Friday 25 March 2011

Kleines Café
Vienna's smallest Coffee House

A Viennese Mélange
Espresso with foamed milk

All the News
on bent beechwood
newspaper holders

Thonet Bentwood Chairs
and tufted leather bench

Kleines Café
They say it is Vienna's smallest coffee house,
but it has a big heart nonetheless
and excellent coffee
What more could
one wish for?
Enjoy! :-)

Images and Text
© by Merisi


  1. looks wonderful..hope you have a great weekend!!

  2. wonderful. especially love the first two shots :) the espresso looks really inviting :)

  3. the unforgettable, unmistakable Viennese cafe!

  4. Thank you! :-)

    May your weekends be all you want them to be,
    full of sunshine and good people around you!

    I am looking forward to Sunday,
    exams behind me, breath a little, at least for a little while, before the next ones loom.
    I may even get a chance to have coffee elsewhere,
    the kind that does not come from the coffee robot at the university. ;-)


  5. WOW! What a foam!! Amazing.

  6. That's a nice head of cream.

  7. It looks like a wonderful little place, and cozy. Love that tempting cup up top and those good-to-the-last-drop shots below! Have a great weekend, Merisi!

  8. Thank you all! :-)

    To the kind email writer who wanted to know more about the Kleines Café, Kleines Café
    to all of you wanting to know more, I'd recommend to click on the label "Kleines Café" at the bottom of the post. It will open a link with a series of posts about that coffee house.

    And now back to the list of things I still need to do before tomorrow morning. Or better, before I go to bed tonight. ;-

    Btw, those pictures are a year old. They make me long to have the time to visit that place soon again.

  9. Hi Merisi! I've been following your blog for a few years already, but during the last few months I had been to busy that have not even been able to turn on the computer. I was trying to see older posts at the archives section but is not possible.

    Well, thank you very much for posting these beautiful pictures, I never get tired of seeing coffee cups, and roses, and tulips, and wonderful buildings.


  10. Being small myself, I would love to have coffee in the smallest coffeehouse in Vienna!

    Wishing you a wonderful spring weekend!


  11. Armida,
    thank you! :-)

    I know the archive is not accessible through the most obvious route, but: clicking on the labels of each post will lead you to it. I don't like the way the blog looks when the archive is "on", but do not have the time (and skills) to change it. Once autumn rolls around, I will try to find a way.

    I enjoy the daily challenge of throwing a post together. This being a non-commercial blog, there only for my enjoyment and people like you, I cannot carry it beyond that thrown-together level it is now. I have moments when I feel I should "hide" my older posts, I am my own's worst critic, pictures I snapped last year are so far from what I would like to capture now. I have to leave working on my skills and what I want to persue "in real life" behind the scenes, at least for the foreseeable future. In the meantime, I have a jolly good time playing with this blog, and getting to know you readers, your immensely valuable feedback (I have learned a whole lot from you!), and this little diary to look back to one day.
    With gratitude,

  12. Thanks, Betty,
    a wonderful weekend to you too! :-)
    (I heard the cherry blossoms are ready to burst in our old hometown!)

  13. Coffee is an Art in Wien !
    Nice week-end,

  14. Oh my Meresi, you could have quit at the image of the Viennese Mélange....does that not look gloriously delicious...yum~

  15. Oh my Meresi, you could have quit at the image of the Viennese Mélange....does that not look gloriously delicious...yum~

  16. I am not really a coffee drinker but each time I see your pictures I feel like I would have a cup with pleasure:)


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