Cafe Brunch Budapest - Bazilika
Our 4th Cafe Brunch restaurant is now open, in downtown Budapest in the famous Zrínyi street. Our all-day breakfast restaurant is walking distance from St. Stephen's Basilica and even from the Chain Bridge or the parliament building. We look forward to welcoming you to our brand new restaurant, where we are serving our sumptuous Hungarian and international breakfast and brunch all day long. Enjoy the large outside terrace with panoramic views of St. Stephen's Basilica or come inside the historic building, which used to be the downtown palace of the Festetics family and now it houses the Central European University (CEU). The restaurant is air-conditioned and seats up to 65 people. The terrace has 70 seats.
Our food is delicious and you can choose from the all time favourites like avocado toast, Eggs Benedict, Eggs Royale or even Eggs Imperial with caviar. We also serve Hungarian scrambled eggs or Hungarian omelette and also sweet dishes like pancakes with Nutella, pastries and croissants which are baked in our own bakery fresh every morning.
We now have 5 brunch places in Budapest serving breakfast and a light lunch. Our famous Hungarian Goulash soup is a perfect way to top up your energy levels or try our classic Caesar salad with grilled prawns.
See our full menu here.
M3 underground - Arany János utca
Everyday: 8.00 a.m. - 4.00 p.m.
Please note that the kitchen closes 30 minutes before the closing time of the restaurant
You can only reserve a table for the inside of our restaurant. For our terrace we are not able to reserve tables.
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Book a table online
We very much look forward to seeing you soon in our Cafe Brunch Budapest - Bazilika breakfast restaurant. Below you can easily and quickly book a table online. Please read the below point carefully, so your visit is as enjoyable as possible:
You can only reserve a table for the inside of our restaurant. For our terrace we are not able to reserve tables. Of course if there are empty seats available when you arrive, you can sit on the terrace, but the booking is for the inside.
Here you can book a table for any day of the week, including the weekend. For larger groups we strongly recommend booking a table to avoid prolonged waiting times. For larger groups of 6 people and above we ask for a non-refundable deposit of EUR 10/person. This will be deducted from your final bill, but will not be refunded in case of a no-show.
We can hold your reservation for 15 minutes, so we kindly ask you to arrive on time.
Thank You and look forward to seeing you soon.
St. Stephen's Basilica and Zrínyi Street: A Glimpse into Budapest's Rich History and Architectural Splendour
Budapest, the capital city of Hungary, is renowned for its stunning architecture and historical landmarks. Among its many gems, St. Stephen's Basilica and Zrínyi Street stand as testament to the city's rich history and cultural heritage. These two iconic attractions offer visitors a captivating journey through time, showcasing architectural marvels and captivating stories that have shaped Budapest into the vibrant metropolis it is today.
Standing majestically in the heart of Budapest, St. Stephen's Basilica, or Szent István Bazilika as it is known in Hungarian, is one of the city's most significant religious sites. Named after Stephen I, the first King of Hungary, this magnificent basilica is a testament to the grandeur of neoclassical architecture. Construction of the basilica began in 1851 and lasted for over 50 years, with the final touches completed in 1905.
Upon approaching the basilica, visitors are greeted by its impressive facade, adorned with intricate sculptures and elegant columns. The central dome, reaching a height of 96 meters (315 feet), dominates the Budapest skyline, offering breathtaking panoramic views of the city from its observation deck. Inside, the basilica's interior is equally awe-inspiring, with its lavish decorations and ornate design. The main altar, crafted from exquisite marbles and adorned with intricate mosaics, is a sight to behold. One of the basilica's most treasured relics is the Holy Right Hand, the mummified right hand of King Stephen I, which is displayed in a glass case for pilgrims and visitors to admire.
St. Stephen's Basilica is not only a place of worship but also a venue for cultural events and concerts. Its exceptional acoustics make it an ideal location for musical performances, attracting renowned artists from around the world. The annual St. Stephen's Day celebrations, held on August 20th, draw thousands of locals and tourists to witness the grandiose fireworks and enjoy the festive atmosphere surrounding the basilica.
Leading from St. Stephen's Basilica, you can stroll along Zrínyi street, all the way to the Danube and the Chain Bridge. This vibrant street named after Miklós Zrínyi, who was a Croatian and Hungarian military leader, statesman and poet, is full of great restaurants and cafes. Among others you will find our breakfast restaurant here called Cafe Brunch Budapest - Bazilika, about half way between St. Stephen's Basilica and the Chain Bridge, on the corner of Zrínyi street and Nador street.