It seems like when you walk down a street on Vienna every other shop is a Café, but I’m not complaining! There’s a never-ending supply of café houses in Vienna so it feels like you could go to a different one every single time! My favourite place to go for coffee is Palmenhaus. It isn’t strictly speaking a coffee house, more like a restaurant, but it’s also fine to go just for coffee and cake. It’s inside a huge glass building filled with plants and all the table cloths are white, so it’s a really open bright room, and lots of green everywhere. Even just being inside makes me happy! They do amazing breakfast and I always go for fried eggs and bacon. In Vienna the yolks are always runny, which took some getting used to but now I quite like it. Since moving to Vienna, I always drink coffee, because I’ve had so many waiters get confused when I ask for tea with milk. I’ve had a lot of people put the tea bag in pure cold milk, pure warm milk, and I’ve even had a waiter who put the teabag in some foamed milk. That was really strange to me, coming from a country where we drink tea like it’s water.