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We stopped here by chance and had delicious asparagus soup, an excellent sandwich and a couple of pieces of very good cake. The coffee was the best we’ve had in Germany. It is a bit pricier than some other places but we thought it was...More
It’s a nice and comfortable café in Thomaskirchhof, just by the Bach Museum. In fact, it’s right next door the Museum and there is an inner entrance to the café from the Museum shop, in such a way that one can accede the cafeteria without...More
This one is a favorite of the Bach concert-goers for before or after concert dinners and drinks. Always prompt, friendly and helpful, the Staff is nothing less than superbly professional. Good menu for a great venue...!
We visited here twice in the afternoon to quench our thirst in a quieter street and to get out of the blistering 32C heat.
A lovely wee place for a beer and to read a book for 30 minutes.
We for once tried the alcohol...More
This café reminded me more of one in Paris or Vienna. It is very elegant, convenient opposite the Thomas Kirche and part of the Bach Museum. We ordered coffee and cake and all the cakes looked very tempting- difficult to choose. The cakes were covered...More
We came out of St Thomas Church and Cafe Gloria was right outside. Nice atmosphere and delicious cakes in the glass fronted showcase to temp you. We weren't disappointed and thoroughly enjoyed the plum crumble cake in really classy surroundings. Recommended.
Needed somewhere close to the Thomaskirche as was attending a concert there. This place overlooks the south door. Good service for coffee and a light lunch. I liked the drei (3) local cheeses and the reisling wine. Had to be elsewhere for dinner or might...More
We stopped here for tea and were delighted with the atmosphere and location.
One can sit outside and watch the world go by. This is the sort of cafe which has newspapers on poles, and waitresses in frilly aprons. It reminds once of cafes 50...More