Fenster Café is a popular little place in Vienna that found a way to work during the current pandemic. It’s located in Vienna, Austria and you can easily miss it if you’re not careful. Unlike most cafes, it doesn’t have many tables and a sunny garden. All it has is one cute window where you can get some of the most delicious coffee beverages and their current hit—cornettoccino.
The cafe is so tiny that there’s only room for one barista inside. Its window is located in a 600-year-old house and you can often see a big line in front of it. The barista serves many different types of coffee, including espresso, macchiato, latte, and cold brew, but one drink is the most popular among the customers.
Fenster Café became popular for cornettoccino, cappuccino served in ice cream cones lined with chocolate. It’s a must-try if you find yourself in Vienna these days. It sounds so delicious that we’re already thinking of ways we can recreate it at home.
The cafe follows the recommended COVID-19 safety measures and only accepts cards, not cash. It typically sells around 1,000 coffee drinks per day, which tells us plenty about its popularity among Vienna residents.