La nube is a café/tapas bar in the increasingly hip Újbuda neighborhood. The main appeal of this Hungarian-Spanish, family-run operation is the warm and welcoming atmosphere and the diverse crowd which mainly comes from the neighborhood. On a typical day, patrons might comprise parents with young children (there's a kids' corner), hipsters typing away on their iPhones, and aging locals sipping glasses of San Miguel that comes straight from the tap.

Their tapas offerings aren't going to blow your mind, although the chorizo al vino and the tosta la nube are tasty, and the egg-based all-day-breakfast items are prepared reliably. Go for the “La Nube poached eggs” which consist of two slices of toasted bread topped with smoked salmon and poached eggs that are swimming in a mayo-based sauce (the salmon can be swapped for serrano ham). They serve new-wave coffee, no filter coffee though, and a range of Spanish red and white wines. La Nube’s intimate setting is best for small groups, who’re looking for a break from the downtown hustle and bustle.