Apfelgold is an adorable café in the Länggass quarter. With its vintage furniture and wooden interior, it is definitely a place to linger. It looks like a living room. And because of the floor-length windows, it is very bright and homely inside. For bookworms, there is also a bookshelf to browse. The books change regularly, so there’s always something new to discover.
I come here for their finger-licking-good desserts and great coffee. The seasonally changing delights are on display at the counter. I usually order an apple pie – oh, but let me tell you, it is no ordinary apple pie, it is apple heaven. Besides pies and cakes made of apples (and other things, too; three words: Crème Brulé tart), you can buy apple products such as juice and purée from local farmers. They fully live up to the meaning of their name.
There is just one downside to Apfelgold: It is very popular, and therefore, it is sometimes difficult to find a place. Luckily, there is another trendy café in the neighbourhood where you can satisfy your sweet tooth and coffee fix: Caffè Bar Sattler.