This is the perfect dining place for those craving something a bit more exotic instead of the omnipresent Hungarian cuisine: very good Asian fusion, including traditional Thai soups and tuna. Admittedly, the menu is practically the only element indicating Goa Cafe's link with the East: the decor features but discreet Oriental details, including some references in the lines and the design of the lighting fixtures. Otherwise, the restaurant is dominated by tasteful, well-balanced minimalism and a brown-grey colour scheme. As the small Goa Cafe is located in Andrássy Street, Budapest's most famous shopping district, the crowd certainly looks the part of stylish city dwellers who do not have the slightest intention of hiding the fact that they have just visited the local Louis Vuitton or Armani stores.
In the evening you can have your meal on the outdoor terrace.
Keywords: restaurant, Budapest