In the center of Wien, this restaurant offer good cuisine at a medium price. Waiter speaks also in Italian. I raccomanded it.
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We had a table outside for a meal on a very warm humid evening earlier this week. It's slightly off the beaten track so I think you are more likely to be able to reserve or get a table at short notice. once the evening...More
We select this place from lonely planet guide, one of the top in town with good food. We arrive there around 8.30pm and the waitress send us for a empty room. We were 8 (4 children) and no one showed where we should seat, bad...More
This is a family run, old-style Austrian restaurant catering mainly to local people. The food was well prepared and tasty. Prices were somewhat on the high side for such an establishment. Started with a beef Consommé. The soup contained a crispy baked "meat strudel" placed...More
This came highly recommended by travel guides but was not good. We didn't see the mouse but food not good at all. I ordered asparagus to start and when it arrived it was just the stalks chopped up and no spears. My partner ordered a...More
Oh man, I am torn about this place. As always, my better looking but more gastronomically challenged than a championship hot dog eater with irritable bowel syndrome partner and I were on the lookout for good gluten free food. Beim Czaak is a small restaurant...More
Found this place from a Lonely Planet recommend - and really glad we did. Doesn't look much from the outside, but serves good Austrian food (and beer and wine) and the service was good. No specific children's menu, just asked for a small portion for...More
We had great food and a fun experience here. Our favorite moment came when the waiter said to the couple sitting next to us who had order a big beer, "We can only serve .5l, small country, small beer". Classic...