"Patisserie/Bakery" Cafés inVienna

68 cafés and coffeehouses ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Vienna. All information including address and phone number.
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The secret recipe of the breads: high quality sourdough and a lot of time. Each loaf is formed by hand. Directly from the bakery in the Waldviertel, they arrive fresh at the store and are perfectly staged behind the counter.

Naglergasse 9, 1010 Wien, Austria
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Customers visit the quality bakery not only for the famous baked goods. The bistro offer is perfect for coffee or lunch break, but also for the big hunger. Handmade quality is the trademark, also for the food on site.

Führichgasse 6, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Joseph has ignited the hype for good bread! The queue is usually long, because the baked goods are coveted hot (often still warm pastries). The bread has cult status and is represented in countless gastronomic establishments. Best-selling breakfast: "Empress" and "Joseph".

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 4, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

As soon as you enter the restaurant, you notice the perfect coordination of every detail. The quality is evident not only in the high-quality ingredients, but also in the appealing design. In addition, there are some sales shelves with fancy products to browse.

Obkirchergasse 37-39/1, 1190 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

This branch fits seamlessly into the list of popular Joseph bakeries. 100% organic baked goods, made exclusively from Austrian grain. The appealing counter presents the breads in the background and the sweet treats as eye-catchers.

Währinger Straße 106, 1180 Vienna, Austria
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Joseph Brot – which now has nine locations – is a bread mecca and it's hard to imagine the market without it. Connoisseurs can be seen through the store window, and many also use the restaurant as a workspace. Somewhat hidden in a side street of Mariahilfer Strasse, but always busy.

Kirchengasse 3, 1070 Wien, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Behind the Parémi bakery are two names: Patricia and Rémi. Both learned their boulangerie-pâtisserie craft in France and now implement it perfectly in Vienna. Bread, pastries and confectionery of all kinds are baked fresh every day.

Bäckerstraße 10, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

At Motto Brot you can experience the art of baking at its best: sourdough breads, the finest patisserie and pastries in perfect perfection. The bakery store is a real gem and the charming Schanigarten invites you to some cosy hours eating breakfast.

Mariahilfer Straße 71a, 1060 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Good bread starts with the raw materials. Quality runs through everything at Öfferl – from the high-quality products to the company's own coffee. Anyone who has tried the baked goods once will return here again and again. In the 1st district there is also a bistro and breakfast business.

Wollzeile 31, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

The gastronomic spectrum ranges from shakshuka to "Grandma Ströck's breakfast roll" - pastry specialties from patissier Pierre Reboul (the croissant!) are, of course, not to be missed. The house coffee (Central America) complements the breakfast selection with its mild acidity.

Burggasse 52–54, 1070 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

The benchmark for the restaurant, which is often referred to in a derogatory manner as a “bakery café”, is set with the sustainable all-day gourmet spot where nothing is possible without a reservation. The low-acid “Viennese coffee” (from Old Vienna roaster Oliver Goetz) tastes wonderful with organic “Ei Benedict” and co.

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 82, 1030 Vienna, Austria
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The crème de la crème of French patisserie: the sweet masterpieces - tarts, cakes and pastries (but also breakfast) - are elaborately draped and made as if for a photo shoot. Each piece is a work of art. Tarte au Citron and Éclairs like in Paris.

Lange Gasse 76, 1080 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Fatjon Kolici has created a wonderland of French-authentic recipes in the "Sixth". Pain au chocolat, eclairs, croissants or baguettes - to be enjoyed on the spot or "à emporter", i.e. to take away. A strong espresso is the icing on the cake.

Otto-Bauer-Gasse 21, 1060 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

The magnificent ambience from the imperial era has remained. The store on the ground floor, which is well worth seeing, is a tourist attraction in itself and offers the finest confectionery. In the café-restaurant, you can taste Sisi cake and co. right away – includes a view of the opera.

Kärntner Straße 51, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

The Hübler has been established as a gastronomic temple since 1955! The café offers first-class cakes, fine confectionery, pastries, ice cream and especially a comprehensive selection of sandwiches. Ideal also for celebrations and special events!

Lorenz-Bayer-Platz 19, 1170 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Centrally located and in the immediate vicinity of the Wien Mitte train station, the Konditorei Oberlaa once again stands out with excellent patisserie, cakes and confectionery. The quality is simply unbeatable and the visual presentation of the specialties impressive.

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 1, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

Oberlaa stands for quality and tradition. Particularly in Vienna's city centre, the modern store is a focal point for the curious in search of high-quality confectionery. Just looking at the huge display case makes you marvel - a real wow factor!

Neuer Markt 16, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Patisserie/Bakery

When the large windows are opened, it gets really southern-flavoured at Felzl. The menu includes beetroot hummus and tomato bread, but there's also plenty of other Mediterranean fare. Spelt pastries (tip: baguette!) are served with an intense espresso from Andraschko - that's how the day should start.

Lerchenfelder Straße 99, 1070 Vienna, Austria
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You can hardly pass by their beautiful display with the tempting delicacies and pastries – children often stand in front of it with wide eyes. The famous Kardinalschnitte (Vienna’s renowned meringue-based dessert) is celebrating its 90th birthday - it was invented by Ludwig Heiner in 1933.

Kärntner Straße 21-23, 1010 Vienna, Austria
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There are regulars who only come for Heiner cake or Grillageschifferl (coffee and praline cake). The sixth-generation family of confectioners always has something delicious on display. The seasonal specialties are accompanied by textbook "hot chocolate".

Wollzeile 9, 1010 Vienna, Austria