Csiga is a popular café and restaurant in the increasingly trendy outer District 8, a bit outside the city center. The neighborhood, situated just beyond the Grand Boulevard, is rising to cool-status as locals are starting to eschew the throngs of the party district.
While the food is unlikely to blow your mind, Csiga's main attraction is the unpretentious, all-welcoming space featuring a dramatically high ceiling and lots of wood and greenery. Csiga has long been known as a cute hideaway where both locals and visitors can feel at home, and one that works equally well for a plate of scrambled eggs in the morning (served until noon) and a beer at night. Recently, however, they've raised the prices, leading to an erosion of local patrons and leaving the space mostly to tourists.