One of the very fine shops of this exquisite chain. offers cramped seating but lots of fine delicacies
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Since there are quite a few Oberlaa locations, I was hoping I'd eventually bump into one while in Vienna, and I did! I was excited to see quite a few gluten free options for me to choose from, but I decided on the Höllander cake...More
While you're there, make sure to enjoy both the main dishes AND deserts. Several vegetarian options available. A full lunch is served at the upstairs restaurant. The only downside is that I had to ask for the check 5 (!) times and waited for it...More
Stopped here on the Saturday afternoon before Easter, which was a busy time, but we were able to get a table without a wait and were treated to some great desserts and Melanger coffee and hot chocolate.
Situated just minutes from the Imperial Crypt (also worth a visit!), this lovely cafe offers a wealth of delicious cake and savoury options for those with or without diet restrictions. As a Coeliac I had at least four choices of cakes, including Esterhaźy Schnitte (a...More
After walking around the 1st District, get your energy back with a snack (toast, soup, salads, schnitzel, pasta) and beautiful cakes. Austrian Knoedel and Kaiserschmarren also offered, a sweet dish which easily goes through as a filling main dish.
It's a nice cafe where you could have a cup of tea/coffe and some cake. Desserts are fresh but standard and nothing special. We were in the evening, there were a lot of people and tired staff.