On my last day in Budapest, we went to Napos Oldal Öko Café for the last time. My addiction for “vegetable pancakes“, or “Zöldséges palacsinta” in Hungarian has grown rapidly. I got them again with curry-flavoured Israeli couscous and some sweet-and-sour veggie mix (reminded me of Kimchi).
No more pretty photos this time since I packed my camera beauty away. I also had a vegan rhubarb slice (I don’t know what is it, but I believe it’s rhubarb). I hate rhubarbs, but the crust was dry and not too sweet. I guess desserts here in Hungary aren’t that exceptionally sweet.
And don’t forget their fabulous vegan sandwiches because they taste so damn good.
We brought back two vegan sandwiches (hot dog with grilled vegetables and seitan-style, known as Szejtános szendvics). I regretted for not buying more of these because I didn’t know what they would taste like. It’s hard though when you buy things you never taste: you either dislike it or love it more.
I’ve also wrote another post about this cafe (my first visit including the better looking photos). It can be found here.