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(Closed) Wiener Kaffeehaus Cafe (Neil Road)

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6226 3148
$23 based on 5 submissions
Quiet (4 votes), Brunch (3 votes), Chillout (3 votes)
Anthony Chng

Good place to chill

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 was tender and the stew was delicious. Only complaint (sic) was that it left me quite full with no space for the strudel.

My wife took the set dinner and she was all praise for it.

Overall, we spent 45 mins eating and 1 hour gossiping after that. Certainly a greta place to hang out since the crowd size is not too overwhelming except on weekends.

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13 Sep 2007 • 9 reviews • 2 followers

Good place to chill

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
21 May 2007 • 216 reviews • 29 followers

Great atmosphere, but I wasn't terribly impressed by the food

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 syru
20 May 2007 • 41 reviews • 21 followers

Real food, real coffee, real portions

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 versio
11 Mar 2007 • 10 reviews • 4 followers

Homely, great for chilling...

A small establishment. Wiener Kaffeehaus is a great place for catching up with friends in an intimate setting.

Food wasn't fancy, but it was very nicely done. We had a pork schnitzel ($18) which came in a generous portion and was very delicately fried, a bratwurst ($10) and cucumber salad
12 Feb 2007 • 254 reviews • 39 followers

Great ambience, good value

Set lunch for $12.80++ with main course, soup and desert (and coffee/tea??) plus great ambience (lotsa wooden furnishings) and the constant aroma of freshly brewed coffee. I feel different just entering the restaurant.