Madal Cafe

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    ( 12 reviews )
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Hollan Erno u 3, Budapest, Hungary, 1136

Vegetarian coffee shop serving organic coffee and espresso drinks alongside a selection of sweets like cakes and raw cookies, plus a some meal options like breakfast ciabatta, salad, and piadina. Since 2013. Open Mon-Fri 7:30am-7:30pm, Sat-Sun 8:30am-7:30pm.

Categories: Vegan-friendly, Lacto, Ovo, Italian, Take-out, Bakery

12 Reviews

First Review by p.repka

Proper way to make tea - Edit

I had the raw vegan cake with a tea. They were both good. They serve the tea loose in a tea pot with a timer specific for the type of team. I love it because most cafes don’t give the same attention to tea that they give to coffee.

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lovely busy cafe - Edit

Busy cafe, great staff. Coffee is delicious.

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Favourite cafe in Budapest! - Edit

A perfect place to hang out and work, love the atmosphere here.

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Best Coffe - Edit

This is my favorite place, because I can order my coffee with rice milk, oat milk, almond milk and I can find vegan desserts as well. Their coffee is always perfect, and the baristas are really kind and helpful.

Pros: relaxing place, friendly staff, good quality good price

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Best coffee in town - Edit

Madal is probably my absolute favourite cafe in Budapest. Super friendly and knowledgable staff, tasty vegan treats (I usually go for the bon bons, all flavours are great), and definitely the best coffee! Before going vegan I used to love going to 3rd wave coffeeshops but I found that many of those struggle to make the milky drinks nice with plant based 'milks' - not an issue at all at Madal. I'd recommend asking for oatmilk, but they also offer rice (not personally a huge fan of that though).
They also have a bigger location more centrally, at Ferenciek tere.

Pros: best (vegan) coffee in town, friendly staff, vegan snacks

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Great coffee - Edit

Loved the latte with ricemilk and the vegan tischler. Nice place for a little coffee break. The barista was very friendly and happy to explain me about vegan coffee and how they achive a good fosm from ricemilk. :)

Pros: Great coffee, Vegan treats, Nice and friendly personal

Cons: The enterior could be improved

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Vegan truffles - Edit

I tasted some vegan truffles (spirulina & mint, cardamom & almond, chocolate...) and they were all very good.

Friendly staff and nice African coffee. Perhaps too expensive according to Budapest standards.

Good to try if you are in the area!

Pros: Vegan options , Nice coffee , Friendly staff

Cons: Not cheap

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Disappointed. - Edit

I went this cafe, after read all good reviews about here.
And it was so disappointed. I don't understand why this cafe is a vegan place. It's just a regular and nothing special. I checked some bread or cookies for vegetarian and there were one or two simple chocolate cookies and nothing else. And Staffs were unkind. So unpleasant experience.

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Coffee Spot with some vegan treats - Edit

I'm not a coffee drinker, though the menu and smells were impressive. Madal came up on a vegan search for the area as they have bon bons and macaroons that are vegan. They were good and a nice little snack to take on the way to Margaret Island. They also serve croissants, muffins, etc (not vegan). really nice staff.

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tasty coffees and bonbons in a nice atmosphere! - Edit

Me and my friend have visited 'Madal Café'(coffeeshop)twice.
The staff is very friendly.They serve tasty and lovely cappuccino and other nice coffees.
We also loved the raw vegan bonbons such as 'hungarian linzer' and 'matcha tea's bonbon'made by EletKonyha(LifeKitchen).
Madal Café : an oasis of peace in the town.
When you visit Budapest, you should go to Madal Café!

Pros: Tasty coffees, awesome raw vegan bonbons, an oasis of peace

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a very good cafe in the city centre - Edit

i dont drink coffee myself, but everyone i took to Madal cafe loved their coffee! they have an organic and rainforrest allowance selection also. They encourage you to drink the coffee without any sweetener to taste the real taste :) but in case you want some sweet taste in it you can choose from brown sugar, honey and xilitol also. You can get your coffee with a "vegan mylk" also (not sure what is it now, soya or ricemilk). There is not much food selection, but it is safely vegetarian as the owner is vegetarian also. They have some raw vegan salty and sweet biscuits, raw bonbons and chocolate selection which is amazingly good wiht the coffee! I usually have one of their tees as they have quite a few of them!

Pros: relaxing, nice vibe, excellent coffee, very friendly staff

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Amazing coffee with raw/vegan cookies - Edit

The coffee is very light roasted, fruity flavours. Organic and non-organic. Raw and vegan cookies and bars. The owner is vegetarian for 12 years, his sister Agnes Repka is one of the raw food embessadors in Hungary.

Pros: Excellent coffee, Excellent cookies, cakes

Cons: No food, just cookies and cakes

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