Reviews of Kurtosh
Tried this place out finally! Tried the chocolate mousse slice, that was heaven in my mouth! Also gave the Ferrero Rocher a go but unfortunately that was a massive disappointment (could have been the cream that was used that ruined the cake).
Finally tried the famous Hungarian Kurtosh Cinnamon Chimney pastry which is what they are famous for. Just keep in mind the Chimney is too big to eat alone so eat it with someone or be prepared to take it home (i took mine home and heated it in the oven the following day) tasted just as good as the night i ordered it.
It was nice to be able to taste test some of the cakes considering this was my first time here.
The place is nicely kept and very old world feels like i stepped back in time. Will defo be back for the Chocolate mousse cake :)
I love having dessert and coffee at Kurtosh. It is a very nice place to chill out with friends or just wind down after a long day. The place is quite spacious and has an unpretentious vintage atmosphere.
The way you order the cakes are also quite unique. It is a weight based system, where you pick the cakes from the selections on display, and you tell the size of slice you would like from these large square-sized cakes.
They have so many varieties, so if you are feeling a little indecisive, you can ask for a taste sample. My favourite selections are cookies and cream, tiramisu, and Kurtosh's signature long-and-hollow Hungarian sweet bread with coconut and cinnamon topping.
There are also a few different seating areas available, with small Italian-like caf style at the front, or a casual meeting vibe on benches and high tables at the back.
The best thing about this place is the staffs are incredibly friendly.