En route to Chain Bridge, we came across a little Cafe called 'Cafe Lanchid Sorozo' which was filled with vintage photographs, posters and other random (yet old) objects. I was so impressed with the place that I reviewed it on Trip Advisor there and then haha! The hot chocolate was also very tasty which is always a bonus in these places, after all, it's all very well looking the part but a restaurant/cafe needs to provide decent tasting food and drink too!
|Cafe Lanchid, Budapest (situated on the Buda side of Budapest near to Chain Bridge)|
|Boy George / Post War Sweetheart hybrid woman|
|Some of the posters and vintage photographs which lined the walls of Cafe Lanchid|
|My lovely hot chocolate|
That evening we were picked up by Anita and Gabor (my other relatives, Anita is Egon from the previous post's sister) who drove us to their little apartment in the outskirts of Budapest. Here we ate some lovely Hungarian stew (which was a vegetarian dish) and were given the option to try a variety of traditional Hungarian desserts including the homemade biscuits pictured below, which were shortbread type biscuits with a sweet jam centre! LAVLY JABBLY. We also had some chestnut paste thing which was really tasty but quite rich and then a quarter of a watermelon. It was a random evening, but I loved it!