When you’re looking at where to eat in Budapest, don’t miss out on our traditional milk bars. Celebrating all things dairy, Cserpes Tejivo is definitely the best place to see this tradition in action. Perfect for breakfast, this place have tonnes of authentic pastries on offer to help you start your day the right way. They also serve really yummy salads and sandwiches, Kakaós Csiga is my favourite. While you’re here, try one of our most famous Bohemian desserts; Chimney cake. A long roll of pastry, we usually eat this delicacy as part of a Christmas tradition but you can sample it year-round all over the city. You can have a simple version coated in sugar or coconut, or you can have them filled with ice cream, fruit, nuts and all manner of things! They’re really delicious and something you must try while in the city. With friendly staff and huge windows making the café light and airy, Cserpes Tejivo is great for a relaxed meal and one of the best places to eat like a local in Budapest.