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- Posted:Friday, February 5, 2010
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Vienna's Cafe Aida is one for those with sweet teeth
According to Andy Hayes of Tips from the T-List, this little establishment is one of Europe's "real foodie [attractions]", which suggests that it could definitely be worth a visit. Fans of the colour pink in particular will love the venue, as they hold an only-pink policy, something that is obvious as soon as you step onto the premises.
People are shielded from the summer sun (and winter rain) by big pink umbrellas and parasols, the waitresses are dressed in - you guessed it - pink and the majority of the cakes for sale come with pink icing. Yum!
Mr Hayes said that one of his favourites is the topfen strudel - "a cream cheese strudel (although the cream cheese isn't exactly the same as the one you're thinking of)".
He also commented that Cafe Aida would be the perfect choice for all those museum trekkers who are footsore and have found sightseeing extremely thirsty work. Stop here for refreshment before hitting the galleries once more.
A good one to check out if you're in the region next year will be the city's own Madame Tussauds, due to open its doors in 2011. You'll be able to exclaim over the likenesses of greats such as Mozart, Freud, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Brad Pitt. What fun!
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