We stopped for coffee, breakfast and dessert at the famous Cafe Sacher after visiting the Mirabell Palace Gardens. The cafe is very close to the Gardens and Mozart’s birthplace and makes for a great break before or after.
We walked right in and took a seat. Despite its fancy exterior, you can wear whatever you want to the cafe. Plenty of tourists stroll in wearing something terrible. To my surprise, Cafe Sacher has a full menu (breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktails).
We opted for breakfast, coffee and dessert! Dan definitely ordered best! He choose eggs with truffled ham. SO DELICIOUS!!!! I opted for the vegetarian baguette, which was just mediocre. I guess that is what I get for ordering vegetarian. The coffee was great – I had the cappuccino with a side of their liqueur. After, we all had the famous Sacher Torte! The cake was so decadent, rich chocolate with an apricot jam in the middle, topped with whipped cream and a Sacher chocolate!
The cake was quite big for the price and was easily split between two people.
Hotel Sacher Salzburg
Tel.: +43 (0) 662 889 770
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