|The plush and sleek interior of Cafe Museum featuring Julius Meinel coffee.|
And then there was the Sachertorte, a famous chocolate cake founded by the 16-year old baker apprentice, Franz Sacher. Not too shabby getting an internationally acclaimed cake named after yourself at that age. [According to Wikipedia], an authentic Sachertorte is only made in Vienna (the city of its founding) and Salsburg. Obviously, we were going to have ourselves some sachertorte.
|+ An authentic serving of sachertorte|
Two layers of spongy chocolate cake with a layer of apricot jam in the middle, covered in dark chocolate icing, and served with a BIG serving of unsweetened whipped cream
This was actually not our first cafe experience as we visited Cafe Central on the first night, but after these two experiences, we were hooked on European coffee houses and went to both Cafe Savoy and Cafe Lourve in Prague multiple times.