MANU+ is the second location of Pizza Manufaktura, a wildly popular pizza joint not far from here, near Corvinus University. The good news is that this one doesn't usually get as mobbed by people as the original space, meaning that you won't have to wait longer than a few minutes before devouring a Naples-style pie, which is what MANU+ specializes in.
Instead of the traditional wood-burning method, they use a gas-fired oven, but the pizzas nonetheless exhibit the signature Neapolitan signs: an airy crust speckled with leopard spots and a soft center drizzled with few but flavorful ingrendients. Go for the classic margherita (€6), or pizzicare (€8), which tops the margherita base with spicy salami and cherry tomatoes. Cash only!
There's also a time-travel element to visiting MANU+: The pizzeria is hidden inside the spooky courtyard of an 1852 building laid with wood blocks. Miklós Ybl designed the building, the same 19th-century starchitect who spearheaded the Hungarian State Opera and parts of the Buda Castle.