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(Closed) Wiener Kaffeehaus Cafe (Neil Road)

European, German, Western

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5 votes

6226 3148
$23 based on 5 reviews
Anthony Chng • 13 Sep 20079 reviews 2 followers

This is my 2nd visit to Wiener Kaffeehaus
 
The ambience of this place is what attracts me and it is "almost" perfect for lazing around on a weekend afternoon or dinner (followed by post dinner gossips).
 
The Einspanner I had was a tad too cold for my liking but overall the aroma was still very attractive.
 
Had the Alt Wiener Suppentopf the last round with the farmers platter so chose the Fiaker Gulasch yesterday.
 
The meat...

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    Anthony Chng • 13 Sep 20079 reviews 2 followers

    This is my 2nd visit to Wiener Kaffeehaus
     
    The ambience of this place is what attracts me and it is "almost" perfect for lazing around on a weekend afternoon or dinner (followed by post dinner gossips).
     
    The Einspanner I had was a tad too cold for my liking but overall the aroma was still very attractive.
     
    Had the Alt Wiener Suppentopf the last round with the farmers platter so chose the Fiaker Gulasch yesterday.
     
    The meat...

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    Ji Lian's sister • 21 May 2007216 reviews 29 followers

    Wiener Kaffeehaus is a great place to hang out on a lazy weekend afternoon and chill with a good book or with friends. The atmosphere is cool, spacious and airy, and the service is generally good.
     
    I'm not much of a coffee drinker (decaf wimp, you see) but I appreciated how the mocha came with syrup on the side, so you could make it as sweet as you liked (as opposed to most other places, where mochas are generally...

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    kuehbangkit • 20 May 200741 reviews 21 followers

    As you enter, you are greeted with all things Austrian - street lamps, antique chairs with marble topped tables, including reproductions of Austrian symbolist painter, Gustav Klimt's on the walls.
     
    Food
     
    You must tried the Wiener Schnitzel - chicken or pork covered in crumbs - we had the pork version and it was probably the most outstanding of the four items that we ordered.
     
    The farmer's platter offered a selection of sausage, smoked meats and sauerkraut -...

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