Pictures of the patinated building of the New York Café, The New York Palace, and its food and drink specialities. Look at this gallery, and enjoy the feeling of the Café in your own house for a few seconds!
New York Café is not only reforming the Hungarian Gastronomy and establishes the so-called “Essential Hungarian Gastronomy“ but is also regarded as the leader among the creators of international gastronomical trends.
In Budapest, Hungary, The World's Most Beautiful Café takes place. Look at this gallery, and enjoy the feeling of the a Café! If you're in Budapest, you have to see this beauty!
Fine dining enthusiasts have long known András Wolf, and he is recognised and respected by the professional community as well. He is the chef of the Salon Restaurant and the New York Café, and he is devoted to his work — and of course to his wonderful wife and two children. The general public may know him from a cooking show on television, where his professionalism, humility, sensitivity, sharp tongue and sense of humor is revealed. But what is he like as a chef who is responsible for two renowned restaurants in Budapest?
Everyone likes to start the morning with a good cup of coffee. Sipping that essential cup of morning coffee gives us the opportunity to collect our thoughts, get ourselves together and truly wake up. We usually like to drink our coffee the way we’re used to. Coffee is the embodiment of passion, thrill and style – some will even say it is a reflection of our personality. This is, of course, less supported by scientific evidence than by careful observation. From time to time, we do indeed choose a cup of blackness based on our current mood. As our moods are liable to change several times during a day, it doesn’t hurt to schedule the busiest part of our day in close proximity to an excellent coffee house. If we crave a special treat, why not do it in the most special of...
A lot of things go into a convincing time travel experience. Atmosphere, tastes, lights and music. These are the elements that make us believe, albeit temporarily, that we have left behind the world of incessant rush. In the New York Café, it is still possible today to be immersed in the bourgeois feel of the 19th and 20th centuries. To make the experience even more special, we can even send a postcard from our table to our loved ones.