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GERLÓCZY ROOMS de LUX

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Roberto
Roberto
October 22, 2018
Taking inspiration from the Paris belle epoque, this cafe is also a nice restaurant
Ileana
Ileana
January 4, 2018
Across the street is this cozy café and a real gourmet place, which serves stunning croissants that could rival those of many Parisian bakeries. To accompany the pastries, there’s fresh orange juice or the smoothie of the day as well as tea and coffee. Traditional Hungarian breakfast options can be…
Csilla
Csilla
June 20, 2017
Must go , nice square. Old historic restaurant.
Orsolya
Orsolya
December 21, 2015
We serve breakfast a la carte!
David
David
June 26, 2015
Good food, excelent atmosphere

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1 Gerlóczy u.
V. kerület, 1052
Teléfono+36 1 501 4000
Sitio webgerloczy.hu
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