Sacher Torte now available via drive-in

What has long been common in fast food restaurants has now also reached the luxury segment during the coronavirus crisis. In Vienna, the famous Sacher cake can now be picked up via drive-in.

If you go to the Hotel Sacher in your car, the sweet specialty will be brought straight to your car. The company announced on Tuesday.


The sales point is manned daily from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. If you park in the parking area of ​​the currently closed hotel, an employee comes and takes the order.He then brings the cake to the car, whereby contactless payments can also be made, as is emphasized. If you don’t have a car, you don’t have to do without the pleasure: the Sacher Confiserie around the corner on Kärntner Straße has also recently opened its sales area.

With the drive-in, Sacher wanted to offer to the Viennese the original cake from a safe distance and outdoors, as Andreas Keese, the director of the Hotel Sacher in Vienna, emphasized: “Drive to the Sacher without getting out , buy your original Sacher-Torte contactless and go back home to enjoy – this way we can all stay safe and healthy together. “

Sacher managing director Matthias Winkler also said: “It doesn’t help us to mop up, we look ahead.” In addition to the cake, the smaller Sacher cubes are also available.

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