Cafe Vienna took over Bavarian House at Section 17 Petaling Jaya, striving to continue serving one of the best and most authentic Viennese cuisines around the town, after they closed their 4 years business at KLCC Kuala Lumpur.
Greek salad RM18.00
Begin the meal the healthy way as usual, we tried out Greek Salad that comes with colourful combination of fresh Romaine lettuce tossed with marinated bell peppers, cucumber, black olives, onion, garlic, Feta cheese, and vinaigrette. Tangy, sourish amplifies with savoury touch from cheese.
Calamari Fritti RM18.00
Deep fried squid served with homemade tartar sauce, crispy and chewy in every bite.
Divola pizza RM22.00
Cafe Vienna substitute the pizza base with homemade bruchestta that is more fluffy, chewier, smothered with tomato base, topped with mozzarella, chili, onion, and beef salami then baked to perfection. Crowd pleasing dish in our visit, highly recommended.
Pita Spinach RM24.00
Pita Spinach, also an Eastern European speciality, and we found it much easier to accept compared to Balkan Meat Pie. Made of Spinach and Ricotta cheese encased within pastry, the pie is creamy entirely with pleasant softness from spinach, texture touch up with flakiness and slight crispiness of outer layer. It goes really well with a dip of Greek salad, as it helps to balanced up the flavour while toning down the greasiness.
Balkan style Meat Pie RM26.00
Vienna cuisine is prides for their pie and pastries.Balkan style meat pie features baked flaky pastry filled with minced beef, onion, garlic, fresh herbs and served with potato salad. Very filling, acceptable in taste, just we need more time to appreciate this traditional speciality.
Chicken scnitzel RM36.00
Chicken Scnitzel can easily earns liking from the young and old, as this golden brown, deep fried breaded chicken breast topped with tomato sauce, Mozzarella cheese, Parmesan cheese is brimming with crispiness, meaty munch and cheesy goodness. Served with roasted potato and mixed salad
Beef Goulash RM34.00
A hearty stew that brings chunks of beef cubes slow braised for hours, releasing fabulous meaty flavours into the thick, rich gravy with mild aroma of fresh herbs. Served with mashed potatoes and vegetables.
Cabbage Roll RM31.00
Rice, minced beef, turkey ham, onion and garlic generously wrapped into cabbage roll, packing sweetness of vegetable and meat all within the roll after cooked. A plate of messy goodness served with sauerkrauts, mashed potato, broccoli, and fresh yogurt.
Lease Spaetzle RM28.00
Definitely the must-try in Cafe Vienna. It looked unappealing when it was served to us, and we doubt that it would be delicious. We were all wrong as it is such a wonderful comfort food! Smooth, chewy homemade German noodles richly drenched in cream sauce made from sauté mushroom, turkey ham, spinach and Gorgonzola cheese and cream cheese. So creamy, oozy gooey yet not cloying.
Vienna apple strudel RM21.00
End the meal with a range of homemade dessert from Cafe Vienna. Vienna apple strudel is highly recommended, having super flaky crust enveloping warm, mildly sweet apple, raisin and crunchy walnut. Served with vanilla sauce
Opera cake RM8.50
Cafe Vienna Royale RM12.00
Viennese Iced Coffee RM16.00
Write Up: Summergirl
Cafe Vienna Petaling Jaya
No22, Ground Floor,
Jalan 17/54, Section 17,
46400 Petaling Jaya,
Contact: +603 – 7932 3430
(Mon–Fri) 11:30am – 11:00pm
(Sat,Sun) 10:00am – 11:00pm