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The building that the restaurant is in has a very interesting and long history, you can read some of it in the menu. Visited by very famous people over the years
As far as I can remember it was first mentioned back in the 1300’s...More
I got in quite late on the Friday and had this place saved on my list of places to explore in Vienna. I'd read lovely reviews and was not disappointed. The wait staff were attentive and knowledgeable about gluten free needs. The meal was good,...More
I have loved getting lost in Vienna as find places like this. I was attracted by the outside and then realised friends had recommended it. Very traditional. Efficient service. Huge wiener schnitzel and giod salad. You dont need anything else! Good reisling. Worth a visit
The restaurant is without doubt full of historic character. This restaurant is definitely one of our favourites when visiting Vienna.The menu is very typically Austrian, but the quality of dishes is up with the best rated restaurants. We ordered a lamb dish and weiner schnizel,...More
This is a standout restaurant in Vienna, well known by locals and tourists. The decor remains true to its origins, lots of signatures on the ceiling from all manner of people both well known and obscure, but all interesting. The service was fast and efficient,...More
Built into the wall of the ancient city, you dine in these smaller rooms. The menus are traditional Viennese food, all of which are good. Expect to pay a bit more for the experience. On the way out look for the grating under which lies...More
food quality was good, though one dish was heavily overcooked; service was quick; the place is very busy! but as it got busier, the waiting-staff got more stressed, and that displayed in the service quality level. I do tend to tip well when things are...More
North of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna suddenly turns small, winding and medieval, opening up to legendary places such as the Basilisk sculpture at Schönlaterngasse, as well as glamorous baroque façades, courtyards and churches. Take 45 minutes for a casual stroll through Bäckerstrasse, Sonnenfelsgasse, Köllnerhofgasse, Grashofgasse, and Schönlaterngasse. This quarter is packed with stories
and legends that will enrich your Vienna experience.