The Art of Sunday Lunch
After a long walk through Schönbrunn Park,
homemade asparagus ravioli with dainty daisy garnish
The sky was still hidden behind heavy clouds,
but the incessant rain of Saturday had finally stopped
More moderate temperatures were slowly inching back
to the proper May level we had been wishing for
A chalkboard at the entrance to the romantic country setting
of the former playhouse shelter promised "Hot Love" -
hot raspberry sauce over vanilla ice-cream
Having lunch and coffee with a view of Schönbrunn's gardens -
even a glimpse of the palace roof, in the window frame in the top right corner
Espresso coffee and a Guglhupf to share,
what better end to a lovely alfresco lunch?
After all that feasting,
we took the long way home -
some sacrifices must be made, after all ;-)
Photographed with my mobile phone
Sunday, 24 May 2015, in Schönbrunn's
Landtmann's Jausen Station Meierei
A short walk from the Meidling entrance
to the grounds of Schönbrunn
Images and Text © by Merisi
-> The History of Landtmann's Jausenstation :
"Where once the emporer’s children were playing...
After the year 1918 the pavilion was not in use for about 10 years. Later on the pavilion was rebuild in a late 1920s style which was the basis for its look today. In 1927 a coffeehouse opened for the first time in the pavilion."
-> Homepage, in English, of Landtmann's Jausenstation
-> Map of Schönbrunn: Landtmann's Jausenstation is located near the east entrance of the park, bottom left, at "Lichte Allee" and "Meidlinger Vertiefung"
Homemade asparagus ravioli sounds scrumptious. Suddenly I feel very hungry!ReplyDelete
So beautiful, as ever dear Merisi!ReplyDelete
And it's asparagus season.
Happy memories of two summers ago!
Thank you, cara Elizabeth!Delete
It is time for a repeat visit to Vienna. :-)
Merisi, your Sunday looks like a wonderful day, having a walk in beautiful surroundings as the sky cleared, stopping for an elegant lunch in a welcoming restaurant with a history. Those ravioli look sooo light. The chef made great use of spring asparagus.ReplyDelete
And of course the coffee and shared pastry topped things off so well, before you all had another walk.
Ah, it does sound delicious and I'm definitely ready for breakfast now!! Terrific captures as always, Merisi!! And, thanks, as always for sharing!! Have a great new week!!ReplyDelete
Hot raspberry sauce on ice cream sounds to die for!ReplyDelete
Lovely pictures and the ravioli looks perfect...ReplyDelete
YOU LUCKY GIRL........those English daisies are some of my favorite flowers!ReplyDelete
What a Sunday. Glad you had so much fun. Beautiful pictures.ReplyDelete
Asparagus and Ravioli .mmmm tasty . Lovely gardens too. Great way to end a lunch. xoReplyDelete
I'm just "eating up" this post, and the beautiful way you have presented Sunday lunch!ReplyDelete