A charming cafe which has been around since the 1700s, in a lovely historic square. The thought of Mozart eating there was in my mind as we enjoyed our cake and coffee. The fresh green and white striped awnings and umbrellas drew us in as it was a hot day and we had done a lot of walking. We sat inside next to a window where we could people watch. Beautiful inlaid timber panels on the walls and comfortable seating. We were a bit confused by the ordering system, until someone pointed out the glass case full of cakes. We selected what we wanted from there and it was brought by a separate waitress. Loved the Mozart cake and the raspberry slice, coffee and iced coffee. So glad we went to a place so full of history.
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