on January 24, 2007
This is actually more of a bar/coffeehouse than a restaurant, but we were hopeful when we stopped in for breakfast one morning.The menu was made of up coffee, tea, hot chocolate, melange, milkshakes, and a handful of yummy-looking cakes. Not so much the kind of breakfast we were looking for.However, they did have one sandwich on the menu. There was a picture of it. It cost 680 forints and didn't look very appetizing. I decided to go hungry for awhile, but the guys both ordered the sandwich.It took an excessive amount of time to arrive, especially considering there were no other customers in the place and you can't tell me they made that thing fresh.But it finally arrived. And it looked nothing like the picture. It looked...good.It was more of a hot pocket, long and rectangular, and cut into four triangles. It was oozing with mushrooms and melted cheese, ham, and tomatoes. Joel offered me a piece but I turned it down, not feeling like I should eat his food when I could have ordered my own.After Jack ate two slices, he was getting full, so he started on his third and offered his fourth one to me, which I gladly took. And it was as good as it looked. So simple, and clearly just a frozen concoction that the bartenders had to put in the microwave or something, but still very good.Remember, that sandwich is your only meal option, so if you visit Café Zenit I would go for the coffee and the cake, and have that sandwich if you happen to be hungry. You won't be sorry.Another plus? Free internet.
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