You will often find lines queuing outside the door at this popular confectioner (cukrászda). Despite its location outside the city center Daubner is one of the busiest pastry shops in Budapest. Cookies, cakes, strudels, parfaits, and house-made ice creams are prepared daily, using century old recipes. It gets especially busy at Daubner around Christmas when freshly baked bejglis (a special pastry with poppy seed or walnut filling) quickly disappear off the shelves.
The shop was opened by Béla Daubner in 1901. Today, his grandson runs the place.
Getting there: Take Streetcar 17 or Bus 6, 60 or 86 to Kolossy tér