This cafe is too popular. It is full of tourists from morning to night. Sometimes there is a queue at the door. It is crowded and the tables are small round tables. Can't put many dishes.
There are many people waiting in line at the historic coffee shop. The Western food made in it is really authentic. The cake is also very delicious. The fruit is delicious. There is also a little ice cream.
The central cafe in the Czech Republic is very famous, with good products and good interior decoration. The atmosphere of drinking coffee in it is really good. Reservations are generally required. Because there are many tourists in Prague, they generally know this cafe.
Why is it called central one?
This coffee shop is very conveniently located around the staff is also very thoughtful, the coffee taste is also good. I like it very much.
The Central Café, located in the inner city of Vienna, is called the Central Café for this reason. This coffee shop started in 1860. The building here still retains a very beautiful high vault, chandeliers, and furniture, all in an old-fashioned style. In addition to offering a wide range of coffee drinks, they also have meals to choose from. Here, you can experience some details of Viennese life. For food, when we went, it was tea time, and there was a long line at the door. We waited for almost half an hour before we went in. I ordered a cup of Viennese special coffee Advocaat, which is added with brandy and cream. This coffee tastes, um, how to say, it is more alcoholic than what we usually drink, and it is easy to serve it and finish drinking. It's popular, but it's also an experience.
Café Central☕️Café Central is my favorite coffee here is Ice Coffee, because this cup of coffee can taste the taste of my life, with a little bit of sweetness, just like life, since it is hard, but also Sweet! Café Central is said to have a history of a hundred years. This is the most famous cafe in Vienna, and it is also a cafe transformed from the former palace. The decoration here is so classic, luxurious and charming. Among them, Beethoven, Mozart and Schubert are all guests here! It opened in 1876 and was forced to close down during World War II. It was reopened in 1975. There are still portraits of Princess Sissi and the king hanging in the cafe, so it’s a good treat to drink coffee in the palace, eat desserts, and experience the century-old culture. Of course, the people who come here to experience it There are so many people in line at the door no matter what time it is! When you enter the gate, you will see a statue of an uncle facing the door. He is the Austrian poet Peter Altenberg, which is the phrase "I am not at home in the cafe, I Not in the coffee shop, just on the way to the coffee shop.” That’s what he said, because he liked to come here for coffee when he was alive. Many works were written here, so the Central Cafe left an exclusive for him. The location. Dining in the central cafe requires a waiter to take a seat. After you are seated, you can take the menu and start ordering coffee and meals! If you want to order a normal meal, just ask the waiter, but if you want to eat dessert cakes, then you have to go to the cake cabinet in front of the door to choose desserts. Each dessert has its number. Tell the number of the dessert you want. The waiter will do it! Xiaotian’s travel advice: Address: It’s not too far on foot from Steve Cathedral or Hofburg. Herrengasse 14, 1010 Wien. Navigate to Google Maps! Regarding tipping, I swipe my card every time I go. No waiter forced to ask for it, maybe the waiter is too busy!
The Central Café is known as one of the top ten most beautiful cafes in the world. Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert and even Freud were all guests here. Just looking at the grand queue in front of this door, you can know its charm[ Strong]☕️