Austrian Festival - discover Austrian culinary delights
On 27th of April starts Austrian Festival with an opening gala which menu offers food from the different regions of Austria i.e. Styrian Smoked Trout Fillet on Horseradish Cream & Corn Salad.
Until 23rd of May you can try Austrian dishes in bistro Mary and cafe Mademoiselle.
In the menu of cafe there are available Klimt tart and Linzer tart.
Linzer Tart is an Austrian specialty: an almond pastry topped with raspberry jam. It is named after the city of Linz. The tart can be served with whipped cream or vanilla cream both available in our cafe.
Bistro Mary buffet offers selection of Austrian dishes.
Austrian chef Oliver Werner Krulla is helping to prepare opening gala dinner, as well he helpes to choose the dishes what we are offering during Austrian Festival. Mr. Krulla runs at the moment 2 cafes in Helsinki where he concentrates on Viennese cake art. It includes mousse cakes, dry cakes, chocolate cakes, cream cakes, fruit cakes...Mr. Oliver Werner Krulla has bakery traditions in his blood. His family ran a bakery in Vienna in the late 19th century and many of the recipies we use originate from that bakery.
In the hotel there are also available brochures about Austria where you can find tips and suggestions how to spend your holidays in Austria.
Did you know that Austria is divided into nine states and no less than three of the nine Austrian regional capitals have been celebrated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Vienna has been honored as a World Heritage Site twice, for its historic town and for the Baroque palace and park of Schönbrunn. In 1977 the Baroque old Town of Salzburg, home to Mozart and the Festivals, was declared a World Heritage Site. It was the fascinating combination of architecture that prompted UNESCO to declare Graz´s historic town centre a World Heritage Site.