My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

© Susanne Jelinek The kitchen line? It should taste good, and beautifully colorful is also not a mistake!

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The sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu entice their guests to their Mae Aurel with breakfast until 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most colorful cards.

When you open a bar, it should be a place where you really want to be a guest yourself. At least that’s what the sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu think. And they should know, after all, they are old hands in gastronomy: their parents run several restaurants in Graz, and Yike has also set up the Iko on Wipplingerstraße.

Your joint project should be a place where the guests can eat well flexibly and independently of the time. With noticeably courteous service and a spacious ambience. After two years of searching, they found the ideal location in the former Café Frei. The result is an airy and pleasantly quiet guest room without unnecessary frills.

The more colorful it is on the plates. Avocado, beetroot, pomegranate, berries or even edamame cavort up and down the menu. Partly vegetarian, partly vegan, partly in combination with tender chicken, spicy beef or fresh salmon. The kitchen line seems just as clear as it is broadly defined: what tastes good, works. Exceptionally completely un-Asian, nevertheless emphatically international – from French onion soup to Caesar salad.

© Susanne Jelinek Smoothies are just as much a part of an all-day breakfast as waffles or coconut porridge

Breakfast, which is served all day long (keyword: flexibility), is based on egg variations and open bread on the one hand, and bowls and sweets from French toast to banana pancakes on the other (surprise – they come with bacon!). My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

© Susanne Jelinek The kitchen line? It should taste good, and beautifully colorful is also not a mistake!

Mae AurelSalzgries 31010 ViennaMo. to Fri. 8 am to 10 pm, Sat, Sun, public holidays 9 am to 10 pm maeaurel.com

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The sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu entice their guests to their Mae Aurel with breakfast until 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most colorful cards.

When you open a bar, it should be a place where you really want to be a guest yourself. At least that’s what the sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu think. And they should know, after all, they are old hands in gastronomy: their parents run several restaurants in Graz, and Yike has also set up the Iko on Wipplingerstraße.

Your joint project should be a place where the guests can eat well flexibly and independently of the time. With noticeably courteous service and a spacious ambience. After two years of searching, they found the ideal location in the former Café Frei. The result is an airy and pleasantly quiet guest room without unnecessary frills.

The more colorful it is on the plates. Avocado, beetroot, pomegranate, berries or even edamame cavort up and down the menu. Partly vegetarian, partly vegan, partly in combination with tender chicken, spicy beef or fresh salmon. The kitchen line seems just as clear as it is broadly defined: what tastes good, works. Exceptionally completely un-Asian, nevertheless emphatically international – from French onion soup to Caesar salad.

© Susanne Jelinek Smoothies are just as much a part of an all-day breakfast as waffles or coconut porridge

Breakfast, which is served all day long (keyword: flexibility), is based on egg variations and open bread on the one hand, and bowls and sweets from French toast to banana pancakes on the other (surprise – they come with bacon!). My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

© Susanne Jelinek The kitchen line? It should taste good, and beautifully colorful is also not a mistake!

Mae AurelSalzgries 31010 ViennaMo. to Fri. 8 am to 10 pm, Sat, Sun, public holidays 9 am to 10 pm maeaurel.com

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The sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu entice their guests to their Mae Aurel with breakfast until 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most colorful cards.

When you open a bar, it should be a place where you really want to be a guest yourself. At least that’s what the sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu think. And they should know, after all, they are old hands in gastronomy: their parents run several restaurants in Graz, and Yike has also set up the Iko on Wipplingerstraße.

Your joint project should be a place where the guests can eat well flexibly and independently of the time. With noticeably courteous service and a spacious ambience. After two years of searching, they found the ideal location in the former Café Frei. The result is an airy and pleasantly quiet guest room without unnecessary frills.

The more colorful it is on the plates. Avocado, beetroot, pomegranate, berries or even edamame cavort up and down the menu. Partly vegetarian, partly vegan, partly in combination with tender chicken, spicy beef or fresh salmon. The kitchen line seems just as clear as it is broadly defined: what tastes good, works. Exceptionally completely un-Asian, nevertheless emphatically international – from French onion soup to Caesar salad.

© Susanne Jelinek Smoothies are just as much a part of an all-day breakfast as waffles or coconut porridge

Breakfast, which is served all day long (keyword: flexibility), is based on egg variations and open bread on the one hand, and bowls and sweets from French toast to banana pancakes on the other (surprise – they come with bacon!). My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

© Susanne Jelinek The kitchen line? It should taste good, and beautifully colorful is also not a mistake!

Mae AurelSalzgries 31010 ViennaMo. to Fri. 8 am to 10 pm, Sat, Sun, public holidays 9 am to 10 pm maeaurel.com

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The sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu entice their guests to their Mae Aurel with breakfast until 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most colorful cards.

When you open a bar, it should be a place where you really want to be a guest yourself. At least that’s what the sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu think. And they should know, after all, they are old hands in gastronomy: their parents run several restaurants in Graz, and Yike has also set up the Iko on Wipplingerstraße.

Your joint project should be a place where the guests can eat well flexibly and independently of the time. With noticeably courteous service and a spacious ambience. After two years of searching, they found the ideal location in the former Café Frei. The result is an airy and pleasantly quiet guest room without unnecessary frills.

The more colorful it is on the plates. Avocado, beetroot, pomegranate, berries or even edamame cavort up and down the menu. Partly vegetarian, partly vegan, partly in combination with tender chicken, spicy beef or fresh salmon. The kitchen line seems just as clear as it is broadly defined: what tastes good, works. Exceptionally completely un-Asian, nevertheless emphatically international – from French onion soup to Caesar salad.

© Susanne Jelinek Smoothies are just as much a part of an all-day breakfast as waffles or coconut porridge

Breakfast, which is served all day long (keyword: flexibility), is based on egg variations and open bread on the one hand, and bowls and sweets from French toast to banana pancakes on the other (surprise – they come with bacon!). My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

© Susanne Jelinek The kitchen line? It should taste good, and beautifully colorful is also not a mistake!

Mae AurelSalzgries 31010 ViennaMo. to Fri. 8 am to 10 pm, Sat, Sun, public holidays 9 am to 10 pm maeaurel.com

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

The sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu entice their guests to their Mae Aurel with breakfast until 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most colorful cards.

When you open a bar, it should be a place where you really want to be a guest yourself. At least that’s what the sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu think. And they should know, after all, they are old hands in gastronomy: their parents run several restaurants in Graz, and Yike has also set up the Iko on Wipplingerstraße.

Your joint project should be a place where the guests can eat well flexibly and independently of the time. With noticeably courteous service and a spacious ambience. After two years of searching, they found the ideal location in the former Café Frei. The result is an airy and pleasantly quiet guest room without unnecessary frills.

The more colorful it is on the plates. Avocado, beetroot, pomegranate, berries or even edamame cavort up and down the menu. Partly vegetarian, partly vegan, partly in combination with tender chicken, spicy beef or fresh salmon. The kitchen line seems just as clear as it is broadly defined: what tastes good, works. Exceptionally completely un-Asian, nevertheless emphatically international – from French onion soup to Caesar salad.

© Susanne Jelinek Smoothies are just as much a part of an all-day breakfast as waffles or coconut porridge

Breakfast, which is served all day long (keyword: flexibility), is based on egg variations and open bread on the one hand, and bowls and sweets from French toast to banana pancakes on the other (surprise – they come with bacon!). My favorite: the sourdough bread with pea puree, poached egg, creamy beetroot and crispy halloumi (9.50 euros).

© Susanne Jelinek The kitchen line? It should taste good, and beautifully colorful is also not a mistake!

Mae AurelSalzgries 31010 ViennaMo. to Fri. 8 am to 10 pm, Sat, Sun, public holidays 9 am to 10 pm maeaurel.com

Read news for 1 month now for free! * * The test ends automatically. More on this ▶Win true wireless earphones from JBL now! (E-media.at) New access (yachtrevue.at) 8 reasons why it’s great to be single (lustaufsleben.at) Salmon shrimp burger with wasabi mayonnaise and honey cucumber (gusto .at) In the new trend: Shock-Down – how long can the economy withstand lockdowns? (trend.at) The 35 best family series for laughing and feeling good (tv-media.at) E-Scooter in Vienna: All providers and Prices 2020 in comparison (autorevue.at)

The sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu entice their guests to their Mae Aurel with breakfast until 10 p.m. and one of the city’s most colorful cards.

When you open a bar, it should be a place where you really want to be a guest yourself. At least that’s what the sisters Jessy Liu and Yike Kiu think. And they should know, after all, they are old hands in gastronomy: their parents run several restaurants in Graz, and Yike has also set up the Iko on Wipplingerstraße.

Your joint project should be a place where the guests can eat well flexibly and independently of the time. With noticeably courteous service and a spacious ambience. After two years of searching, they found the ideal location in the former Café Frei. The result is an airy and pleasantly quiet guest room without unnecessary frills.

The more colorful it is on the plates. Avocado, beetroot, pomegranate, berries or even edamame cavort up and down the menu. Partly vegetarian, partly vegan, partly in combination with tender chicken, spicy beef or fresh salmon. The kitchen line seems just as clear as it is broadly defined: what tastes good, works. Exceptionally completely un-Asian, nevertheless emphatically international – from French onion soup to Caesar salad.

© Susanne Jelinek Smoothies are just as much a part of an all-day breakfast as waffles or coconut porridge

Breakfast, which is served all day long (keyword: flexibility), is based on egg variations and open bread on the one hand, and bowls and sweets from French toast to banana pancakes on the other (surprise – they come with bacon!).