Tuesday, 29 May 2012

May I tempt you?
A perfect slice of Australian Pavlova in Vienna


Sweet Temptation from Down Under
Australia meets Vienna:
An expertly baked Pavlova meringue cake
with a whipped cream and berries topping,
served with a Großen Braunen,
a double espresso with a shot of milk

Served today at the Daniel Bakery
of the Daniel Design Hotel
Landstrasser Gürtel
3rd District
Images and Text © by Merisi



12 comments:

  1. I ate my very first pavlova (baked by a friend of mine) two years ago. This looks a little different but very delicious.

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  2. I am definitely tempted.

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  3. Hello Marisa, you are always tempting us, with very tasty cakes and fab cafes :-)

    Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog today, I had to do the post, as it is a very difficult illness to deal with and very hard too talk about and it is another step forward for me, take care Anne x

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  4. I'd probably prefer chocolate but I'd eat this too!

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  5. How is it possible to get a sugar high from a PHOTOGRAPH? *clunk*

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  6. Australian, Austrian - the difference is just to letters "al". I would add another "l" to that difference and eat it ALL :-).

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  7. Of course the New Zealanders will argue that the Pavlova originated in their country!

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  8. Yum yum
    I miss yr big pics..can't dive into it...

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  9. The pavlova is gorgeous! The first time I had this dessert was in New Zealand. What a treat it was! Your photo brings back memories of that special day.

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  10. Wow. I've never heard of it before but now I'm pretty sure I must try one.

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