The unique feature of the Bohemian Restaurant is the location itself - in the heart of the Müpa Budapest building next to the concert hall where the world's greatest musicians regularly come to perform. It is the sheer elegance of the environment that impresses visitors right away. When our esteemed patrons enter, they are welcomed by special dining rooms, pleasant lighting, attentive service, an exclusive choice of meals and wines, and some of the world's finest coffee. The house speciality is the occasional sight of a popular performer, world-famous soloist or legendary conductor sitting at one of the tables.
On weekdays at noon, our restaurant is a popular choice for business lunches, offering an enjoyable and exclusive environment for important meetings and informal chats alike. In the evening, patrons and artists of events at Müpa Budapest fill up the restaurant, which is also an excellent venue for elegant dinners.
The restaurant is also the perfect place for small events for up to 120 persons, private receptions, weddings and press conferences.
Daily from 11:30 am to 4 pm
On performance days the restaurant closes one hour after the end of the last performance
+36 1 555 3372
Müpa+ loyalty program members are given a 10% discount at the Bohemian Restaurant. Present your Müpa+ card to use your discount.
The P'Art Café is located on the ground floor of the Ludwig Museum. Its walls are decorated with the unique wallpaper of artist Tamás Komoróczky. The café offers genuine coffee specialities and great tasting pastries, all at affordable prices. The P'Art Café also has a huge terrace with a magnificent view over the Danube, so you can meet friends and relax in an exclusive and enjoyable environment. The café serves as an excellent venue for a little light refreshment before or after a concert, or for an informal business meeting.
Daily from 10 am to 6 pm
On performance days until the end of the last interval
Tel.: +36 1 555 3369
Snacks and refreshments are provided by permanent snack bars in the ground floor foyer and by mobile carts on the floors above before performances and during intervals. These offer a variety of drinks, as well as coffee and traditional Viennese pretzels.
The Panorama Terrace on the top floor of the building offers a broader selection, as well as a stunning view of the city through its plate-glass windows – and from the sun-bathed terrace in the summer months. The vista extends along the Danube from the Lágymányos Bay to the Chain Bridge.
Refreshments – Without the Queue
Müpa audiences will be able to avoid queues and have their pre-ordered refreshments prepped for them at the Átrium Snack Bar from September. This new “Pre-order” service will allow Müpa visitors to decide, order and purchase the refreshments they would like to have during the intermission prior to the start of the performance. The ordered food and drink will be prepped and waiting at the beginning of the intermission in the Átrium on the table with the number that corresponds to the one printed on the receipt. This service is only be available when there is an intermission at events held in the Béla Bartók National Concert Hall. Orders can only be placed at the Átrium Snack Bar’s “Pre-order” counter, which opens an hour before the concert hall performance is scheduled to start. Orders may only be paid in cash.