Café Jonas Reindl / Wien

Währingerstraße 2-4 Wien 1090
+43 664 1980040
Opening Hours
Sun 10:30 - 18:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 07:30 - 22:00
Sat 09:30 - 22:00
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Tips from the Net @ Café Jonas Reindl
Anton Bangratz en
One of the top third wave coffee bars in Vienna, it usually delivers. But personally, the interior (especially the seating) leaves a lot to be desired, especially the chairs are a bother for people that are not 100% fit or a bit overweight. Also, in comparison to other places, the coffee quality is not quite there most of the time. It is a bit hit-and-miss, and the lighter and fruitier variants are often a bit lacking or overextracted. All in all quite good, but could be just a little better. GooglePlace - July 2017
Florian Lloyd-Pötscher en
Cute coffee shop / cafe. For Vienna, already quite hipster (interior design, self service, several types of coffee beans). But very nice to have a breakfast or coffee. Can be quite busy though in the afternoon. GooglePlace - June 2017
David Bernegger en
The English vocabulary is too limited for the taste of the ultimate coffee experience you will get here. Good roasters, perfect art. a joy to sit here and let the time pass. GooglePlace - June 2017
Oleg Zavorin ru
Уютная кофейня третьей волны. Делают четкое эспрессо меню на божественной victoria arduino. Бонус - они реселлеры Wendelboe. Foursquare - June 2017
Tina Chern en
I come to the coffee shop almost every weekend, latte and americano are always great, tried the cold brew for the first time, and really didn't like it. It tastes awfully sour, leaves a bitter taste in the mouth like a medicine. I've tried cold brew all over the city, it's the first time I couldn't swallow it. When I expressed the dissatisfaction to the staff, she told me it's your taste it's not our coffee's problem, so we can exchange it but you have to pay for a second one. Very poor customer experience. I never had to return a drink in a coffee shop, and never had been told that it's your taste that's the problem, and wouldn't exchange a single coffee for a regular. I was very disappointed, and didn't think I would come back again. However, the barista made a nice gesture 30 minutes later. He dropped by the table and gave me a stamped card for a free coffee in the future. It makes a huge difference when a business values customer feedback, and not drive customers away over a 3.60 euro experience. I appreciated the gesture. GooglePlace - May 2017