Best Coffee Shops In Budapest

Budapest is one of the most beautiful European cities with flourishing coffee culture. In this big city, it becomes difficult to spot a perfect coffee shop. Especially if you are new to Budapest, and want to explore the coffee scene here in the least time, you need to find the best ones.  Here are some of the most popular,credible or known coffee brands in Budapest.

Espresso Embassy

Espresso Embassy isn’t just one of the most popular coffee brands in Budapest but also an ideal specialty coffee hotspot in the city. You can find their downtown cafe where they make hand pour-overs with Hario V60. Also, check their espresso-based drinks made with the slick Victoria Arduino machine. Espresso Embassy also offers a wide range of delicious cakes made from plant-based ingredients you hardly even heard of.

Visit them: Budapest, Arany János u. 15, 1051 Hungary.

Double Shot

Double Shot offers the top quality coffee where according to them, every cup of coffee they serve is doubled. They believe to give you more than you expect, and that is with the quality and quantity. There are various coffee blends and espresso-based drinks including batch brew shot and seasonal cold brew. This is also a great place for having brunch, wines, and beer as well.

Visit them: Budapest, Veres Pálné u. 33, 1053 Hungary.

Coffee Shop 64

Coffee Shop 64 is named simply after the street number and the cafe is only two years old. But over this short span of time, it gained huge popularity among coffee enthusiasts in Budapest.  You can choose from the wide variety of coffee blends and drinks they offer with their freshly-made croissants. Coffee Shop 64 may be a small coffee place but it is cozy, friendly and full of welcoming vibe.

Visit them: Budapest, Rákóczi út 64, 1074 Hungary.


Kontakt Budapest is a specialty coffee shop which is a must place for coffee geeks to go when they are in Budapest. You will find the cafe inside the pre-war downtown building’s cobble stoned courtyard. The place exists with the minimalistic interior design but heavily-bearded staff. They are super friendly at the Kontakt, for sure. You will find the customers busy on their smartphones at the cafe, seem quite like hip cafè from Brooklyn. They have a no-sugar straightforward policy where there is no milk to add in their drip coffees.  A lot of coffee geeks order nitro brew there which is one of the only places in Budapest that serves it.

Visit them: Budapest, Károly krt. 22, 1052 Hungary.

Tamp and Pull

Tamp and Pull was one of the factors responsible for the kick starting of the specialty coffee scene in Hungary. They are one of the trusted brands in specialty coffee in Budapest. They were selling a fancy cup of coffees in the former socialist republic known as a bold business strategy. It changed over the years when the hipness revolution took over the city back a few years ago. It is owned by Attila Molnar who came 6th in the World Barista Championships in Atlanta.

Visit them: Budapest, Czuczor u. 3, 1093 Hungary.

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