FRENCH CAFE AND PATISSERIE
Did you know that Viennese cuisine in 18th century was under the big influence of France? Even today many traditional restaurants in Vienna offer some French dishes to their guests. And overall French community is quite strong in Vienna. However, the most traditional culinary “landmark” of France, the croissant, came to France from Vienna!
In 1770 Austrian archduchess Marie-Antoinette married the French king and brought her favourite Wiener Kipferl to Paris. In 20th century French backers changed the recipe to get the croissant as we know it today.
Amazing story ! The best part of it is that you can enjoy fresh hand-made croissants not only in France. Come to French cafe-patisserie Tart’a tata in Vienna and voilà – here they are. Besides, there are also pain au chocolat, quiche, tarts and of course eclairs with different fillings, our favourites. Small, but cozy, Tart’a tata is the best place to relax after or between your shopping endeavors. And don’t forget to check out the Camille Boyer shop.
Lindengasse 25 | 1070 Wien
Mon - Sat 08h00 - 19h00