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The 10 Best Places To Have Brunch in Vienna, Austria

The 10 Best Places To Have Brunch in Vienna, Austria

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Updated: 25 October 2016
Austrian cuisine not only specializes in spicy main dishes or desserts, the Austrians are also masters of making delicious breakfasts. Here, we introduce you into the world of brilliant brunches in Vienna, perfect places for a slow start to the day.


The Palmenhaus is situated in the beautiful Burggarten,  very close to the National Library and the Vienna State Opera. This glasshouse was built in the 19th century, and has an adjacent butterfly house which should be visited. The restaurant offers one of the best breakfasts in the city,  salmon, cereals and fruits, or a classical Austrian option with ham and a soft-boiled egg are available and well worth trying.

Burggarten 1, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 5331033

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Weltcafé‘s location and menu make it eternally popular with students. The café uses only 100% fair traded and organic products, to prepare affordable and delicious food and drink. The range of breakfasts is like a journey around the world, you can chose from Nepalese, Oriental and English breakfast options, served all day.

Schwarzspanierstrasse 15, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 4053741


Ulrich is the perfect place for a late breakfast.  The menu ranges  from an extraordinary breakfast dishes, to well-topped bread and sweet meals, as well as fruits and fresh juices. But, no matter what time you visit, the food is a feast for the eyes and for the palate..


Sankt-Ulrichs-Platz 1, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 9612782

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Danube Tower

The Danube Tower is one of the attractions that you should definitely see during a visit to Vienna. At 252 meters, it is still the tallest building in the city. It is located in the Danube Park, and was designed for the Viennese International Gardening Show in 1964. Today, it works as a café and restaurant, but also offers a spectacular view over the city and its adjacent areas. And at the weekend, guests can enjoy this view while eating brunch from 11am to 2pm.


Donauturmstraße 4, Vienna, Austria , +43 1 2633572

Das Augustin

Although not centrally located,Das Augustin is a gem.  Breakfast is served at the weekends and holidays from the moment they open the doors until mid-afternoon. Guests will find a relaxed atmosphere and homemade dishes, with the ingredients coming from organic farms. You can choose between seven set dishes but also arrange your own breakfast. A wider range of coffee, tea and hot chocolate is offered, together with homemade ice tea, and fresh orange juice and prosecco.


Märzstrasse 67, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 9821364

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The simply furnished Figar is an all in one restaurant, café and bar that offers plenty of breakfast variations every day. There are, classic Viennese breakfasts with bread rolls, marmalade, ham and soft boiled eggs, but they also offer a breakfast with raw vegetables and fruits. .


Kirchengasse 18, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 8909947


The team at Himmelblau, which means ‘sky blue’ in English, calls themselves ‘the living room at the Kutschkermarket’, and deservedly so. It is a very cosy place with homely atmosphere. This restaurant uses only the best products directly from the surrounding market, and prepares their own dishes and desserts. Their breakfast options are freshly cooked and really worth tasting.


Kutschkergasse 36, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 660 7741410

Restaurant Mill

Restaurant Mill has a beautiful green garden, and is the ideal place to have a plentiful brunch. The menu features handmade antipasti of vegetables, cheese and pâté. Guests will also find cereals, fruits, salads, and different egg dishes, in addition to homemade tarts and cakes. Every week is a surprise, as the brunch dishes are regularly changing.


Millergasse 32, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 9664073

Café Tunnel

Café Tunnel is very popular with students. It offers nine different varieties of breakfast,  the most famous one is the Arabic breakfast with round flat loaf, hummus, sheep’s milk cheese, olives, tzatziki and falafel. It is ideal for late risers, as breakfast is offered until 12pm on weekdays, and until 3pm on the weekend. Café Tunnel organises regular live concerts, and also has a book exchange corner.


Florianigasse 39, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 9904400

Café Tunnel | Image courtesy of Café Tunnel
Café Tunnel | Image courtesy of Café Tunnel

Die Wäscherei

Die Wäscherei is a restaurant and cocktail bar, and it offers brunch on Saturdays. There is the early brunch option, from 9am to 12pm, and the so called ‘high noon brunch’, from 12pm to 3pm. It is the ideal place to stop off with groups of people, and has a comfortable garden to relax in too. They offer anything from ham and egg dishes, to fruits and handmade cakes , everything you need.

Landstrasser Hauptstrasse 19, Vienna, Austria, +43 1 2366811