Thursday, 1 August 2013

French Feast
Café Le Bol



A quiet moment
great coffee


latent temptations
dreams within and beyond


and the sugar bowls,
always full

Café Le Bol
Pâtisserie, Bistro
Neuer Markt 14

Link:
-> La Carte @ LE BOL Pâtisseries * Café * Bistro * Table d´hôtes
I have had breakfast, lunch, dinner, coffee, alone and in company,
many many times, and it was always a feast for the senses.
I love the service, the cuisine, the atmosphere, in quiet and in busy times
Tip: Walk by and make a reservation in person, ahead of time. You'll thank me.
D800 50 mm lens

19 comments:

  1. Dear Readers:
    During the last week or so I published my pictures in a larger format.
    Looking back, though, I felt that this changed the "character" of my blog: I like to tell "stories" and put not so much emphasis on a single picture. So I went back to a smaller image size.

    You can still see the larger version by clicking on the pictures.
    Any thoughts on that?

    Thank you for being out there and commenting, it is a wonderful experience to blog, knowing YOU are out there,
    cheers,
    Merisi

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  2. Mmmm -- just gorgeous!

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  3. Aw...! I have been waiting for another one of your 'coffee' shots. I can't drink hot coffee at moment because of my recent tooth extraction but I can enjoy your photograph :).

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    1. Drats! I hope you are soon back in full coffee mode! ;-)
      How about hot espresso with cold milk, then drink it with a straw?
      Sincerely,
      Dr. Coffee
      Ministry of Coffee
      Vienna

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  4. Merisi, perhaps over the years during which I've been greatly enjoying your posts of photographs and poetry, I've grown accustomed to the smaller format. I think it is a perfect fit.

    (Of course it was also a pleasure to see your experiment last week. I sometimes have clicked on certain photographs to enlarge them, so it's great to continue to have that additional option.)

    Today's still life photographs are classic. xo

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    1. Thank you, Frances,
      very kind of you, as always it is a pleasure to read your thoughts and opinions!
      Hugs,
      M. xxx

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  5. I love the quality of the larger pictures, but tend to agree that the smaller ones make for more writing space. Your observations, and the sequences, are always a pleasure to see.

    How far ahead does Le Bol take reservations? Thursday October 31st I will be walking the streets. OOps must not forget Cafe Ansari as well !

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    1. Kurwenal,
      thank you for the feedback, very much appreciated! :-)
      I shall ask the next time I walk by Le Bol. Let me know what time you'd have the reservation for, and I'll attempt to book ahead.
      I have another restaurant recommendation, hope to publish pictures soon (right next to Ansari).
      Warm greetings,
      M.

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    2. Re Sequence:
      Yes, whether they "work" or not, i give the sequence some thought (I need to have some fun, don't I?).

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  6. I'll take six cubes of sugar please!

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  7. The perfect way to start my day -- now if someone would just bring me my cup of coffee with cream??? And three cubes of sugar!! Have a wonderful weekend, Merisi!!

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  8. I love the little brown sugar cubes and have finally found them here in the states. I have antique tongs to go with the sugar bowl. I'm feeling very European and would love to share a cup of coffee with you.

    An early wish for a happy weekend.
    Sam

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    1. I remember the expensive small boxes of brown sugar cubes at Safeway! ;-)

      And why in the world was I spelling tongs the way I did? Alright, will correct it immediately, thank you, Sam!

      A wonderful weekend to you, too,
      Merisi

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    2. Ha! I was clever enough not to use the word tong!!!! ;-)

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  9. There's something very appealing about photos of coffee cups...

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  10. Un café français à Vienne ? Je lis que tu as aimé, donc, il est à la hauteur des cafés Viennois ! :D
    Bon week-end Merisi !

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  11. Looks nice....
    So what are you reading?

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