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Ten glamorous cafes in the world

Published: 2024-07-24 Author: World Gafei
Last Updated: 2024/07/24, The famous de Mei fishing Cafe 1 and the Austrian Demel Cafe have been famous for making high-end cakes and coffee refreshments in Europe for 214 years. Besides being deeply loved by the Austrian royal family, King Hussein of Jordan, the Queen of England, Michael Jackson and others have all been guests. What about you? Is there a favorite cafe? although


Famous "de Mei Fisheries Cafe" all over Europe

1. Demel Cafe, Austria

The famous de Mei fishing Cafe, which has been famous all over Europe for making high-end cakes and coffee snacks, has a background of 214 years. In addition to being deeply loved by the Austrian royal family, such as King Hussein of Jordan, the Queen of England, Michael Jackson and others, they were all guests. What about you? Is there a favorite cafe?

Although the price of Demel is still high, guests who enter here rarely can resist the temptation. Although it is called a cafe, most tourists come for the cakes.

As soon as you enter the door, you can see a table displaying cakes with countless different shapes and flavors of cakes and coffee snacks. You can choose to take out or sit in a meticulous and elegant hall and taste them.

In addition to the preservation of craftsmanship, there is also a complete preservation of a kitchen in the early 19th century, where more than 400 kinds of cakes have been developed. Next time you come to Vienna, don't forget to come here to taste it as an afternoon aristocrat.


More than 2000 chain stores around the world

Starbucks Coffee Shop

The name Starbucks comes from the name of the protagonist of Moby Dick. In 1971, the first Starbucks coffee shop opened in the Park area market in Seattle, USA.

The raw beans of Starbucks coffee are roasted with the self-made Starbucks roasting method (Starbucks Roast). The color of the roasted coffee beans is darker than that of the coffee roasted with cinnamon.

In 1998, more than 400 million people visited more than 2000 Starbucks stores around the world.

In January 1999, the first Starbucks coffee shop was opened in Beijing. In addition, there are also Starbucks in Shanghai and Shenzhen.


The favorite of European music and art circles.

3. Vienna Central Cafe

The corner building, located in the first district of Vienna in 1876, was converted from the official residence of the Duke of Bales and decorated with the luxurious Central Cafe. The appearance here is like an introverted Austrian, traditional and square, after entering the foyer, the spacious hall and the decoration full of ornate marble columns make the guests inadvertently exclaim.

It was replaced by Greenstein Cafe, once the most famous cafe in Vienna, after it went out of business at the end of the 19th century. This was an earth-shaking place in the early 20th century, when the most famous figures in Europe gathered here for coffee and discussion. The people who come in and out here are either great writers, musicians, royal palaces, Guizhou, or politicians. Of course, it is also one of the places where tourists linger.

The magnificent architectural structure and charming cultural atmosphere are the main reasons why it has always been very popular here. In addition, there is the dying Emperor Coffee in Vienna. Traditional coffee with egg yolk and brandy, coupled with a piece of this morning's most popular chestnut coffee cake, is a signature ordered by many regulars, even celebrities such as Freud and Losky will not miss it.

Through the main hall, the back building and the second floor of the Duke's House were converted into a luxurious banquet hall with a seating capacity of 300 people, but it will only be opened on special occasions, while it has not been opened for five years since Thai Airways hosted a big banquet here.

More than 100 years ago, the Central Cafe was full of celebrities. Back to reality, guests still like to be shrouded in charming cultural atmosphere, sit and meditate, drink coffee, and enjoy this magnificent coffee time with famous statues.


The humanistic trend of thought with abundant art

Left Bank Cafe

In the 19th century, the Seine in Paris, France, meandered westward through the center of Paris, and the north of the river was called the right bank; to the south, it was called the left bank; at that time, Paris, France, was full of a new atmosphere, a kind of abandonment of the court flamboyance of the past. Began to pay attention to belong to the thought, that comes from the fresh temperament inside. The riverbank has always been the place most likely to be tainted with the contemporary atmosphere; as a result, it has begun to become novel. The right bank of the river is the prosperous temperament of the emerging commerce, and the left bank of the river is the humanistic trend of thought rich in art. There were many cafes on the left bank of the river at that time.

The birth of the left Bank Cafe brand is caused by this thirst for Congwen thought. The gathering of humanistic spirit is not limited to a coffee shop, but from the whole left bank of the Seine, and the rich intensity of thought and art spreads to the world along the left bank of the river. The left bank has become an irreplaceable adjective; it represents the adjective of abundant humanistic thought. Since listing, from the brand, from the products are beautiful throughout the market and popular, operating for four years, successfully occupy the top position in the market.

On the left bank, the dedication of running a coffee shop is not just about a cup of coffee. What the cafe should have in the morning is also gradually realized; from latte, Onlie coffee, Onlie milk tea, Caberasso to dessert series and personalized goods, the blurred image of the left Bank Cafe in the minds of consumers is beginning to become real. The most famous cafes on the left bank are "Flower God" and "Margo", two "existential cafes" on St. Germain Avenue.


The road to freedom is through Flower God Coffee.

5. Hua Shen Cafe

Existential philosophy master Saud said: "the road to freedom is through Flower God Coffee." Hua Shen Coffee began in 1890 as an early gathering place for royalists and defenders of the motherland. But after the 1930s, customers changed their faces as society remained unchanged. Mr. Saud once lived on Bonnabar Street next to Flower God Coffee, where a group of intellectuals on the left bank competed with each other, giving birth to contemporary existential philosophy and literature. In Simonbova's memoirs, whenever she mentions the moment with Saudi Arabia, her mood goes back to the stately caf é on St. Germain Avenue. Later, Mr. Picasso pushed open the floor-to-ceiling glass door of Flower God, whose fame soared because he was favored by Picasso. Oh! That's Picasso after he became famous.


"experts from international pickpocketing syndicates gather"

6. Margo Cafe

The Margo Cafe is opposite St. Germain's teaching. the cafe was formerly a ceramic shop. after it was renovated as a cafe in 1914, the interior has not been updated, and even the table is still the mahogany table of that year. Margo Cafe is only a few steps from Saudi Arabia's home, so it is also a cafe frequented by Saudi Arabia and Simon Bova.

In the 1950s, this pair of "existential couples", who lived apart all their lives, often went to Margo Coffee. They each shared a table, smoked cigarettes and wrote all kinds of articles. Many well-known surrealist painters are regular patrons of Margo, some of whom like to have breakfast at 10 o'clock every morning, coffee, milk and noodles, and local residents also like the breakfast at Margo Cafe. In the light of the winter morning, international tourists go to Margo to experience the lazy French breakfast.

Philosophy, literature and art have created the "brand image" of left bank coffee, and Flower God and Margo have become coffee pilgrims for international tourists. In fact, the coffee of these two families is not special. Coming here may inspire new philosophical trends, or appreciate the formal charm of the Parisian middle class. However, there are too many people and the atmosphere is too lively to think.

Where there are many tourists, pickpockets follow. The pickpockets here are as well dressed as the others, and they are in small groups, keeping an eye on the francs and dollars in the tourists' wallets. The seats in the cafe are almost spaced, and the movement is narrow. When you are concentrating on reading the Menu, if someone brushes past you, you hang on the back of your chair and fly away with your wallet in your suit. The small backpack is placed under the table and on the seat next to it because there is no place to put it. International pickpocketing syndicates are full of experts and experienced, and they seldom leave the left Bank Coffee Mecca empty-handed.


Famous for open-air music

7. Quadri Cafe, Italy

In Venice's famous Piazza San Marco, the open-air cafe is full of tourists from all over the world, sitting in what is described as the most beautiful living room in the world, enjoying a cup of pure coffee. the square is opposite the ancient Florishore Cafe, the Quadri Cafe, which is famous for its open-air music.

The bright green open-air seats are particularly conspicuous in the sunlight. According to the guests who know the way, the morning light here is the most beautiful, allowing the rising sun to sprinkle all over the body. Walking into the Quadri Cafe, many small places are permeated with the exquisite style of 19th century Vienna. upon careful inquiry, we learned that Venice had been ruled by Austria before, and the cafe had changed hands to the Austrian. Therefore, in addition to the elegant style of Vienna, Quadri still retains some traditional Austrian desserts.

Regular guests often sit in the hall, especially by the window, order a dessert with Huo-Austrian flavor, and a cup of aroma authentic Italian coffee, savor the meticulous taste and feel the situation in the cafe, leaving the open-air stage for local tourists.

In summer, Quadri also has a signature ice chocolate, which is also very popular and is often in short supply. in addition to the open-air cafe in the hall on the first floor, it turns to the second floor, and there is a magnificently decorated restaurant with dazzling crystal lights hanging in the hall and exquisite cutlery neatly arranged on the table, as if a formal dinner party is about to begin. in fact, only reservations are accepted here. Only large banquets are open for use, and it is often used as a venue for weddings, both romantic and gorgeous, making people feel like entering Wonderland.


Conference Cafe

8. Longman Cafe in Vienna

Always like to go alone when drinking coffee, love the stillness of the coffee shop, and reading alone with the aroma of coffee is one of the great things in life. In the mid-19th century, drinking coffee was originally a social activity for politicians in the caf é in Vienna, the capital of Austria, the birthplace of modern cafes in Europe. The coffee shop was the foothold of music artists or the spiritual residence of great writers and writers.

The first thing that attracts visitors to the Longman Cafe is the open-air teahouse in front of the door, and no other cafe is more comfortable than Longman. The periphery is the beautiful flowers, with the sun shining so large teahouse, constitute a bright and gorgeous picture. Many tourists like to sit on the outskirts, watching magnificent buildings such as the Capitol, the City Hall Park and the Castle Theater, listening to the giggling of carriages carrying tourists around the boulevard, as if they were back in the heyday of the Habsburg dynasty.

Today, Longman is a special cafe for government officials and theatrical performers in Vienna. Many actors who have finished performing at the Castle Theater like to relax in nearby Longman and study the details of the next set of plays. On the other hand, city hall government officials prefer to go to special indoor meetings to discuss the political situation and drink Longman's coffee to refresh themselves.

To get a taste of Vienna's political and performing anecdotes from another perspective, the Longman Cafe is the only choice.


A sense of unfettered freedom

9. Bangkok To Die For

The first time I heard of To Die For Coffee Restaurant was in the mouth of a fashion friend in Bangkok. Under the leadership of friends in Bangkok, when I arrived at this coffee cafe, I felt very leisurely and had a different flavor, so I knew it was food and coffee teahouse! MR. BHANU INKAWAT, the main creator of To Die For, was the creative director of the international 4A advertising company in Bangkok. In 1997, with several like-minded people to create Greyhound fashion brand in the form of playing tickets, who knew that the response was good, and the sales speed doubled. To Die For is the latest challenge for Greyhound fashion brands to gain a foothold, located in H1 Place in Thong Lor, Bangkok's leisure district.

Admittedly, the taste of coffee here is not very delicious, but the creative Food Concept, coupled with the feeling of a very family-style teahouse, makes people feel at ease and carefree! Fall in love with this small coffee restaurant, love its comprehensiveness, the menu is all-inclusive, with a sense of fashion, the food has the taste of what modern people call Contemporary. Of course, the more important point is that the price is cheap but there is high-end service.

To Die For, which has been in business for nearly 2 years, is still at the forefront of the trend in decoration. The famous sweets here have a special flavor with coffee. Eating To Die For sweets with coffee should be a feeling, a happy and unfettered feeling of freedom in childhood.

10. Taipei Montmartre Image Cafe

Taipei cafes, or Taiwanese, have never experienced and must have heard of food culture. Basically, Taiwanese are used to urban coffee culture and can almost be said to live in the coffee world. Taipei's hottest coffee buzz has been transferred to a series of mountain cafes. Lai Yuezhong, owner of Montmartre Image Cafe, is a famous portrait photographer in Taipei. Because he loved Paris and wanted to find the smell of Paris in Taipei, he opened up his own new world of coffee in the corner of Yangming Mountain to release the aroma of Parisian coffee.

It is fortunate for people of insight to open cafes in Taipei, because there is no lack of guests to take advantage of the low night to come to settle in the distant city, and the busiest time of the cafe begins after dinner. The restaurant is divided into three areas, namely, the open-air teahouse in front of the hall, the main hall and the back hall. In hot summer in Taipei, outdoor teahouses are also full of people, which shows that the younger generation in Taiwan love coffee culture. In the main and back pavilions, there is also a lot of space in the museum to put a bed, which is like an afternoon tea pattern.


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