Actually, the Aroma Kaffeebar is a grocery store AND a cafe. My first impression always is that the rooms are packed with lovely, nice decorative details (like many small chalkboard menus, candles or flower vases) plus the very friendly service.
AROMA Kaffeebar is a lot more individual and cozy than the glossy cafes in the shopping areas of the city. Social responsibility is an important issue here: The Aroma-owner has initiated projects such as collecting second hand sunglasses for the poor population in Tibet.
DELIGHT! The small portions of cakes are sometimes served with a rose petal and taste rather delicious! I would even compare my mother’s handmade sandwiches or omelets with the ones that come out of the Aroma kitchen!
STORE: The grocery store in the second room seems to sell ONLY very-aromatic food – the high racks contain many different products (herbs, special olive oils, cookbooks…) This is accompanied by a selection of sausages, hams and cheeses which can be bought or ordered to e.g. via an “Aroma Sandwich” -I can’t imagine anybody leaves the store feeling good without a tiny “shopping trophy” gathered here…