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Vienne : les meilleurs cafés

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“On the opposite side of the Canal - 10 mins walk - Cafe, Sun Terrace and Restaurant - very popular - excellent food”
  • Recommandé par 142 habitants
Café
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“The menu includes a broad selection of classic Viennese dishes, traditional coffee specialities and sweet treats from the in-house patisserie. Soak up the historic surroundings as you sample Café Central’s mouth-watering choice of culinary creations. ”
  • Recommandé par 94 habitants
Café
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“This is a really authentic cafe where locals like to have their morning coffe and newspaper. They have very good breakfast, typical Viennese style. Although very famous, it is still quiet and calm (compared to eg. Cafe Mozart or Sacher.). Don't forget to try their cakes! Distance: 1500 m”
  • Recommandé par 107 habitants
Beach Bar
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“Its a bar, not far from Juchgasse (Schwedenplatz) and you can walk at the Donau home. Its nicer in warm season, outside. Live football matches..beach feeling”
  • Recommandé par 100 habitants
Café
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“lovely Café - very special, because it's in a bookstore! Also a nice and calm place for having drinks at night”
  • Recommandé par 98 habitants
Adresse pour Petit Déjeuner
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“Very popular restaurant in the centre of the seventh Viennese district. Focusing on healthy food.”
  • Recommandé par 66 habitants
Beach Bar
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“Great beach bar during summer time with good Cocktails and some small dishes. When you Exit the U4 you have to follow the signs to U2 and on the U2 platform take the Exit "Herminengasse" and turn to your left. There are various beach bars and pop up restaurants at both sides of the Danube Channel, just give them a try :)”
  • Recommandé par 90 habitants
Restaurant
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“Beautiful and very special place, good modern kitchen, in the middle of the Burggarten.”
  • Recommandé par 66 habitants
Café
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“Museum of Modern Art (MUMOK) is a ... museum full of modern art. A fascinating collection within Museumsquartier, which is also a great place to spend a few hours and have a drink in one of the nice bars around.”
  • Recommandé par 58 habitants
Café
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“One of the traditional Kaffehaus in vienna. Great coffees, cakes and excellent viennese breakfast and lunch. The same way a fair price lunch menu and some traditional warm dishes at evening. Live piano. Chilled atmosphere perfect for a date or reading a book. 60s style.”
  • Recommandé par 76 habitants
Café
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“It's full of tourists but locals as well. It has the best Schnitzel in our opinion.”
  • Recommandé par 49 habitants
Restaurant autrichien
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“Unassuming from the outside, its mint green door is the only clue to its existence. This hipster hangout in an Austrian Gasthaus’ body has earned its fame in the last couple of years for its generous weekend breakfasts. Once inside, you’ll be pleasantly surprised. It’s an Aladdin’s cave of dark wooden panelled walls, and slightly mismatched, but homely, furniture. And if you like the cosy interior, you’ll love the Schanigarten. Enclosed by an inner courtyard, it feels like an escape from the world outside. The sun also hits it perfectly in the morning. Occasionally, there are also live music acts held here in the evenings throughout the week.”
  • Recommandé par 56 habitants
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“Beautiful view over Schloss Schönbrunn, not far away from the flat. Perfect for runs, walks or some peaceful afternoons.”
  • Recommandé par 26 habitants
Café
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“Didn´t change the last 40 years. Young and old people together, food until 4 in the morning.”
  • Recommandé par 52 habitants
Café
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“Try Cafe Hawelka: Delicious Buchteln These pull-apart rolls were once baked with lottery tickets in the center. In Austria, pull-apart rolls known as buchteln often house a dollop of plum or apricot preserves. But throughout history, bakers have studded the center of these brioche-like buns with various ingredients, from squares of chocolate to poppyseed paste to lottery tickets. During the Biedermeier era of the 19th century, a time during which Europe’s middle class expanded considerably, buchteln were referred to as “lotteries” because of their play-to-win filling. Though the yeasty treat originated in the Bohemia region of Czechia, today, Austrians consider the warm, fruit-filled style—often served fresh from the oven—a local classic. Bakers press jam in the middle, then place the dough side-by-side to create the finished bread’s pull-apart effect. Home cooks also turn plain, unfilled buchteln into a decadent dessert by serving them in a pool of vanilla cream. The fluffy rolls absorb whatever sauce they touch, so it’s best to avoid attempting this style with the ticket-filled version. ”
  • Recommandé par 48 habitants
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“You can visit "Liebling" during the day and at night. It is a small cozy bar. (It is one of the hipster bars I am refering to at Museumsquartier)”
  • Recommandé par 49 habitants