Kino is a laid-back, breakfast-all-day restaurant set along Budapest's Grand Boulevard. The interior is draped in movie posters as Kino occupies the ticketing area of an independent movie theater. The low-priced and tasty breakfast dishes are served seven days a week—when in doubt, go for the hearty "Hungarian" scrambled eggs packing bacon, sausage, tomatoes, and a sprinkle of grated cheese (€3). Also, the ever-changing selection of cakes taste just as good as they look.

Kino doesn't mind lingering—it's not uncommon that customers settle in with their laptops for hours on end on a late Sunday morning. And in case you've wondered, the impressive-looking Baroque Revival building next door is Vígszínház, one of the leading theaters of Budapest.