Budapest’s lounges offer a unique night out with authentic Hookah experience. With many of bars or cafes in the city centre to choose from, you won’t be disappointed – as we’ve hand-picked some of the best ones for you. Choose the tobacco flavour that you find yourself in—if you’re indecisive, ask for the house’s favourite—and make sure to order some home-made tea or one of a wide range of beverages to complement.
Whether you are seeking to smoke Hookah, chill out, have a drink or want to taste some of middle-eastern food, we’ve picked the 5 best spots where to enjoy Shisha in Budapest for you.
Blended Sky Bar
The latest product in the city centre opened its doors this year, and has been built & remodeled right above Budapest’s most famous district in Budapest – the party district – and now is the only one Budapest’s rooftop Shisha Bar where you can enjoy a shisha joint. And while you smoke their excellent shisha pipe with choice of many tobacco flavours, you’ll find locals chatting to each other as this places is not yet popular amongst visitors to Budapest.
4500 HUF (€15). Blended Sky Bar, Budapest, Holló u. 6, 1075.
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Habibi Shisha Bar
One of authentic Hookah experiences, this place is situated in the very centre of the city – just a few steps away from Danube river or Deák Ferenc Square. While especially popular with visitors to Budapest, its vibe and vibrant middle-eastern interior design will instantly take you into a different world.
Be sure to check out their wide range of hookah flavours such as Icy-Vodka or a Carribean-Fruit Special which is definitely worth a go. With about 100 places to sit down and two floors, it is also suitable for bigger groups.
2500 HUF (€8).
Habibi Shisha Bar, Budapest, Aranykéz u. 5, 1052.
Shiraz Lounge & Restaurant
You might wanna consider Shiraz, a cozy Persian restaurant and lounge situated on Raday Utca, famous street with many bars, yet you can enjoy a shisha joint only at Shiraz.
It is a restaurant with Persian Cuisine and blended drinks – its cozy interior will positively surprise you with their homely feel, its outside garden allows you to chill outside on the open air as you enjoy one of their relaxed, tasty meals while smoking a water pipe to leave you refreshed.
3200 HUF (€10), Shiraz Authentic Persian Cuisine, Budapest, Ráday u. 21, 1092
Since opening in the Castle District in 2016, this place quickly become a neighborhood hotspot for both locals and visitors. Since the place is a second opening of this branch, as you can guess by its name – Habibi (حبيبي in Arabic), you can count on an authentic experience.
2000 HUF (€6). Habibi Var, Budapest, Hunyadi János út 9, 1011.