If Jedermann Café had a sister location on the Buda side, it would be a lot like BÉLA. This atmospheric space is part café, part restaurant, and part bar, with an eclectic interior featuring wooden floors, Persian carpets, and greenery hanging from the high ceiling. There are plenty of nooks and crannies—look upstairs and in the back—meaning that BÉLA works well for dates nights, too. In fact, it works well for pretty much anything, as evidenced by a full house of locals most evening. This all-welcoming, homey bar is situated on Bartók Béla Boulevard, further proving that the neighborhood is the most versatile on the Buda side of the Danube currently.
The limited food menu features scrambled eggs (served all day;€4), a couple of soups (€3), and unremarkable sandwiches (€5). You're best off going for the túrógombóc, a plump, sweet-tart cottage cheese dumpling popular in Hungary and drenched in tasty apricot jam at BÉLA (€3).