It was a month ago and it was raining cats and dogs. We were again on the hunt with my cousin to find a new place for some delicious brunch when we thought of trying the infamous 7Stern Café. Little did we know at the time that this is “the place to be” and there will be no free places. I don’t have to mention the fact that we were rather disappointed, but still, we decided to keep our options open and try again another time.
Today I am going to tell you about one of my recent finds in Vienna off the beaten track. I was talking to my cousin and we were wondering where should we take our weekly coffee and cake and sit down for a nice and calm chat. We see each other every other week so we always try to find a peaceful and cozy place where we can sit, catch up with each other and have an endless talk about our time at uni. Then she suggested this new place, since she always passes it by when she goes to classes. And this is how we landed in Cremé de la Cremé.
Hey there! I’m Steffi, or if you are coming from Instagram – viennesemademoiselle, and I have been living in Vienna for the past few years. I am currently studying English and American Studies as well as History of Arts in this beautiful city and I’m loving it. However, every road has its bumps, ups and downs, so on this blog you will be able to read a little bit more about my journeys here as well as everywhere around. I hope you find it interesting and …. Enjoy!
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Tichy is one of the most famous Eissalones in Vienna. It is one of the oldest in the city and also it is famous for their Eismarillen Knödel. If you have spent more than three days in Vienna you could not have missed the big logo, which is being distributed either on the passing trams or in the underground.