My Little Melbourne Coffee & Brew Bar

When it opened in 2012, My Little Melbourne was one of the first specialty coffee shops in Budapest so it quickly gained a cult following and today the company operates several locations across the city. This first one, on Madách tér, is smack in the middle of the fashionable and sometimes touristy-heavy Jewish Quarter.

They make filter coffees with surgical precision using V60, Chemex, and AeroPress equipment and there's also espresso-based drinks like cappuccino and an array of cakes and breakfast pastries. Price points aren't low, but My Little Melbourne is no more expensive than other specialty cafés in Budapest.

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