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Café Leopold Hawelka

Café Leopold Hawelka is one of those iconic places in Vienna. It was opened in 1939 by Mrs. Josefine and Mr.Leopold Hawelka and frequented by famous people (from Andy Warhol to the royalty), artists, intellectuals and of course tourists. What made this place so special were at first its owners themselves – Mr.Hawelka used to… Read more »

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Apple Strudel Show

Apple strudel is a Viennese classic, perfect to enjoy during the colder seasons. It is light and crispy, with delicious apple-cinnamon filling. Have you ever wondered how it’s made? Last week we saw the apple strudel making process process at the Apple Strudel Show held in the Imperial Bakery at Schoenbrunn Palace. This event takes place… Read more »

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Pars – The best Persian Restaurant in Vienna

Today’s story is all about taste of a distant cuisine – we are taking you to Pars – the best Persian restaurant in Vienna ! Vienna is a genuine multicultural city which is reflected, among other, in its rich gastronomic offer. The competence is big, and it can be a real challenge to find a… Read more »

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Demel – The Imperial and Royal Court Confectionery Bakery

Hi everyone! 😉 We are back today with the sweetest post so far, presenting you Demel – the Imperial and Royal Court Confectionery Bakery. Demel is a place where you can enjoy the most magnificent cakes and pastries, made according to the same recipes as 228 years ago, when its story begun. Tradition is cherished… Read more »

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Lunchtime in Mochi

Close to the city center, and yet hidden from the tourist eye, Mochi is a place where trendy Viennese people enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine with a modern twist. The menu is very innovative and diverse, including soups and salads, dishes with fish and meat, different kinds of sushi, as well as interesting desserts. If you… Read more »

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Cafe Central Vienna

Cafe Central with its 130 years old history, is one of the most famous traditional cafes in Vienna. It is located in the beautiful palace Ferstel, close to Stephansplatz. At the end of the 19th and the beginning of 20th century, Café Central was a popular meeting point for prominent intellectuals among whom was also… Read more »