Brunch in Vienna

A new interpretation of the Viennese “Gemütlichkeit”

In the last few years, the Viennese have developed into true brunch fans. Because of this, an increasing number of cafés and restaurants now offer an extensive brunch buffet, above all at weekends and on public holidays. A great and relaxed way to start the day and you can easily spend several hours enjoying your brunch. Today we would like to present our favourite locations for a perfect brunch in Vienna.

Salzberg – One of Vienna’s oldest brunch locations


The classic amongst the Viennese brunch restaurants is the Salzberg in Vienna’s sixth district. It is located in a side street, not far from the well-known shopping street, Mariahilfer Straße, and, in addition to a generous interior, it also has a small garden where you can sit and enjoy your food. Brunch is served here every Saturday, Sunday and on public holidays from 9am to 4pm. You can choose from a wide range of dishes – from various types of bread, cheese, ham, cereals, fruit and vegetables to warm dishes like porridge, boiled eggs, waffles and much more – everything to satisfy the desires of breakfast fans. And, if you are not feeling too hungry, the Salzberg also offers various breakfast packages as an alternative.

Salzberg
Website: https://www.salzberg.at/
Address: Magdalenenstraße 17, 1060 Vienna
Tel. no.: +43 (1) 581 62 26
Opening times: Monday – Friday: 4pm – midnight
Saturday: 9am – midnight
Sunday: 9am – midnight

Brunch
Every Saturday, Sunday and public holiday from 9am – 4pm
Price: € 17.80

 

Caffè Latte – The popular classic in Vienna’s 7th district

Not far from the Salzberg, there is another brunch location, which is very popular with the Viennese. The Caffè Latte in Neubaugasse continues to be a great favourite due to its reputation as one of the best known cafés serving brunch. We highly recommend that you make a reservation before going there, as it can be very difficult to get a table. You can do this easily online by reserving a table on the café’s website.

At the weekend and on public holidays you can enjoy a brunch buffet with a wide range of dishes for € 15.90. In addition to the brunch classics, there is also a warm buffet with two different types of soup, five main dishes to choose from as well as a warm dessert. Alternatively, you can choose from the breakfast menu, which offers various types of breakfast. In summer, even more guests are attracted by the cosy garden in the courtyard of the café.

Caffè Latte
Website: http://www.caffelatte.eu/
Address: Neubaugasse 39, 1070 Vienna
Tel. no.: +43 1 523 55 09
Opening times:
Monday – Thursday: 7am – 1am
Friday – Saturday: 7am – 2am
Sunday, Public holidays: 11am – 1am

Brunch
At weekends and public holidays from 10:30am – 3pm
Price: € 15.90

 

Sneak In – The new trendy café in Vienna

Currently, one of the trendiest brunch locations in the city is Sneak In in the seventh district as this small café is situated directly in a sneaker store. Here the food is prepared according to the saying, “A feast for the eyes as well as the palate“. In hardly any other café will you find such attention to detail in the presentation of the numerous delicacies. It is not without reason that the brunch in Sneak In is a popular motif in Instagram accounts of many Viennese. You can go here for brunch every Sunday from 10am until 3pm for €18 and try out all the dishes on offer as well as a hot drink and homemade ice tea. A reservation is necessary as the tables are often reserved for weeks in advance. But if you manage to get a table here, you will definitely know why!

Sneak In
Website: http://www.sneakin.at/
Address: Siebensterngasse 12, 1070 Vienna
Opening times:
Tuesday to Thursday: 10am – midnight
Friday to Saturday: 10am – 2am
Sunday: 10am – 6pm

Brunch
Every Sunday from 10am – 3pm
Price: € 18

 

Das Campus – Brunch at the heart of the new University Campus

The campus of the University of Economics and Business is located very close to Vienna’s Prater. The new campus was opened in 2013 and is impressive due to the different architectural styles of its buildings, which have a usable area of approx. 100,000 m².

And precisely here you will find our next restaurant where you can enjoy a wonderful brunch on a Sunday. The Campus serves brunch every Sunday and on public holidays from 10am to 2pm. You can choose from a wide range of homemade delicacies, including a prosecco bar and a hot drink of your choice for € 26.90. The Campus is particularly suitable for families with children as there are even toys available for the younger guests. In summer, the children can run around on the terrace of the Campus as cars are not permitted here. A little trip to Vienna’s Prater is a perfect end to an extensive breakfast at the Campus.

Das Campus
Website: http://dascampus.at/
Address: Welthandelsplatz 1 (entrance Trabrennstrasse), 1020 Vienna
Opening times: Monday – Friday: 11am to midnight
Saturday: 9am to midnight
Sunday and public holidays: 9am to 6pm

Brunch
Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 2pm
Price: € 26.90

 

Brandauer – down-to-earth traditional fare and prosecco

Who would ever have thought that a Viennese beer establishment would offer a “prosecco brunch“? In Brandauer Gerngross – above the rooftops of Vienna – we found one! Every Sunday from 10:30am to 3pm, a particularly extensive brunch buffet, including a glass of prosecco, is offered. The price is also unbeatable – for only € 19.90 you can choose from a wide range of cold delicacies but also from freshly made roasts, such as roasted pork, which are also served here. You can try out a variety of traditional, down-to-earth Austrian fare. On hot days, it is particularly comfortable on the roof terrace with its great view over Vienna. Also here we recommend that you reserve a table in advance.

Brandauer Gerngross
Website: http://www.bierig.at/
Address: Mariahilfer Straße 42-48, 1070 Vienna
Opening times: 10am – midnight

Brunch
Every Sunday and public holiday from 10:30am to 3pm
Price: € 19.90

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