Viennese Food - Eating Sachertorte Cake in Vienna, Austria at Café Sacher Wien

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Come join us for Viennese Food as we try eating Sachertorte Cake in Vienna, Austria at the famous Café Sacher Wien. Given it was our first full day of visiting Vienna we take you along for the 30 minute walk from our apartment to Sacher Hotel. Upon arriving at the cafe in Vienna we have a short wait in line before we're seated and within minutes the food and drinks we've ordered arrives at our table. The following is our complete order:
1) Original Sacher Torte mit Schlag (Original Sacher Torte with whipped cream)
2) Liliput Original Sacher Gewürzgugelhupf (Viennese ring cake with sweet spices, ginger and candied orange)
3) Wiener Eisschokolade mit Schlagobers (Viennese iced chocolate topped with whipped cream and praline sticks)
4) Wiener Melange (Shot of espresso topped with steamed milk and milk foam in equal parts and a swirl of whipped cream in your coffee)
Address for Café Sacher Wien:
Cafe Sacher Wien
Philharmonikerstrasse 4, Vienna 1010, Austria
+43 1 514560
8:00 AM - 12:00 AM (daily)
More information about Sachertorte:
Sacher torte, a chocolate cake, was invented by Austrian Franz Sacher in 1832 for Prince Wenzel von Metternich in Vienna, Austria. Considered to be one of the most famous Viennese culinary specialties it is celebrated annually on the 5th of December as National Sachertorte Day.
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Viennese Food - Eating Sachertorte Cake in Vienna, Austria at Café Sacher Wien Video Transcript:
Good morning. We're here in Vienna (Wien).
We figured today we would go out for cake. Yeah. Cake is going to be our lunch so we're going to be trying the famous Sachertorte (Sacher Torte). We're going to the hotel where it originated and we'll be eating at Cafe Zacher Wien (Sacher Hotel). And it is a bit of a walk. It is a bit of a walk for sure. It is like 30 minutes according to Google Maps. Yes. So but this is our first time to explore Vienna (Wien) on foot so we're actually quite excited and yeah we'll show you a bit of the journey along the way. Now let's go earn our cake.
I went with the classic I ordered the Sachertorte so if you take a look here it has got a little chocolate seel letting you know it if the official. The original. The original. And also this little paper Sacher the original since 1832.
And if I open this they say they make they make this cake fresh every single day and you can enjoy it in Vienna, Salzburg, Innsbruck or in Graz.
They made the chocolate cake with apricot jam, a little bit of cream on the side. It has subtle flavors.
I ordered a iced chocolate. Iced hot chocolate (Wiener Eisschokolade mit Schlagobers). Ice chocolate. With ice cream, whipped cream and these little pralines on top. OMG. It is so good. I've already had some. In case you hadn't noticed. I think we've noticed. Haha.
It is just such a rich chocolate.
We figured we would try two different cakes. Yep. So Sam do you remember which one you got? Yes, I am trying the Liliput (Original Sacher Gewürzgugelhupf) and this is another Viennese specialty. Yeah. So why don't we have a dissection here.
So it is a ring cake with spices, ginger, candied orange. That looks so good.
Alright Mister. So for your drink he got the Wiener Melange. The wiener melange. So basically that is an espresso with milk and whipped cream. Oh la lah.
Here is the bill. Alrighty so 26 Euros total. Basically 13 per person. Yeah. And the most expensive thing that we ordered was your drink. So yeah, you obviously come here for the ambience. The experience but also the cake is delicious. I have to say and we do recommend you guys come here. And now let's go walk off all that sugar.
This is part of our Travel in Austria video series showcasing Austrian food, Austrian culture and Austrian cuisine.
'Sthlm Sunset' music in this video courtesy of 'Ehrling' from (SoundCloud.com) under a creative commons license.
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