We take you on a journey through the wonderful corners of Vienna where you will be able to enjoy tasty food, a wide range of drinks, as well as paradise-like dining experiences, all while enjoying the view of Vienna. We take you to the wonderful venues which will make you want to skip your flights. As any other metropolis, Vienna offers a wide range of restaurants, cafes and bars, all of which are unique in their food preparation processes, serving choices and all of which have their own flair. They all offer great food, good service, and a pleasant and comfortable stay all round. There is no margin for error in picking a venue or reserving a table. When we mention Vienna cuisine, the first thing that pops into minto is the Vienna steak, the Sacher-torte, but the city has a lot more to offer. The cuisine of the city was influenced by cuisines from all around the continent, thanks to the Habsburg’s rule over those nations in the past
The Sacher cake in Vienna is not only a delicious cake, but the Sacher cake is a lifestyle of royal Vienna. The cake was first made in 1832, when Prince von Metternich made an order to his apprentice Franz Sacher to prepare a delicious cake for his guests. Since the chef was sick, this apprentice Sacher had to do all the work, who was inexperienced but under a great pressure to fulfill the Prince’s wish, so he made the most delicious Austrian cake of all times, with really simple ingredients, not even imagining that this would soon become a cake famous all over the world.
Apart from the Sacher cake, another sweet what is an association of Vienna are Mozart balls. This Austrian brand is recognizable and wanted all over the world. Mozart balls appeared in 1890, according to the recipe of the confectioner Paul Frust. These sweet balls is what he made as an honour of Mozart. They were made in Salzburg, because that’s where Mozart lived and worked for a long time.
We take you now to the Sacher café because first you need to try Viennese coffee and take a slice of the traditional Sacher cake, to experience Viennese history and its spirit. This café is located within the Sacher hotel with five stars. This hotel was opened in 1876 by a son of a pastry chef. The hotel is still a family enterprise and one of the most famous hotels around the world. There isn’t a better place to eat this cake than here! Here you experience Vienna, here you eat the original Sacher cake with special Viennese coffee. Here you can experience the hot chocolate. Apart from the cake and coffee, you can also try some traditional dishes.
One of the most beautiful restaurants is located in the city centre on a hotel’s top floor, and this is the restaurant DO & CO Stephansplatz. Here you will get the combination of high quality food, great drink selection, and on top of everything , you will have a perfect view and experience. The service got good reviews. In the background, there is St Stephen’s Cathedral, and the presentation of culinary specialties meets world standards.Here you can order sushi, try Asian spices, freshly caught fish and the classical Viennese cuisine, which is something you have to try.