May 20, 2008 5

Cafe-Restaurant milo (Vienna: MuseumsQuartier)

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As we were stuffed from the rich breakfast, we would have multiple snacks and cakes during the day. After a few brutal hours at the Museums Quarter, we rested and snacked at the Cafe-Restaurant milo which is part of the Architecture Museum.


Gorgeous arabesques patterns and Turkish Vaulted Ceiling! Though the menu is actually a modern take of Austrian traditional fusion with western European cookings (mainly Italian). I didn’t see any Turkish dish.


Clear Tomato Soup with Mozzarella-Wild Garlic Dumpling: it’s so delicious! I don’t get it, it’s just a tomato soup, but it’s so delicious~ It’s full of different flavors.


Viennese Potato Gulasch: more like sausage goulash (the potatoes are cooked till thick starchy stew). Very salty and trashy tasting but I still manage to gulp it down (slowly) because it’s very tasty.


Tomato-Basil Bruschetta.

Cafe-Restaurant milo (at the Architecture Museum)
Museumsplatz 1, MuseumsQuartier, Vienna

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5 Responses to “Cafe-Restaurant milo (Vienna: MuseumsQuartier)”

  1. valentine says:

    you know, I’ve been wanting to ask….
    1. how do you keep track of the names of all the menues?(@_@;)
    2. did you have any language problems when ordering?? (・∀・)

  2. seat says:

    I wondered about Q2 too. ^^;;
    The tomato soup looks like Chinese/Vietnamese fish ball(with green veggy) soup! The sausage goulash reminds me of HK cafe menu too…^^;;;

  3. Freda says:

    1. hehe I took photo of the menu of course…^^;;
    2. No problem at all, it seems like everyone in Prague and Vienna speaks English! (unlike Paris…^^;;) I was so grateful for having such a easy time.

  4. valentine says:

    ohhh! never thought of taking pic of the menu!!@o@
    thinking ahead–very smart!!

    haha, the French people probably resist speaking english
    evern if they can!

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