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you can’t pay by card. C’mon it’s 2019...
Potatoes with sweet filler it’s little bit weird. Place is really small.
What about the Knoedels that’s not so bad. Indeed, it was quite fascinating, and in general, not sweet Knodels were tasty enough
My grandmother is from Austria and i have had my fair share of Knodel in my life for an Australian.
These are a top grade Knodel, as good as i have ever had.
We had aboth savory meat knodel with sour kraut and...More
We wanted to taste something local and knödels seemed delicious. There were no free tables in the restaurant so we took our knödels with us to a nearby park. What a lovely picnic we had! Options were quite limited for vegetarians (as they always are...)...More
I would highly recommend this place over any place in Vienna! We had one day to spend in Vienna and I was not disappointed with Knoedel! I went to the #1 recommended place and it was good but this place has way more to offer....More
We chose this restaurant based on the reviews and were not disappointed! We wanted to experience authentic, local food. We chose two savory and one sweet with Stiel Bier. We enjoyed Grammelknodedel and Selchfleischknodel with sauerkraut. The sweet one was raspberry. Such a wonderful experience....More
Knoedel is one of the Austria specialities. They are filled with different types of fruit, but also meat, ham, roasted with eggs etc. etc. If you like to get the perfect Knoedel-Experience, then you are very close to their "birthplace".
It is a very small place with few tables. Great place for lunch , we were curious about the place as were looking for good dumplings. The savory dumplings were very tasty especially the spinach and ricotta. We took also some sweet dumplings , the...More
Loved the tasty savoury dumplings served with sauerkraut, then enjoyed some sweet dumplings as desert with a cappuccino. Congratulations on first year celebrations. Seriously do your taste buds a favour & and support a traditional local business.
The eighth district is an older generation’s Vienna at its finest: and this is what makes it popular with locals of all ages. Josefstadt has theater, small independent shops, romantic passageways, neighborhood cafés with regular clientele, church squares, town palaces and shady communal gardens. Trendy hangouts have conquered distinctive places such as the Old General Hospital (Altes AKH) and the vaults of
overground U6. Theater in der Josefstadt on Josefstädter Strasse is the district’s cultural epicenter. Even if your German isn’t good enough to watch a play, you can marvel at the typical Biedermeier building and take a glimpse into the foyer. Lange Gasse houses an iconic local restaurant at its corner, as well as a legendary sweet shop and a bustling neighborhood market every Saturday. For small palace atmosphere and a different view on Vienna’s history, make your way to Schönborn garden palace (Palais Schönborn), which houses the Museum of Folk and Folk Art (Volkskundemuseum). Maria-Treu-Platz, with its summer outdoor cafés facing baroque church Maria Treu, and the historic passageway of Lerchenfelder Strasse 13 hide top spots for insiders.