Someone once said, “Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first.” The quote is commonly attributed to American writer Ernestine Ulmer, but no one knows for sure. But whoever said it, they were right. One thing in life we can be sure of is that sweet things help our brains function better. Even if there’s no actual scientific justification for it, we all know it’s true. Whether you’re in a good mood or a bad mood, or no mood at all, there are very few (if any) situations in which Gustav’s carrot cake won’t make life better. Or perhaps you’d prefer an old-school rum ball? They’re small enough to appease a guilty conscience. ☺
In addition to its impressive selection of cakes, Gustav offers the sort of refined service you’d associate with Viennese café culture, which is also reflected in its interior. It beckons you in to sit back, relax and enjoy something sweet over a cup of coffee. The atmosphere in Gustav is one of dignified serenity.