The Opening of Yogya Café in Budapest

28 July, 2011

The warm hospitality, the intriguing odor of the various exotic Indonesian coffes, and the traditional yet comfortable design of Indonesian interior were welcoming us as we enter the Yogya Café. Althhourgh the space is quite limited, there were plenty guest filing the place with avxiety

The opening of Yogya Café, was held on July 13, 2011. the current Indonesian Ambassadaor to Hungary and Macedonia, His Excellency Ambassador Maruli Tua Sagala was given the honor to open the Café officially. In his speech, His Excellency conveyed his appreciation and wishes of success to the owner of Yogya Café, Adam Bodor, furthermore, Ambassador Sagala also wishes that Indonesian cuisines can be accepted and favored by all, especially by Hungarians and international visitor in Budapest.

During the ceremony, the place was filled with local Hungarian guest of whom seem to enjoy much of the Indonesian cuisine that was served, such as chicken satay with peanut souce, gado-gado (Indonesian salad with peanut dressings), oxtail soup, and deserts (a combination of mung beans, red beans,black sticky rice, coconut milk and ic cream). They were also mesmerized by the attractive performance of an Indonesian dancer performing yapong dance, a traditional Indonesian dance from the Betawi culture.

Yogya Café serves not only a variety of Indonesian cuisine, but also internationally recognized tastful Indonesian coffe, to name one is the Luwak Coffee, famous for its aroma and strong taste.

Adam Bodor was inspired to establish the Yogya Café as he was much impressed by his experience while visiting Indonesian. He hopes by visiting and enjoying the Indonesian cuisine in Yogya Café, guest, especially Hungarians and Indonesians in Budapest, can feel the wonderful and warmth atmosphere of Indonesia.

So, if you are wondering around Centrum, Budapest, be sure to visit Yogya Café and bring home a feeling of being in Indonesia.
 

 

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