Gray beef stroganoff and soup of the day is chicken broth? Ugh. Ordered takeout and will never eat there again. Yuck!
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Grew up in Germany, 1/2 German; decor German/Austrian, Sauerbraten I would rate a D. Staff unfriendly. Visit St. Pete often, and thought we would give this place a try, very disappointed. ....
We discovered this restaurant back in the spring of 2011 and just went yesterday, which has been about two years since we were in this area last. It has not lost its' charm and we thoroughly enjoyed the wienerschnitzel we ordered. It comes with soup...More
After reading all the reviews, we all decided to give this place a try. We ordered the Sauerbraten! In my opinion, it was okay, but not as sour as it would normally be prepared in Germany. Also, the meat was sliced extremely thin. The dumpling...More
This quaint little restaurant is in a simple store front with a charming old world feel inside. We were made to feel welcomed the minute we walked in the door. Service was very good and our food came quickly starting with home made Carrot Dumpling...More
Cafe Vienna is tucked into small strip shopping center, but was a nice surprise. Their food is equal to or better than we had in three visits to Vienne, Austria. Service was speedy and pleasant. The only disappointment was the overpriced appetizer of four very...More
A very quaint German eatery. The food is very good and the prices are great. Limited wind selection but for the beer drinkers I am sure you will be happy.
The Café Vienna has been around for years offering traditional Germanic food. in its past it was charming and delightful. Now it is old and dowdy. the food was well portioned but bland.
We like to eat here a couple times a year and are never disappointed with the food or service. While the place is tucked into a small strip mall with a dated interior, the quality of food and the service are both excellent. Servings are...More