An excellent market that is so nicely organized. There is also a coffee shop and an ice cream shop in the same building.
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Julius Meinl is, first and foremost, the coffee culture of Wien. This is an historical place you have to enjoy with your eyes heart and soul even before tasting it. This is also a shop, one of the most traditional in the whole Europe in...More
One of us had the business lunch (no choice, but nothing exotic or exceptionable) and the other a fish dish and a la carte dessert. With no wine, this came to 114 euros--certainly not cheap. But this is excellent cuisine, with reasonable a la carte...More
Recommended for coffee, as the supermarket in the heart of Vienna is long established, in a historic building, & very ritzy (bottles of alcohol worth over 4000 euro). The coffee shop (restaurant) is on the first floor & we were asked to sit at the...More
Meinl am Graben is many things to many people: high-end deli, grocery and gift-shop, appealing side-walk cafe and lively bar to mix and mingle. But for me it's all about the great coffee, pleasantly served with scrumptious strudel inside at the morning coffee bar. Yes,...More
Common items, maybe the wine cave could be a surprise. A little bit arrogant and tired staff (11am time of my visit) with no input to sell. Common cakes, poor to average coffee. Excellent position.
Been there with my friend. I tried porridge - very good, goose liver - impeccable, pancakes which in reality - French ones (big & think) - nothing outstanding, croissant wasn't just baked, average coffee.
The coffee is obviously excellent, but the cakes were much too sweet for my taste. The prices are very high because they also have a souvenir shop full of tourists. Tip: you can get the same merchandise in any other supermarket or minimarket, but cheaper....More