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Opposite secession building . We stopped for lunch . After walking around stalls and eateries we stopped at mr li,s (
Spelled L-I. My friend had the chicken satay and I had crispy Peking duck and noodles. One of the best meals I’ve ever had...More
You must go here if you are in Vienna !!
It’s a really good tourist spot. Doesn’t cost loads. I recommend you try Wiener Schnitzel one of there main dishes and also sturm drink if it is in season as it is delicious.
We stumbled upon this area after we had been to a nearby vegan restaurant for diner .
It is a great area -fairy lights , candles . Full of people having food or drinks . It’s very central and easy to walk to .very s...More
4 aisles wide and half a mile long, lined with seafood, gourmet food, drinks, fresh products fruits, meats, seafood, cheese vegetables and gift shops. Variety of beers, wines, spices, dried nuts.
Merchants offer free samples to taste.
We loved strolling along and settled at this...More
I expected the food markets to be an array of food stalls and street food and it would be fun to see the different samples of food Vienna has to offer. But when we went it was a more of a line of restaurants and...More
The market is fairly small, and like mentioned in some previous reviews, the products offered are quite repetitive.
Maybe the better part of this market is sitting down at an eatery/cafe for food/drink and people watching :)
Overall, nothing really to write home about!
A third of shops still aren’t open by 9am and their hours vary. While some restaurants are open past 10pm, the majority close well before then. The variety of food is impressive.
Souvenir prices are similar to those at other shops around the city.
This former working class district blends hip eateries and avant-garde cinema with a time travel into 1950s Vienna. Feel the district’s pulse at Margaretenhof and Schlossquadrat. 19th-century Margaretenhof is a local icon, yet has very non-Viennese architecture with its brick structure and cast-iron verandas. The nearby urban Renaissance castle of Schlossquadrat houses several restaurants. In the summer you can sit in its
romantic shady courtyard over Schnitzel and Kracherl (traditional fizzy syrup). Siebenbrunnenplatz and its surrounding shops and grocery stores have remained virtually unchanged in the past 60 years: taking a walk there is like stepping into a 1950s film set. Speaking of movies, head to avant-garde cinema Filmcasino in the evening. It often stages foreign language cult films.
Response from Peggysue93 | Reviewed this property |
The market and restaurants are mainly opened all day apart from Sunday. I would recommend doing lunch you will probably get a better deal at lunchtime, its nice to see all the stands at the market well presented and unless... More
The market and restaurants are mainly opened all day apart from Sunday. I would recommend doing lunch you will probably get a better deal at lunchtime, its nice to see all the stands at the market well presented and unless your comfortable with the area it would be safer at lunch time.