This is an Austrian style cafe and restaurant. Great for Wiener schnitzel, apple strudel and the like.
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I've written very positive reviews of Sabarsky in the past, but this time I wasn't pleased. My red cabbage salad was a complete bust: just a pile of cold red cabbage with one or two slices of pear, and scarcely any dressing. (If you love...More
Lovely Austrian dishes and pastries. It's a bit frenetic on a busy and cold winter day with a full museum, but still a very pleasant atmosphere. Service was very attentive and un-rushed. We had a beautiful bottle of Austrian wine with our spaetzle with vegetables...More
We ate breakfast which was very good, but the stars are the cakes- we had the Klimttorte and Sachertorte, both excellent. The coffee was very good, but the hot chocolate was excellent, made with real chocolate, very rich! Altogether a very enjoyable experience.
It’s been a couple of years since we were last here. We ordered the schnitzel and bratwurst. Both dishes arrived cold. We also ordered the gluhwein which cost $12 and turned out to be gluhwein in a tea bag that was not very good and...More
Excellent coffee, excellent food (mostly deserts on menu) and polished Viennese German style service. Also selection of truly unusual and good beers. Does not get a lot better! Must be kept in mind that it is more a cafe than a full restaurant, Other than...More
If the line here is too long, feel free to check out Cafe Fledermaus in the basement (same menu), but we found the line moved quickly enough and the Sabarsky had a charming atmosphere, although the tables are a bit too close together and we...More
Our waiter immediately replaced my rock-hard Esterhazyschnitte cake with the delicious Feuilletine. But why was it not good in the first place? Was the inedible cake layer stale? Was the whole thing just served straight from the cold fridge? It was very cold. Don’t they...More