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Budapest Café

During our last ReConnect Hungary reunion the Hungarian food that we ordered sadly wasn’t… Hungarian. So this time we decided to eat at an Upper East Side restaurant that’s actually owned by Hungarians.

It’s called Budapest Café, which is funny because when we were in Budapest we ate at a place called New York Café!

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The restaurant is small but inviting, and we pretty much took up the whole space with our group!

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We all ordered authentic Hungarian dishes and were excited when they arrived looking just like we remembered them.

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We made sure to order several desserts as well. You know, for old times’ sake!

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The Budapest Café is right by the new Second Avenue Subway, so we decided to take a peek at it on our way home.

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Look at how clean the tracks are! Before long they’ll be black and covered in trash just like the other subway lines!

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It’s always fun seeing my favorite Hungarians. Can’t wait for the next reunion!

~A

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