Cafe Im Schottenstift / Wien

Schottengasse 2 Wien 1010
+43 1 535155013
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 08:00 - 22:00
# 381 of 1640 Restaurants in Vienna
average 831 votes
Tips from the Net @ Cafe im Schottenstift
Christoph Klimek en
Typical viennese cafe. Very cosy. Friendly service. Expensive but similar cafes have comparable prices. Has a garden to sit outside. Seems to be a bit less touristic and to attract more the locals. GooglePlace - May 2017
Der Vorleser en
Used to be called Café Haag. Luckily, very little has changed. Loads of newspapers. Only four points, because the waiter constantly popped by to ask if he could bring us something. In the coffee house you should be left in peace. GooglePlace - April 2017
Alexander Leibenzon en
Accidentally found it, and since then I felt in love with the place. By walking the old town, I was looking for a place to rest my feet for a few minutes, so this way I found this place. The cafe was full of locals, which was a good sign for me (I prefer to look for authentic local places, instead of those which serves the tourists). The coffee and a berry pie were just fantastic, and the service was quick. Since then, I visited the place on different occasions, and ate there my lunches, which never disappointed me. Although the place serves mainly the locals, it does have an English menu and an average prices (in Austrian standards). Definitely a recommended place. Just remember, except small sign above the entrance, there is almost no other indicators of the place, so it can be somewhat difficult to find it for the first time. GooglePlace - April 2017
Klaus Speidel en
The calm -and less pricy - version of the fancy Café Diglas. A most special place is the garden under the trees with a real functioning monastery just next door. Get away from the city noise here. Relaxation guaranteed! GooglePlace - April 2017
Arie Rozichner en
Went there twice. Very cute cafe. Good food quality. Affordable prices. Quick and professional service. Well-built menu. If you want to enjoy the sweets, come earlier, since by end of the day they run out of them. GooglePlace - October 2016