Morning dawned, and we kinda slept through it. Going to sleep at a reasonable hour only to wake up at 12:30 with der jettischelaggen will do that - we got back to sleep and kept it up until 9. Then a bit of time in der gymnasium to work off the intended Topfenstreudel, and it was time for lunch.
By the by, this was really tasty. I couldn't shake the feeling that the Campbell's soup of Vienna (or Hungary) might taste just like this, but there's nothing wrong with that. This was sweet and spicy and hard to define, and either of us could have eaten three of the smallish bowls that soup comes in here (again, nothing wrong with that since it's EUR 4 per bowl).
The first is Topfenstreudel, which is filled with Topfen, also known as quark, also known as fresh cheese. It was glazed with apricots, I think, and acceptable if not outstanding.
Am I trying to sound bitter? Not at all. A very pleasant place. Nice atmosphere. Interesting waiters and patrons. Interesting and somewhat attractive kitchen and bathroom stairs (the stairs to the bathroom are in a large opening that descends through the front of the kitchen, so you can't help jockeying with waiters for position, and at the same time you can't help enjoying the flowers painted on the pale green staircase). A place that's worth going once.
Which we've now done. If you go, for goodness sake order from the dessert case instead of the menu.
Tel.: +43 1 512 61 15