Wichmann is a must-see. This dimly-lit, grungy bar has been around since way before Kazinczy Street, the epicenter of the party district in the former Jewish Quarter, became popular. Wichmann feels like a time travel back to communist times, partly because the original interior from the opening in 1987 is still in place. Many of the regulars have been coming here for decades. The cheap drinks and the freshly prepared, delicious chicken cutlet sandwiches, served all night, attract an eclectic Hungarian crowd and more than make up for the watered down beer. The entrance has no signage so as to hide from rowdy tourists – please don’t be that.