The cafe itself is quite a comfortable and spacious one. Strikes me as quite crowded by tourists at all hours of the day - we were lucky to sit at a booth table.
We went here to have some breakfast and get our caffeine fix. This was going to be our first taste of Austrian coffee which has received high praise by my colleagues and friends alike.
Ms Wine ordered: bread, croissant, orange jam, butter, and soft-boiled egg. The bread was fresh and tasty - nothing special. Orange jam was a bit too sweet for our liking. Soft-boiled egg came out nicely with a gooey yolk (as you'd hope) so you can dunk your bread into it. But the highlight was definitely the croissant that came out fresh from the oven. Light, crispy and flakey on the outside, fluffy on the inside. Quite a tasty croissant indeed.
I ordered: ham, salami and cheese, white roll, brown bread, butter, a soft-boiled egg. Again, the bread was quite nice, but nothing special. The slices of salami/ham/cheese were just as tasty but nothing to write home about. Egg - same as above.
We had the americano which was better than the usual americanos we have here in London. And the Viennese coffee was similar to that of a mocha. The quality of the coffees was pretty good.
I'm not used to the unusually high price that most cafes charge for breakfast in Salzburg, but it seemed like most places were charging around the same for something like the above. 8 euros for Ms Wine's breakfast, 10 euros for mine.
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