Isn´t it kind of a coincidence this year´s Valentine´s day happened to be during the sunniest and most spring alike week of the whole year so far? Maybe. When sun´s out, strolling around the city is even much more fun. Especially when exploring leads to coffee place discovering.
Today I am happy introducing you a very cute and charming sort of café. I would say, it is a place where vintage furniture (how cool are blue salon sofas btw?), the most colourful flowers and special or rather oriental looking cutlery come together. I visited this café with a friend from England. She obviously had tea there, I went with a typical latte. 🙂 The coffee selection is pretty much the same as in the “Fürth Café” which is also a damn good spot in Vienna when it comes to coffee. Yayyy – wait, another Vienna spot? As I am spending most of the time in Vienna due to work and studies right now, I am trying to provide you the very best coffee related tips although it is not so varied as I wished it was for you at the moment, I know..copy that. But soon there will be mentioned some café tips of a northern German city and maybe some British ones within the next months, I promise. For now, back to the one I am about to present you here. – Oh one more thing though, the reason why the coffee is the same as in the above mentioned viennese coffee place “Fürth”, is simple: they do the coffee delivery. I am not saying they do the coffee preparing as well but someone needs to do the roasting, right?
Café Ansari, I don´t know why it took me so long to discover you. If I had known you sooner, I´d probably have visited you on a regular basis already. Thus I´m happy having the chance now 🙂 Entering a new café is always an interesting moment for me. So much to capture at the same time, folks!! As soon as I entered this café, I felt veryyy welcomed – the staff instantly provided us an amazing table. Just saying, when someone is offering you a window table including a bunch of wonderful bright flowers placed next to a very cosy blue sofa, which enables you the very best view all over the café, the answer needs to be more than yes! A big big yes, agree?
Café Ansari does breakfast and amazing main courses plus desserts too. I could sneak some on the neighboured tables while I was truly enjoying my latte. Furniture is a thing, I appreciate cafés who fall for dark furniture as much as I do. The contrast with the colourful decor is great. One fun fact I did notice too: the glasses the staff uses for the drinks could work as ones for flowers as well. And vice versa. I literally could not see a difference sometimes. Sorry for not capturing those but maybe you are curious enough now to double check this. You´ll find the Café Ansari in the second district of Vienna near the busy Schwedenplatz. For the viennese insiders of you, just pass along the narrow street near the fancy Sofitel and stop a few meters before the sushi place Mochi, then I´m pretty sure you´ve made it successfully!