Coffeegrinders. Lots of coffeegrinders and even more signs cover the walls of Csészényi Kávézó. There has to be a connection between the prohibition of begging, chocolate advertisements and coffee company shares, because together they create a pretty nice traditional atmosphere. Also, they guarantee that you won’t get bored while waiting for your coffee (in case you already know the guidebook by heart), as you could spend quite some time browsing through the items on permanent exhibition.
I really love tiled stoves, and Csészényi has a beautiful greenish one to complement the inner warmth hot coffee gives us from the outside. Talking about coffee, the beans are roasted in Csészényi, so you get a really fresh brew, and you can even buy the roasted beans for take-away.
In addition to the fine cakes, the place has croissants, toast and bagel sandwiches on offer. Sipping a glass of wine or ‘correcting’ your coffee with something solid won’t be a problem either.
Csészényi, meaning cup-sized is just what its name suggests: a warm, cozy spot to fill you up.