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London, United Kingdom
May 24, 2009
From journal Kavehaz Kultura in Budapest
May 1, 2002
The location makes the Ruszwurm ideal for a break when exploring Castle Hill and it's sights (Matyas Templom, Fishermen's Bastion, Magyar Nemzeti Galeria). Cake slices are small though relatively inexpensive, making it easy to sample multiple offerings (it's my duty as a journalist, I'm afraid…).
From journal Hungary: Return to Budapest
Horsham, West Sussex, United Kingdom
March 29, 2002
From journal Budapest - The Jewel in Hungary's Crown
Sea Girt, New Jersey
January 8, 2002
Ruszwurm's two small parlors are delightfully "Old World," with high ceilings, daintily upholstered chairs, and interesting wood and glass cabinets lining the walls. The tiny cafe has a total of about 15 bistro tables (at most), so there may be a wait during the high tourist season (we were there in late October and were always able to get a table). You may opt to get take-away pastries at the elegant old-style glass counter as well. Either way, a visit to this Budapest institution is a real treat!
From journal Romantic Budapest