If you still fancy a small, savoury snack after your many different experiences in the palace and the surrounding park, then you can visit the nearby Café Dommayer. A typical old Viennese café! In summer it is particularly popular because of the sun terrace and the shady outdoor garden. I think the Styrian fried chicken is the best in the city, followed by a large portion of homemade ice cream to finish.
There, where once the many guests of Emperor Franz Joseph I stayed, you can enjoy today an imperial culinary breakfast. The hotel attaches great importance to Austrian, organic certified products such as the delicious home-made muesli, although I rather prefer one of the freshly prepared egg dishes. Incidentally, breakfast tastes especially good on the beautiful, imperial terrace!
An absolute insider tip from my point of view: the snack bar hidden behind the high hedges directly in the Privy Garden in the ground of Schönbrunn Palace. The all-white pavilion stands out in particular through its large garden with many colourful tables and chairs. The best "Kaiserschmarren" (pancake dish) in the city is said to be served here!
A truly unforgettable experience! Here you can experience a culinary highlight with all 5 senses during an approx. 90 minute ride in a classic horse-drawn carriage to the most beautiful sights of Vienna. While the drvier leads you through the history of the city, a personal butler - in cooperation with top restaurants in the city - takes care of your physical well-being.
Café Gloriette is certainly one of the most attractive coffee houses in Vienna, but also the one with the most beautiful view! The Gloriette was already used as a breakfast room or dining room in imperial times. Although there is a special “Sisi breakfast”, I prefer to visit the café during the day as there is a huge cake buffet. This includes my favourite cake – the “Sisi Guglhupf” (a kind of ring cake) with candied violets!
From pub flair to café
Hearty, cool, cosy or rustic. Culinary stops in Bratislava.