Just around the corner from the Schonbrunn Palace, there are often queues of hungry people desperate for a taste of the boiled beef dish simmered with root vegetables, which was Emperor Franz Josefs favourite meal. Run by a Viennese family, they use only beef sourced from local farms, proud, as most local restaurateurs are, of their natural ingredients. Afternoons in Vienna should be whiled away in a coffee house, and there are dozens of traditional ones to choose from. Many have high, vaulted ceilings, marble pillars, atmospheric hanging lights or sparkling chandeliers, and, most importantly, a legion of smartly dressed waiting staff, clad in white aprons and starched uniforms. Coffee was apparently introduced to Austria around 1683, and the first coffee house was opened soon after. Some of the grandest ones still open today include Cafe Sperl, Cafe Pruckel and Cafe Landtmann, but the granddaddy of them all has to be Cafe Central . Served with ครีม บํา รุ ง ผิว หน้า ขาว ใส a traditional potato salad smothered in a creamy mustard dressing, its unbelievably filling Dating from 1876, it has attracted writers, philosophers and thinkers such as Sigmund Freud, Peter Altenberg and even Leon Trotsky. Yes, you can have lunch here it offers many savoury dishes but lets face it, youre here for the cakes. From classic apfelstrudel ครีม บำรุง หน้า ยี่ห้อ อะไร ดี made with layers of flaky, paper-thin dough, filled with apple, cinnamon, sugar and raisins to light, fluffy pancakes filled with apricot jam, and slabs of rich, chocolate torte, all served with mounds of intensely sweet whipped cream, its definitely an indulgence.
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