There are plenty of breakfast places in Linz – but where is the best breakfast served? Find out where you can have breakfast and brunch in Linz. In this blog post I’ll give you my personal tips and recommendations for the best breakfast in Linz.
Info: I will of course update this article regularly with new breakfast places and my recommendations for Linz.
Breakfast in Linz: My Tips
Breakfast locations and cafés that offer vegetarian options are marked 🌱. You can find vegan breakfasts marked 🌱🌱.
Breakfast in Linz #1: Börserie 🌱🌱
I only discovered the Börserie recently. The restaurant at the Südbahnhofmarkt with its delicious breakfasts and cosy atmosphere quickly won a place in my foodie heart.
My favourite at Börserie: Toasted Tramezzini with smoked salmon, smoked salmon tartare and guacamole.
Schillerstraße 70, 4020 Linz
Monday to Friday: 8am to 9pm
Closed Saturdays, Sundays and on public holidays
Breakfast in Linz #2: Die Bohne 🌱🌱
Café Die Bohne is also one of my favourite places to have breakfast in Linz. I like to take friends there who haven’t been to the city before. Die Bohne is a cosy coffee house that offers a wide range of different breakfasts and drinks.
My favourites at Café Die Bohne: salmon breakfast with fillet and tartar of salmon trout and avocado and the omelette with feta cheese and leaf spinach.
Wiener Str. 40, 4020 Linz
Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 8pm
Closed on Saturdays
Sunday: 9am to 6pm
Breakfast in Linz #3: tiktak Café 🌱🌱
I also discovered tiktak only recently and immediately put it on my list of favourites. Cosy and in industrial chic, this coffee house is a great choice not only for breakfast.
My favourites at tiktak: omelette and avocado toast.
Landstraße 119, 4020 Linz
Monday and Wednesday to Saturday: 7am to 6pm
Closed on Tuesdays
Sundays: 8am to 3pm
Breakfast in Linz #4: Stadtliebe 🌱🌱
Those looking for the most luxurious breakfast buffet in all of Linz will find what they are looking for at Stadtliebe. Every Sunday and on all public holidays the City Brunch is held in the heart of the old town. From 9 am to 2 pm you can help yourself to a buffet that leaves nothing to be desired: sweet, spicy, fresh fruit, cakes, antipasti, etc. All drinks are also included in the proud price of € 27.90.
My favourite at Stadtliebe: chocolate cake in a glass.
Landstraße 31, 4020 Linz
Sundays and on public holidays: 9am to 2pm
Breakfast in Linz #5: Horst 🌱🌱
A real haven in Linz is Horst. Even after years I still love the concept of a deco-store and coffee house. Horst may not be a real breakfast place, but there is always a good selection of coffee and cake – home-made, of course.
My favourite at Horst: all cakes.
Mozartstraße 19, 4020 Linz
Tuesday to Friday: 11 am to 7pm
Closed Mondays, Saturdays and Sundays
Breakfast in Linz #6: Little Dancer 🌱🌱
Little Dancer am Graben is exactly the kind of breakfast place I just love: cosy and stylishly minimalist furnishings, many small corners, a diverse menu, fast and friendly staff and owners with a special history. Theresa and Arron are an Austro-Irish couple who have made a heart’s desire come true with Little Dancer – and you can tell!
My favourites at Little Dancer: Superfood Sensation Smoothie (blueberries, açaí, banana, coconut milk and cocoa) and Shakshuka.
Graben 9, 4020 Linz
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday to Friday: 7.30am to 4pm
Saturday: 8am to 5pm
Sunday: 9am to 3pm
Breakfast places in Linz, which I did not like
At this point I have to mention two restaurants that have disappointed me in the past. Whether it was the service or the selection – or both:
- Konditorei Jindrak am Pöstlingberg: Although the view from the terrace of the confectionery is simply insanely beautiful, I have recently been disappointed by the very limited and uncreative choice of breakfasts. The food is served on a tray just like at a fast food restaurant, the tables are too small for two breakfasts and the service is only mediocre.
- cubus (Ars-Electronica-Straße 1, 4040 Linz): At cubus you can also enjoy a great view of Linz. During my last visit the vegetarian breakfast was tasteless. We were overlooked by the service staff several times and had to wait a long time – although the restaurant was far from being crowded.
What tips do you have for breakfast spots in Linz? Which restaurants are still missing on this list? Don’t worry, this blog post will be regularly updated with new cafés and brunch spots.
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