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The Gardens are amazing, very well maintained and vast. People are jogging, walking or just sitting around. You can go to the Zoo or elevate to Gloriette to enjoy amazing view of Vienna. A must in Vienna to visit and relax.
I was having a best 4h trip around zoo and later around castle. It was over 30c outside so I putted water to my hair time to time. Also was nice to see how adorable little elephant was taking a shower. He was playing with the water. It was first time to see pandas who were eating and playing. And...
$$ - $$$ • Austrian, Cafe, European, Central European
"Tasty food and convenient if at the Palace"
reviewed 3 weeks ago by BlarghBlargh
We had lunch here after spending the morning in the Palace grounds. There was plenty of seating and it was a nice day so luckily we could sit outside. The food was nice, I had a schnitzel sandwich and we followed it with the traditional strudel and cream, which was delicious (although very filling!). Service was ok at first, but...
"No visit to schonbrunn palace will be complete without a stop here "
reviewed 13 November 2019 by dexperiencecurator
Landtmann’s Parkcafe is an outlet of the famous Ladtmann cafe in downtown Vienna serves fantastic desserts just outside the schonbrunn palace. Beautiful interiors and fantastic service. The Sachertort and apple strudel are to die for. The coffee is also good
After touring in the gardens and the palace we had a light lunch and a glass of Muscateller in Jausen Station. It was a moment of peace. The restaurant looks like a pavilion, the atmosphere was serene, jazz music, sunshine and only a few people! I fully recommend this small cafe, restaurant situated in the Schönbrunn gardens.
The cafe is distinctly situated on top of the hill overlooking the Schonnbrunn.
I ordered a Kaiserschmarrn (roughly translated as "King's Mess"), which essentially consists of scredded pancakes. Emperor Franz Joseph, who loved this dish, supposedly popularized it.
The pancakes were first caramelized with sugar and butter, and then broken into pieces of irregular size, each roughly 1cm in thickness....