Cafe Sperl

Gumpendorfer Straße 11, 1060 Vienna, Austria Get Directions to this spot
Gumpendorfer Straße 11
1060 Vienna
Austria
+43 1 5864158open now

18 reviews for Cafe Sperl

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  • Floor Drees
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    • 04. Nov 2011

    Awesome, in a frumpy, old-fashioned way. Great place to bring your parents (in law) probably.

  • Munee S.
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    • 03. Sep 2010

    I agree that the food is hit or miss but it is a typical and charming Viennese cafe.

  • Mantis
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    • 07. Oct 2008

    Since they raised the prices it´s super-pricey. Bye-bye Sperl, it was fun, no it is over.

  • batesman
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    • 21. Feb 2008

    I've been coming here for nearly 20 years and very little has changed, which is comforting in a way. Service is fine, can be a bit typically Viennese in the evening. Food is hit or miss, but the coffee and ambience cannot be beat.

  • Eileen J.
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    • 13. Jan 2008

    Can't beat this spot for old world ambience but, the service, is questionable!

    Granted it was New Years Eve and they were closing at 2:PM. I wanted to see this place since Johann Strauss is reputed to have been a customer. We walked it at 1:20PM with plenty of time we thought, to grab a bite! they totally ignored us till 1:50 then finally came over to ask if we wanted coffee or cake. That left us a grand total of 10 minutes to accomplish this - NOT. My son wrote in his blog that "He hoped Strauss got better service than we did"! Just be careful and be prepared to WAIT till they get around to "waiting on you".

  • Mike
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    • 03. Nov 2006

    Some of the most famous coffee in Vienna and certainly one of the most well-known coffee houses. The service has always been good for me, their coffee is nice and smooth and sitting in the Sperl always gives you the feeling you're in old-time Wien enjoying a cheap cup of joe.

    Prices are quite ok for Vienna, though, there certainly are cheaper options, but why miss-out on the history and atmosphere of the Sperl just to save a few Euro-cents?