Indian Summer Evening in Vienna
As beautiful as Vienna is, fall weather can sometimes be quite depressing here. Not so last night. Arriving in the city in the late afternoon you thought you would find yourself in Rome. Mild temperatures, people in good mood enjoying their coffees outside in garden chairs and the sights appeared yet more beautiful in the magical light of the blue hour.
St. Stephens Cathedral roofdetail
The coat, I chose, was way to warm, but I felt very comfortable in my custom-made new silk trousers by KAYIKO and the scarf ‘Cheval de Legende‘ was the perfect match for the sparkling city and complemented my Recycled-Jeans-Bag very well.
Strolling around makes appetite for some food and as we didn’t make prior reservations we gave it a try for a table at the, just opened last week, Kim kocht. restaurant at Merkur Hoher Markt. (Don’t believe the press, who wrote that there is no table available without reservations these days. They don’t even except one.) Kim prepared the dishes herself with her highly motivated crew and I had a great Monkfish after a Tuna Tartare. Can’t imagine a better place for a quick, but still on focus in high quality, meal just now in Vienna.
The perfect finale of that Indian Summer Evening was the Muehlbauer Fashionshow. The place was already fully packed when we arrived, but we had the chance to grab a quick glass of wine offered on the street inbetween the two stores and enjoyed the show a few moments later.