Szimply is a teeny-tiny breakfast-all-day restaurant in the cobble-stoned courtyard of a pre-war downtown building. Partly thanks to a New York Times article that featured Szimply (Budapest is #50), it's next to impossible to find an open table at this closet-sized breakfast nook.

They serve pricey, on-trend breakfast foods like a generously packed avocado toast topped with tarragon, kohlrabi, and roasted garlic (€11). There are also vegetable and fruit juices, including an acai kombucha (€3). The menu changes seasonally, but it's usually heavy on vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options. Note that in the spirit of good health, Szimply doesn't serve alcohol.

The crowd, as you may have already guessed, is chic, and mainly international. Coffee is delivered from Kontakt, a specialty coffee shop across the alley from Szimply and run by the same owners, with a strict "no americano" and "no sugar" policy.