Kaiser is a round wheat bun, cross-cut on the top. In the past, it was called the Viennese bun, because that’s where it comes from. It was the favourite baking of the Austrian Emperor Francis Joseph, so the Viennese called it Kaiser (this in German means ’emperor’). The bun became famous all over Austria, and later also in Krakow and other Polish cities.

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