Café Fledermaus

Café Fledermaus


The décor of Café Fledermaus, located in the lower level of the Neue Galerie, is inspired by the Cabaret Fledermaus, commissioned by Fritz Waerndorfer and executed by the artisans of the Wiener Werkstätte in 1907. The marble that lines the walls and the black and white checkered floor tiles are based on the foyer and auditorium of the Cabaret. Café Fledermaus is furnished with tables and chairs designed by Josef Hoffmann, which are decorated with a butterfly textile designed by Dagobert Peche.


Café Fledermaus serves the same lunch and dinner menu as Café Sabarsky, and offers the same gourmet coffee and fine patisserie.
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Thursday through Sunday, open on a limited basis for lunch
Closed Monday through Wednesday


Café Fledermaus does not take reservations.


Michelin-star chef Kurt Gutenbrunner’s passion for food has been a constant throughout his life. While growing up with garden-fresh cooking in a small village on the Danube River, he decided, at age 15, that he wanted to become a chef. Gutenbrunner fuses his experiences with his passion for Austrian food – developing creative yet authentic menus that showcase quality ingredients with an artistic flair.