One last stop to cake shop on our last day at Vienna. Heiner is another old school patisserie and cafe dates back from the 1800s. The first floor is a shop while 2nd floor is the dine-in cafe area. The interior is very old school with gold edges and coo coo clocks, like a Grandma’s living room.
Like other patisserie we went in Vienna, you picked the items you want from the display window and let the server know what you want. Heiner’s open face sandwiches were clearly not as refine and pretty as Sluka’s.
Both are good!
kaisermelange: Egg yolk whipped with sugar and cognac in black coffee and a little milk. The liquor was quite strong tasting.
The cakes were good but not fantasatic. The Esterhazytorte was definitely not as good as Demel’s.