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Kisüzem opened up at the end of the year 2011 at the 'bar district' of Budapest at Klauzál square.Daytime everything is given to the classic coffeehouse atmosphere: 2 creative guys at the kitchen, wireless internet, fresh daily press and specially...more
Ordered soup, the food came out very quickly and tasted great.
The place is designed nicely, the from bar looks like it's made from gray building bricks.
The staff were helpful and the price seemed fair.
I recommend it especially for lunch.
Regards from Israel!
I visited Kisuzem on my first day in Budapest after a busy morning sightseeing. It was mid afternoon and very hot so I was ready for a beer or two.
The Soproni was cold and refreshing and the place wasn't busy so it was nice...More
I don't like giving 1 star reviews, but the way how I was treated here didn't really leave me any other chance. Getting in the place I was trying to figure out, how one of the dishes were made, so I asked a question. On...More
All three bartenders weren’t friendly whatsoever, and two of them were straight up rude. Worst vibes to end a trip in a great city like Budapest. Also they don’t make cocktails despite Google saying they have great cocktails, & we were told that very rudely.
Hey, it was a nice place and chill vibe but the customer service was terrible! Unfriendly staff and then I waited for an hour for my toasted sandwich and they never even brought it! I ended up walking out after I asked about it and...More
We were headed to a different bar in the Jewish Quarter at 3 PM for an afternoon beer. It didn’t open until 4 PM so we backtracked to Kisuzem. Once checking out the interior we decided to stay. Nice music at low volume, interesting “ruinish”...More
District VII is the very heart of Budapest and houses the city’s Jewish Quarter. Its streets are lively and colorful, its buildings narrate different histories in an assortment of architectural styles, and its cafes and bars are frequented and loved by the enthusiastic crowds. Grand and magnificent, the striking star of the district is the Great Synagogue, the largest in Europe and one of the biggest in the world. Distinctly
Moorish in style, crowned by the twin onion shaped domes, the Synagogue is the very emblem of District VII and one of the main attractions in the capital.
In a nutshell these are poorly designed pubs located in old and abandoned buildings, selling alcohol. As decoration they often use junk like old garden furniture, housekeeping equipments and parts of rusty vehicles. Worth to... More
In a nutshell these are poorly designed pubs located in old and abandoned buildings, selling alcohol. As decoration they often use junk like old garden furniture, housekeeping equipments and parts of rusty vehicles. Worth to see :)