Jégbüfé (“Ice Buffet” in Hungarian) is a place where you can try tasty desserts and cakes or sip your morning coffee. This cake shop was opened in the 1950s and still preserves the communist spirit of those days.
Its dining room stands out – there are no seats, only a long counter along the walls and by the window. Standing there and consuming your snack, you can observe the busy Ferenciek Square outside. Also the buying process is unique – first you pick your desired pastry, then go to the cashier and pay for your order, after that take your receipt back to the counter and pick up your selection.