breakfasts are to die for. Not only do they come with the lot (bacon, eggs, mushrooms, baked beans, tomato, toast and sausage), but they are cheap as chips, making this a great option for students. The large portion sizes are also another winning factor. But the best part of eating at Keksz is that the breakfast menu is available all day. So, If you've woken up late and brunch is at 3pm for you, then you haven't missed out!
Quirky and unique Cirkusz has a range of healthy and non-healthy brunch items. If you're interested in something healthy to help recuperate from Budapest's nightlife then the homemade granola with fresh fruit is just the ticket. Or you can grab an iced coffee with a shot of baileys added inside it - another great way to complete the cure! Cirkusz is the perfect place for a hangover activity for a hen party.
Most (which means “now” in Hungarian) has the brunch menu with the most! It offers a wide selection of items from eggs benedict to a chicken quesadilla. It also offers Gluten free and vegetarian friendly options. So, no matter what you feel like there is something here for everybody. Their exciting brunch menu includes an assortment of different drinks, desserts and meals in one price. Make sure to visit on a Saturday or Sunday as the special brunch menu isn't available all week. Most also make a fantastic Bellini (Champagne with peach juice) that can be drank outside In their atmospheric garden.
The strong aroma of coffee is the first thing that you smell when you walk in the door at Stika. The first sign you've arrived to a perfect brunch restaurant. The distinctive coffee made by professional baristas at Stika are a must have. They also offer a range of specialty milks such as soy and almond milk. Their decadent pancakes topped with maple syrup and fresh fruit are a go to. Stika has a great atmosphere and very accommodating staff. The relaxed vibe adds to the brunching experience.
Unlimited mimosas, beer, wine, prosecco and a full brunch menu! The bottomless brunch boat cruise offers it all. Not only does this brunch cater to all your food and drink desires, but it also cruises up and down the Danube, giving you the ultimate view of the city's most beautiful sites. Imagine sipping your mimosa whilst cruising past Budapest's stunning Parliament building. It doesn’t get much better than that! The first boat of the season will be on Sunday, May 6th - check our website for more details!
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