Budapest has a strong coffee culture and Fekete Espresso Bar & Fekete Brew & Food is definitely one of the many reasons why. The most striking aesthetic feature of Fekete, which means “black” in Hungarian, is it perfect location and amazing inner courtyard. This is exactly the kind of place where you drop in, quickly grab a coffee to go and go on with your day. They don’t just offer great coffees, but also a range of dried fruits, handmade candies, fresh juices, plant-based snacks and locally made chocolates. The brew and food bar is where you can order coffee, sandwiches, pastries and tea. The main reason why people come here and their most popular menu item is their flat white. Their coffee range balanced: you can get the classics, but also the hip brews like aeropress and chemex. What makes this coffee shop different is its tiny, cosy pop-up looking feel and the feeling that your cup of coffee is served “right on the street.” They specialize in third wave artisan coffee and they’ve really managed to put their passion into the coffee brewing. If you want to try something new, their try casara – a cherry coffee bean brew. It’s not coffee, nor tea, but something to give your favourite coffee a run for its money.