Inspired by a trip to Melbourne, this cozy little café in Madách tér has a passion for great coffee. Situated around two minutes on foot from the city’s central Deák Ferenc tér at the intersection of metro lines 1, 2 and 3, this place is an ideal choice for your last coffee before the evening theatre. My Little Melbourne is known for its advanced latte art and delicious espresso-based drinks, but it is also great for breakfast and pastries. The brew bar offers syphon, chemex, aeropress or pour over methods. A variety of teas, freshly made juices, pastries, salads and sandwiches complement the excellent coffee.
Baristas are multilingual, attentive and friendly and several of them have been awarded prizes at international competitions – last year, one lady came eighth in world rankings and another grabbed the fifth position at Hungarian LatteArt Championships. No wonder the place has been listed as serving some of the best coffee in Budapest! As one English-language website writes, “Though I wouldn’t expect Melbourne roast profiles as the name might imply. Rather, head here if you find yourself hungry (pun intended) for something milk-based. A hankering that might hit you more often than you expect in the fresh dairy wastelands of Budapest, where only the odd café like this has its milk delivered daily from a single Hungarian farm.”
Where? Madách Imre út 3. (Madách tér), just off Deák Ferenc tér and Károly körút