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Vintage Garden

Published by Saba Jalali — one year ago

Blog: Budapest diaries
Tags: Erasmus blog Budapest, Budapest, Hungary

Vintage Garden is one of those places that you constantly see your friends go to on Instagram. It's like you’re going through your stories on Instagram and there it is, one of your friends is there and then another one and then another one is posting a throwback picture there. You get the idea, so yea it's that type of place.

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I feel like it was already really built up in my head and so I had high expectations. I actually didn’t plan to go here though, the whole thing was that I was planning to meet with a friend for quite some time and it never worked out; I finally picked a date and told him to pick the place. He told me the location like two hours before we went there and I was like well might as well. I had wanted to go here for quite some time.

We went there on a Wednesday or a Thursday if I'm not mistaken, it was a weekday that’s all that matters. We didn’t have a reservation and they asked us about it. We were told to wait until they found a table for us. There were no free tables in the garden and so we sat inside.

They gave us the lunch/dinner menu and we told them that we just want drinks and maybe some pastries and so they brought us the desert menu. We ordered two lemonades and a cheesecake.

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The service was pretty decent; the place was crowded as hell and still managed it pretty well. As for the prices it weren’t too expensive, at least not the lemonades and the cheesecake; the cheesecake was so good that I can still taste it in my mouth. Like I'm not sugarcoating it but it was extremely soft and well done. Anyways, it's 3 am and I don’t plan on getting hungry right before I sleep so, focusing on the topic, as for the food I can’t give my opinion since we didn’t have any there. But if I do go again, I’ll make sure to write a review on everything.

Overall I would say that Vintage Garden is a very unique place, the decorations change according to seasons and so that makes it stand out even more. I would recommend this place for a short visit at least; I'm not sure about having meals there. Be sure to make a reservation because it's going to be impossible to get a table during peak hours or the weekends.


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