So one of the perks of going to Graz is being able to buy something delicious in one of the bakeries in Graz. My friend Matea and me have a little tradition, since we lost count of how many times we’ve visited Graz together plus all the times besides those, of going to Sorger. We arrive early in the morning and to start a great day Sorger is our first destination.
Sorger is located in the center of Graz; the best to find it is to walk to Hauptplatz and then find Sporgasse where the bakery is. Sporgasse is a street going uphill and Sorger is just a few steps away on the right side.
The interior is elongated with wood pannels on the wall and stone one the floor. It looks cosy and warm. But I’m sure you’ll be taken over by amazing bakery goods a lot more than the simple interior. All the sandwitces, pasty, bread and cakes will make your choice a lot harder. It all looks delicious! And don’t let me tell you how delicious it is… Our recommendations are Chocko-vanille hornetten, Mozart croissant or one of those integral rolls (try the one with cornflakes on top…crazy combination!). For you who don’t know what Mozat filling is, it’s the same as Mozat kugel, a small layered ball of chocolate, nought, pistacio and marzipan. It’s a traditional chocolate from Saltzburg, where Mozart lived. But more obout the some other time.
In the extension of the area is a place that looks like a cafe, where you can sit are eat what you bought in the bakery, order a cup of coffee and enjoy. Especially if it’s cold outside as it was when we visited Graz last time, before this Christmas…
Stella – European Travelling Advisor