Homemade Pastries Cafés in Salzburg

55 cafés and coffeehouses offering "Homemade Pastries" ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Salzburg. All information including address and phone number.
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Classic Coffeehouse

Legendary and unique: the traditional café on the quay has been a living room for generations. Hostess Evelyn Brandstätter and her team serve coffee on the sun terrace or indoors in the classic coffee house ambience. A must in summer: the apricot dumplings.

Schwarzstraße 3, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

In the small, fine patisserie café on Müllnerhügel, the coffee comes from a Salzburg roastery. In addition, there are sweet works of art that melt in your mouth - from wonderful chocolates in geometric shapes to delicate macarons, and Danishes to fruit tartlettes.

Müllner Hauptstraße 28, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Classic Coffeehouse

Hugo von Hofmannsthal and Max Reinhardt are said to have enjoyed their coffee here. Today, locals and guests alike enjoy sitting in the charming traditional house on Alter Markt. Famous: strawberry bowls and croissants with walnut filling.

Alter Markt 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

Aurélie Ducluzeau celebrates the diversity of French cuisine in this eponymous concept bistro in Nonntal - from petit déjeuner with croissant and pain au chocolat to sweet temptations à la gateaux, tartes or eclairs - also to go.

Nonntaler Hauptstraße 75, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

From organic coffee to salted mocaccino, from tarte to strudel: the name says it all. In an elegant, casual atmosphere, the expert team around Aaron Priewasser serves up gastronomic delights all day long. You can also buy to take home. Tip: foamed crème brûlée.

Gollinger-Tor-Gasse 1, 5400 Hallein, Austria

A dream come true for those with a sweet tooth is this showcase of tradition in Hallein's old town. The chocolate candies are handmade and the treats change with the seasons. The "mid-century modern" furnishings are a feast for the eyes.

Unterer Markt 8, 5400 Hallein, Austria

The finest patisserie from master craftsmen, an inviting, warm atmosphere - and when you look into the display case, your mouth waters: Romy Höneckl has created a haven for epicureans with her café. Popular in summer: the tables in the alley.

Wolf-Dietrich-Straße 8, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

Just a stone's throw from Getreidegasse, Afro Café has become a coffee house favourite. Here, they celebrate the colourful flavours of Africa. The beans come from Ethiopia and are certified organic and fair trade. The tea rarities are also popular.

Bürgerspitalplatz 5, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

A wonderfully relaxed concept. In addition to fine organic natural coffee, there are also exotic coffee specialities such as the southern Chinese Dalgona Coffee, as well as Dirty Chai Latte, Moccaccino or Matcha Latte - all with oat milk or "on ice" if desired.

Schallmooser Hauptstraße 44, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

This cosy coffee bar with window seats across from Mozartsteg is dedicated to sustainable coffee - and the knowledge of how to prepare it properly. Single origins or blends? The friendly team can help. And there's no shortage of sweets either!

Rudolfskai 38, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

Michelle and mother Helmy are originally from the Netherlands. They have fulfilled a dream with their sweet café in Linzer Gasse. Cakes, cookies and smoothies are homemade, and everything is also available to take away. Tip: Cheesecake and cinnamon bun.

Linzer Gasse 28, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Since 1999, the small confectionery café in Linzer Gasse has been a source of delight. The apple and curd strudel are famous, but depending on the season there are also apricot and plum strudels. Baked as in the past - with butter and whipped cream. Tip: the Mozartkugeln.

Linzer Gasse 26, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

In his small patisserie café in the Andräviertel, Martin Studeny sells sweet treats. The finalist of the World Chocolate Masters 2018 creates éclairs, macarons, tartlets and pralines by hand, which tell of quality and passion. Wow!

Wolf-Dietrich-Straße 17, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

Above the roofs of the city and with a view of the fortress, you can sit under the open sky or inside under deer antlers. The small, fine breakfast selection is convincing, and for coffee in the afternoon there are strudels, tarts or cakes. Tip: Salzburg dumplings.

Mönchsberg 32, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

The showcase of the family business of Maria and Josef Fingerlos has been attracting gourmets from all over the world for decades. Pastry chef Josef creates beautiful cakes, tarts (iced passion fruit!), petits fours, confections, Rehrücken (chocolate-almond cakes) and more.

Franz-Josef-Straße 9, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

At the Glanbogen in Lehen hides a small, modern and familiar café that has enjoyed a loyal following since its opening. The coffee is served with a smile, the homemade cakes taste very good. Croissants are also available.

General-Keyes-Straße 24A, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

The main building on the Alter Markt exudes the charm of bygone times, and during the festival season the guest garden of the “Mozartkugel inventors” is always well attended. This is also due to the local pastries, cakes, cream slices and strudel. Tip: homemade chocolates.

Brodgasse 13, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

Expertise and passion for coffee roasting make a visit to the Salzburg branch of Simon and Daniela Sattler's Chiemgau roastery an experience. Since May 2022, organic coffee has been celebrated here, accompanied by sweet treats like lemon cake.

Griesgasse 2a, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Coffee Bar/Café

The small café in Bergheim has a loyal following. In addition to classic coffee, there's also pink latte with beetroot, matcha or chai latte, and a big selection of teas. Those with a sweet tooth will be delighted with the warm chocolate cake and the changing range of cakes.

Moosfeldstraße 2, 5101 Bergheim, Austria

The traditional café in the pedestrian zone serves, among other things, very good curd cheese and apple strudel; the pies, roulades and chocolates are also delicious. In the warm months, the seats on the town square are popular. Winter tip: Maroni orange cake.

Stadtplatz 4, 5700 Zell am See, Austria