where a latte macchiato costs 4,90 Euro, a cappucino 3,90 Euro and a espresso 2,90.
Ridiculous. It even weren't golden coffee beans.
Besides we tried their Klimt-breakfast, which read wonderful with nuts, olives, cherry tomato, egg, two different kinds of cheese (brie, emmentaler), ham, gugelhupf-cake, horseradish, winegrapes, butter, two piece of bread and a glass of fresh orange juice.
Well, reality was a bit different though.
First the waiter brought the orange juice. After that... nothing. For a real long time.
Finally the breakfast arrived, and it was like a bad joke. Instead of "olives" there was one olive. Half a cherry tomate. Instead of "nuts" five or sechs almonds. Two huge slices of butter, two slices of ham and cheese and the piece of brie. A small amount of horseradish. No winegrapes. At least a small glass with the orange juice, and the bread was fresh and good.
Nevertheless: Kinda ripoff and absolutely not enough for the 11 Euro the breakfast cost.
The applestrudel was nice with a reasonable price (5,50), so in total 2/5 for the overall experience.
Quite a pity, considering the wonderful location and atmosphere there.
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