Demel is, I think, the most famous of all Viennese teahouses. Apparently they're the only ones (apart from the Hotel Sacher, of course), who have the original recipe for sachertorte. Their hot chocolate is amazing. It's easily the best hot chocolate I've had anywhere in the world.
Hot Chocolate @ Demel
Demel Raspberry Baked Cheesecake
Raspberry Yogurt cake
Pastry Chef @ Demel taking a photo of his food... I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE!!!
Cafe Landtmann was a recommendation from TimeOut, and was a really nice place to sit and enjoy the balmy summer night. The waiters are really friendly, and the bathrooms are very nice.
Landtmann's Kugelhopf - Freud used to eat kugelhopf every day.
On a quick aside, topfen is the most delicious thing ever! The literal translation is cream cheese, but it is different from cream cheese - more grainy and thick and cheesy. It is so good! It's very uncommon to see cheese-based sweet pastries in Australia, (and even if we could, they wouldn't be as good), so I decided to indulge at every available opportunity.
Topfenstrudel, coffee and a cake that Clarice was eating
K&K Hofzuckerbacker L Heiner
This is another famous teahouse, with worn tapestry chairs and a very peaceful, quiet atmosphere.
Cafe Sperl Interior
Cafe Sperl Interior 2
Topfen Cake (more of that delicious topfen!)
Drinks in Sperl
Sperl Schnitzel - different from Figelmüller but still good!
Sperl Potato salad
Soma Himbeer - 500mls of deliciousness
Interior of Diglas
Coffee Diglas - I love the way that they serve coffee on silver trays with water!
Apfel Strudel @ Diglas
In case you're wondering, yes, we did eat all that food (and more!) in 2 days. On our last day in Vienna, I think we did 5 teahouses. It's a tough life..