Fekete kutya (the black dog) is my new favorite place in the Jewish district.
During the day it is a calm retreat (and a nice place to work) but it gets busy at night as regular guests flood in to have a bite and attend some film screenings since Fekete kutya is working with a film club. Sometimes the crew also throws concerts and parties.
The bar has a small cozy corner with some books for those in need of reading. On the other side, the wall is painted in a street art way. For some sun bathing (well, we’ll have to be patient a bit till the sun comes back!) the bar has very cool terrace tables facing the street (next to traffic though).
The other big attraction is the food, that I found quite remarkable for a bar like that. It’s simple but tasty and they serve more than just peanuts and chips. Frankly I’m not a big fan of “cooked liver” but I tried the “sült maj” for Ft 500 served with white bread and homemade pickles. It was delicious! And there are more Hungarian tapas on the menu. On tap, they got lots of nice Czech beers and fruity Hungarian syrups!
All that is nicely and warmly served. Love it!
Fekete kutya | Bars, Cinemas, Coffee & tea, Snacks | Beer (pint) HUF 480
Dob utca 31 | +36205605856
Mon – Wed 11:00 – 00:00, Thu – Fri 11:00 – 03:00, Sat 15:00 – 03:00, Sun 15:00 – 00:00