A pretty standard issue Austrian restaurant with all the usual things on the menu, decent but not special
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A busy, bustling restaurant on the night we visited. Eventually we got a table (they'd misplaced our reservation made earlier in the day). Simple wine list, broadly Austrian or Austrian and there's only so much Gruner Veltliner than one can face. Most of us had Wiener Schnitzel, there was a choice of large or smaller portions but the Pork tenderloin... More
It took me a little while to figure out how to get in since the main entrance is then at where there is smoking. Non smoking entrance is around the corner. Then a little while for the waiter to seat me. It's informal so don't be put off by that. The menu has several pages of really yummy sounding dishes.... More
A nice, busy restaurant with decent, but not exceptional food. The service was efficient and priced reasonably for what was offered.
Once we got over the shock of people smoking in the bar we settled down for the night Had a great chicken meal washed down with some good Austrian Beer the girl s stuck to Prosecco Had a good range of beers to choose from Never used the main restaurant but it was always busy and had a good menu... More
Great atmosphere with excellent service. Stop buy to a lunch. God home made kitchen. I eaten a gulach with potato Super taste. Price was 13€ with a beer. They a pub there it is smoking area but in the restaurant is smoking free.
Very nice restaurant with friendly staff. Excellent food and good prices. We ate here three times during our visit in Vienna
We ate here mid week. Has a smoking room and non-smoking room so just be careful where you sit. The menu was pretty standard pricing, we had snitzchels, salad, apple strudel and sache cake and coffees. The service was good so definitely would recommend.
We came here as it was one of the few places open in the city on New Year's Day. What a pleasant surprise! Not only was the menu in English, but the staff were polite and attentive (apparently a rarity in Vienna). The food we ordered came in good time, and was of a high standard. My girlfriend ordered the... More
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