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Printa Cafe


great coffee • recycled materials • design shop • cool design

Rumbach Sebestyen Utca 10
Budapest 1075, HU
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  • Photo of travelmakesmesmile
    6 months ago
    This was place was such a treasure. Very close to both the Historic Jewish Synogauge and the 1st Ruins Bar, Szimpla Kert, it is a great location for local artists' print work. The staff was amazing the goods range from clothing to prints to pillows. All designed and made in Hungary by local artists. Theor site is and the mini map is here:
  • Photo of Margo J
    10 months ago
    Design, print and (sustainable) fashion aficionados' compulsory coffee break. Exhibiting works of local designers, this is a refreshing shop full of (reasonably priced) young artists' print works on both paper and clothing, plus some selected accessories.
  • Photo of stella172016
    a year ago
    Lovely design and atmosphere, super Budapest style design products for visitors! A MUST visit place for locals too..
  • Photo of alain p
    a year ago
    Printa Cafe is located at the start of District VII (also known as the Jewish Quarters) which combines history, heritage, conservative living with a powerful up and coming arts movement. Printa Cafe is probably the best combination of the coffee shop tradition of Budapest and the growing arts movement in that area of town. Printa Cafe offers a combination of coffee shop with sustainable handmade arts, clothes, and homewares. The coffee at Printa Cafe was outstanding. Probably the best I have had in Budapest. I ended up buying a print for about 12,600 HUF which was not only beautiful but like 99% of the items in the store, created by local artists. Highly recommended for those seeking great coffee in a local spot.
  • Photo of stella172016
    a year ago
    Really cool, spacious, friendly eco design store, perfect for special gifts to bring home. It also has an own silkscreen studio with workshops.. And the coffee is truly heavenly..
  • Photo of Elizabeth C
    2 years ago
    Very interesting shop selling recycled, upcycled items and great prints with strong graphics. Prices are very fair and the shop has a welcoming atmosphere.
  • Photo of kristyrebecca
    2 years ago
    really cool store selling a range of handmade, eco & sustainable art, clothes and homewares. even if you don't buy anything the store is fun to look around. it's a nice minimalistic space and the service is friendly.
  • Photo of SeeingTHEworld2012
    I did my research about unusual made in Budapest products. Printa really delivers. From terrific little notebooks and scribbles with Budapest designs to pillow covers, t-shirts, kid's pillows, prints and jewelry this is such a cool shop. Plus everything is made in an eco friendly way. The prices are really good and you will take souvenirs home that are truly unique.
  • Photo of anfia112
    2 years ago
    That you can get great coffee at Printa is an added bonus. Printa has many faces. It is a concept store, screen printing place, gallery, store, boutique and cafe . Somehow all shops should be like this. Inspiring on all levels ! All their designs from clothes, to accessories, to books, to prints and to the fabled printa's pest collection, with the amazing pest map are wanna-haves and art pieces. Thank goodness they only offer prints in their online shop, otherwise I would be in deep trouble, since I love all their clothes, accessories and books. I have been able to buy things through their Facebook page. : ) . It is a place to spend hours in and to come back over and over again, even if it just for a little coffee, a lot of inspiration and something unique and wonderful to take home.
  • Photo of Alice_Mary1990
    2 years ago
    This place is categorized under restaurants but to me, it stands our more as a design and gift shop. The store had many different drawings/prints as well as some clothes. Everything seemed to be made by local Hungarian artists. Perfect spot for unique souvenirs and post cards.
  • Photo of mak_ryi
    2 years ago
    It's a design shop in the city center of Budapest, with nice service and great coffee! They sell products from very good Hungarian artists including graphics, jewellery and clothes. They have one own clothes brand, it's famous because they made all the clothes from recycled materials! Visit that place & support Hungarian art!
  • Photo of Kida90
    3 years ago
    This place is very unique in Budapest. Besides the local-designed clothes and accessories, they have very fresh and creamy coffee. The barmen is always smiling and provides help if required.
  • Photo of LittleMissTasha
    3 years ago
    Budapest Alternative Tour took us to this co-operative art shop and cafe. There is a range of art to look through and items to buy. Drinks and food reasonably priced.
  • Photo of KL_thinklovecreate
    We visited Budapest's first concept store that does have a little cafe inside. You can see that the back room is where the printing magic happens. Cute place to pick up a t shirt / prints / bags / cool souvenirs.
  • Photo of Rehaaa
    3 years ago
    Very creative, cool, global but local concept! Great for art and/or gift shopping... and a good coffee. Also liked their idea of workshops (you have to be a super-lucky-tourist to be there on right date, its not that often as i saw; so i couldn't make it)... next time!
  • Photo of Anže A
    3 years ago
    I was here in February 2013. Me and my friend came here because of the silkscreen print shop not because of coffee, so I can't rate the Coffee place. I love the location and the atmosphere. As soon as we entered we were asked if we need any help - great service. Prints were cool and what I like about these kind of shops the most is that it's the same place as their workshop. Worth to take a look.
  • Photo of liza s
    3 years ago
    Walking in the Jewish quarter I accidentally found this amazing shop. They had a small print exhibition, a coffee shop and quite a large space dedicated to clothing, bags and accessories. The staff is extremely nice, and the girl who helped me know english perfectly. I purchased a pullover and handmade notebooks. The shop is a bit pricey, but unique designs always are pricey. Didn't try their coffee, planning to do so on my next trip to Budapest. Definitely a place to come back to.
  • Photo of Ellanor-Aquitaine
    Located in the Jewish District, this little studio and cafe trully was the highlight of my trip. The outside looks totally contempary, with graffiti art across a half ruined looking outside, and a sticker board. I was hesitent about going in at first, but my Mother (who was with me) really wanted to, and so I was persauded. They have a small room dedicated to the work of young Hungarian artists recreating advertisments in their own unique design. I think it's really wonderful that anyone is promoting these artists, and the work was great - a lovely little exhibition. Lots of different styles there and some hilarious interpretations that really reflected modern vrs. old. We went here first and then moved on to looking through the main area of the shop. They have printed works for sale, cards/postcards, bags made from old leather jackets, recycled books, jewelery, handmade clothing from old mens shirts, belts, bags - all totally original and eco friendly. I loved everything in there; so 'cool', stylish, incredibly designed ... and all totally wearable/buyable. Attention to detail that you would expect from a designer is all there, and every single product is worthy of more attention than an intial browse through. Go ahead and spend some time looking! There's also a nice price range. Although some of the clothing and bags are expensive, they're not really - considering it's not mass produced and all totally unique. The other bits and pieces are all totally affordable and average priced. We bought a ring made from a computer keyboard key, a recycled book, a book made from a print, and got a couple of free leaflets too. The staff are all lovely, friendly, and approachable. They seem to speak English quite well and even though we didn't stop for a coffee, the atmosphere was relaxed enough so that we would have quite happily sat down and had a cup. You can also see staff screen printing in a back room where they must made their things, which was really open and pleasant to see from an indie shop. There's a sign which offers screenpriting lessons on specific days for about 5000 HUF, which I would have loved to do had I stayed in Budapest for longer. Pop in here for sure - if I had a cafe/shop of my own, this is what it would look like.
  • Photo of fali84
    4 years ago
    I think it asks for a visit if you are a colour and design enthusiast. They have some nice printing techniques on different materials - and the graphic design is certainly something worth visiting for. The prices are quite high if you are looking to pick up some stuff - which in a way is understandable when you aren't mass printing products. You will find posters/art prints/t shirts/other clothing/bags etc here. I don't know about the coffee - but I think you can definitely swing by for the non cafe stuff. Loved the place!
  • Photo of Джулия Г
    4 years ago
    I advise you to visit this magnificent designer's shop & coffee shop at the same time. Modern contemporary very unusual art: pictures, clothes, home stuff, postcards and more.... They have the same shop in Vienna, Austria, but without coffee. We liked this place very much. Hope to come here again.

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