My wife and I had breakfast earlier in the day and then boated on the Danube and we were all broken up. Neither of us wanted another meal but both said we could have a cake and drink. The cafe was the closest and open. It was divided into a restaurant area, a desert and a drink area. It was about 9.15pm Welcome us and they were happy to give us only drinks and deserts. There was a very elegant feeling with pianists playing and a very good atmosphere inside. There are a variety of drinks and a variety of deserts. If you choose, you can go to the counter to check it out. I ordered a Dobos as had read this was a traditional Hungarian cake and I had a coffee with honey and cinnamon both were delicious. My wife has a cup of Pinot Grigio and another cake. The waiter was attentive but we were not rushing all, it was a lovely relaxing time. Bill was £14 which included 13% quality of service and service in the capital a very good service. We wish we had found a hole in front of it. Still would go back the next day our last day.
I didn't expect the coffee in the niche attractions to be still so mellow.
The cafe is really nice, the coffee and milk are very strong, the snacks are really good, it is really hard to remember
If you like coffee, you must go to Vienna to taste different coffees, except for the service is a little slow.