Budapest is undersupplied when it comes to relaxed, unpretentious breakfast and brunch spots, mostly because locals generally eat breakfast at home. One of the exceptions is Kino, this breakfast-all-day café along the Grand Boulevard.
So what's so great about Kino? First, the interior is draped in movie posters as Kino shares the space with the ticketing area of a movie theater. Second, they make excellent egg-based brekfasts: go for the hearty "Hungarian" scrambled eggs that contains ham, sausage, tomatoes, and comes sprinkled with grated cheese. Third, Kino is fine with guests lingering here on a lazy Sunday morning for hours on end. And finally, the ever-changing selection of cakes on display taste as good as they look. The impressive-looking Baroque Revival building next door, Vígszínház, is one of the leading theaters of Budapest.