Destination ViennaDestination Vienna

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

A popular starter is soup, for example Leberknödelsuppe (bouillon with dumplings), or Frittatensuppe (bouillon with noodles). Other traditional dishes are the famous Wienerschnitzel (veal cutlet coated with egg and breadcrumbs, eaten with a slice of lemon) and Tafelspitz (beef with spinach and horseradish). To finish, a slice of pie, gateau or apfelstrudel (applestrudel). For traditional fare, visit a Beisl.

Kulinarium 7

Enjoy fine dining at Kulinarium 7, near Vienna‘s Museum quarters. Choose from a menu or excellent a la carte dishes, all with accompanying wines. The unique wine cellar can be visited for tastings, and all wines are also available for sale.
Address: Sigmundsgasse 1/1
Phone: +43 1 522 33 77
Opening hours: Mon - Sat 17:00 - 24:00
Web: www.kulinarium7.at
More Info: Corner of Siebensterngasse / info@kulinarium7.at

Griechenbeisl

One of Vienna’s oldest restaurants, dating back to 1447. Popular with artists and politicians. Their famous patrons from the past have included Beethoven, Schubert and Mark Twain, whose autograph is framed on the wall.
Address: Fleischmarkt 11, district 1
Phone: +43 1 533 1977
Web: www.griechenbeisl.at

Gulaschmuseum (Goulash Museum)

Famous for being the only restaurant in the world for goulash specialities. The menu lists over 15 different varieties, based on everything from tripe to chocolate.
Address: Schulerstraße 20, district 1
Phone: +43 1 512 1017
Web: www.gulasch.at

Palmenhaus

The restaurant is in an orangery, full of exotic plants and contemporary design.
Address: Burggarten, district 1
Phone: +43 1 533 1033
Web: www.palmenhaus.at

Halle – Café & Restaurant

Formerly, the Imperial box with a view of the indoor arena, these days a fashionable restaurant serving Mediterranean food.
Address: MuseumQuartier, district 7
Phone: +43 1 523 7001
Web: www.diehalle.at

Meinl Am Graben

Prize-winning gourmet restaurant, said to be one of the top five restaurants in the country. All kinds of international delicacies are served from breakfast until midnight.
Address: Graben 19, district 1
Phone: +43 1 532 333 460 00
Web: www.meinlamgraben.at

Aromat

Unpretentious little restaurant where Oliver and his friends prepare food using fresh ingredients they are found daily in the market.
Address: Margaretenstrasse 52, district 6
Phone: + 43 1 913 2453
Web: www.arom.at

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