Tuesday 1 May 2007

Dommayer's Café

For pictures of Dommayer's
throughout the year,
click here, please.

And no, I wasn't sitting in the Kaffeehaus,
only buying a
rhubarb strudel and a chocolate mousse cake,
to take home for tea with my youngest.
After having walked a good hour
along the Danube at the Vienna Marina,
and criss-crossed St. Marx Cemetary for one more,
I'd like to point out.


  1. Mini Zitronnen Torte von Oberla... Ich habe so eine Errinerung von dem "Fragilité" aus Oberla.. So lecker!

  2. Anonymous01 May, 2007

    I remember that red dress. It is beautiful ;-)

    I'd love to visit the Wien café's with you.......

  3. If I send you 14.50 Euros will you puleeze buy that Zitron Torte and tell me how it is?
    How did that girl from Venice get to Vienna?

  4. Anonymous02 May, 2007

    The Dommayer has been sold to Kurkonditorei Oberlaa, they kept the name, though (it's in my neighboorhood). Have to look up "Fragilité" next time, never eaten.
    I got two. *chuckle*
    By my honour! I shall taste it at my expense - little sacrifices sweeten the friendship, don't they? -, next time my zitron loving friend rolls around (you read this, W.???!).
    That girl shows up everywhere! *sigh*

  5. Actually, I'll have half a dozen please;o)

  6. Cream,
    you realize how large that tart is? (Please, you can eat as many as you'd like, I am only worrying a little about how to get you down the hill afterwards! Rolling, maybe?).

  7. Yummmmmmmmmmmmmm....

    You are really really wicked ;) Now I need to run to the nearby cake shop

  8. Anonymous02 May, 2007

    Yup, I am the WWW! :-)
    Thanks for visiting, hope the cakes you found were good.


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