XIV., Olof Palme sétány 3.
If one wanders into Kertem (My Garden), in Városliget, during the daytime, they might easily think there's something wrong with their eyes: while the rainbow-coloured garden chairs may remind them of the atmosphere of 80s at lake Balaton, on the tables they can only see lemonade glasses.
But there is a simple explanation: the afternoon belongs to those with small children, and kids and their parents love this alcohol-free summer drink (which, to be honest, is rather overpriced in the city). Only adults and those children who cannot yet walk sit at the tables -- those who can at least crawl are right under the table and among the dogs (since animals are also very welcome here).
But as evening sets in, more and more beer glasses appear among the lemonades, more and more Balkan Burgers are ordered, and couples, larger companies take the place of families. Cycle lights are put on the dogs' collars, in order to keep track of them in the midst of tables, and humanoids use the restroom more and more often. While you wait in line to use it, you can meditate on the album covers of József Sas or the Zárai-Vámosi Duo and their contemporaries, which line the walls.
All in all, Kertem is a universal habitat in Városliget, whether you come with dogs, children, or other animals.
2013. május 24.,Kertem