Friendly staff I don't know why people said they weren't.. The hot chocolate wasn't that good The desert we took was good (Tree cake) My husbands coffee was good
The patisserie, the cleanliness, the staff was just all fantastic. And not forgetting the most delicious Sacher Torte i have eaten outside of Austria. you have to visit this place.
We didn't plane to came here so we didn't have any opinion on it when coming. Therefore, we arrived and stayed 5-10 minutes standing in the middle of the place trying to get a waiter to know where we can sit. They have an impressive...More
I wanted to find a quiet and peaceful café with great bakery. TA recommended Cafe Kreutzkamm which is located 5 min walk from the busiest shopping street. Kreutzkamm is a nice café with a long tradition and peaceful atmosphere. Bakery and coffees are very nice...More
A first visit to this well-known Cafe in northern Germany. We had a delightful coffee break with Sacher torte and coffee. Although it was our waitress's first day, she did everything she could to make sure we were satisfied. No complaints at all.
We stopped here for a much-needed drink and cake after pounding Munich's pavements for most of the day. After several polite attempts to hail a waitress for the menu and about fifteen minutes, a cross-looking waitress replied "Ruhig, ruhig!" or "Calm down!" It was very...More
The selection of cakes and sweet breads is quite impressive. From traditional croissants to petit fours, all delicate. I tried a layered almond-strawberry cake and it was delicious. Expect to pay about 3 euros for a taste of their cookies or baked goods. Cakes can...More
For breakfast, brunch, lunch or tea is perfect for the nostalgics. It was twice larger but they sold 50%. Still the Königin-Pastete is tasty and also the cakes. The service is elsewhere, not very attentive. But still for the nostalgics...