Great caffe. Authentic of Vienna. The rain added pleasure to the caffe. Sitting outside and enjoying. With this fall of temperature, the heaters were on.
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Mix of tourists’ and locals here. Great place, great view, great service, great food. Food is good as well their cakes. We ordered Viennese beef goulash, fish with potato and vegetables, light Marzen beer. For dessert were Original Wiener Apfelstrudel and Sacher-Torte with coffee. Everything...More
My wife and I had breakfast here on our first morning in Vienna. We each had 2 cappuccinos: she had an orange juice and a basket of assorted rolls and jams. I had scrambled eggs with tomatoes and peppers. The bill came to 45 euros!...More
We dropped into this Café for breakfast before a Sunday morning visit to the Spanish Riding School close by. We chose Café Mozart for its outside seating, which at that time of day was in shade and the heat was already beginning to build up....More
Burning hot day , so I sat myself down for some refreshments before entering the Albertina museum opposite. I ordered a small bottle of still water , a small glass of prosecco and a single shot of espresso. This came to nearly €15 ..... outrageous!...More
This was are favorite cafe in Vienna, the food is fantastic, the Hungarian Goulosh soup is out of this world, but everything we had on multiple visits tasted surprising good. The Kiser Spritzer drink had us hooked, beware having just one is hard! Eat on...More
A beautiful spot but poor service in the shape of a rude and abrupt waiter added to an overpriced meal contributed towards an otherwise average experience. The desserts were nice but why settle when there are so many other lovely spots in Vienna where you'll...More
We had a lunch on a Monday there. We had booked a table for 12;00 on internet. We were informed by mail that if we arrived 15 minutes late without notice, the table would be give to someone else, which was normal for us. Anyway,...More
Wonderful cafe and great food in classic architecture interior with friendly stuff. In rush hours you will need to wait a bit for table.
Although it is a little pricey, it is worth treating yourself to coffee and cake and spending some time soaking up the atmosphere. The range of cakes and coffee is impressive and includes Sacher torte (obviously). We sat outside and arrived at just the right...More