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#153 of 488 Italian in Vienna
#1,196 of 3,747 Restaurants in Vienna


Italian, Mexican, Pizza
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Reviewed November 2, 2019

Very cosy and pretty place. Cute service, excellent food, nice atmosphere and good prices!!! Hope meet again!

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed October 26, 2019

On our first trip to Vienna, my wife and I discovered that many restaurants in Vienna are closed on Sundays or, at least, Sunday evenings. After exploring several streets with shuttered restaurants, we came upon Casa Alberto. The menu offered a wide variety of foods,...the prices were reasonable, and a table near a open French doors was available. The full menu surprised us as Casa Alberto offers Italian, Mexican, and German dishes. I ordered one a my favorite dishes pizza frutti di mare. My wife decided on wiener schnitzel. Both dishes were average at best. The wiener schnitzel was somewhat dry and the pizza crust was too thin and insubstantial. On the positive side, the beer and service were good.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed August 30, 2019 via mobile

Best Italien food I've ever eat. We have lasagne, pizza and garlic soup. Everything was perfect, staf was proffesional and very nice. Very good beer. Thank you

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed January 15, 2019 via mobile

We love this place, the fungi pizza is awesome! The hosts are really nice Mexican people. They make you feel great while you’re eating in their place. I strongly recommend this nice and cozy place, prices are good and food is great!

Date of visit: January 2019
Reviewed November 1, 2018 via mobile

I just finished to eat here and i created an account specially to write how horrible experience i had! I came here with my boyfriend and our pizzas were from the supermarket (the frozen ones). They looked the same except one topping and we payed...9,50€ each for the pizza that we could buy for 2€ in a supermarket! This is a crime to do this to customers! If you are thinking to come here just please choose another place and eat something better for a cheaper price, even a local kebab. I don't recommend it to anybody!More

Date of visit: November 2018
Reviewed June 14, 2018 via mobile

Looking for somewhere to eat before an evening concert at the Karlskirche, our party of six decided on Casa Alberto as we didn’t know if there were any other eateries close by. The food was good quality and reasonably priced, but the most memorable thing...for me was their tiramisu, which was moist and delicious; one of the best I’ve ever tasted. The size of the portion was generous too!More

Date of visit: June 2018
Reviewed December 19, 2017 via mobile

Sadly neither the food, nor the service or the price are reason enough to come here. Half of my pizza was burnt, the soup and dessert from the menu were both not tasty at all and the waiter was unfriendly. I do not recommend coming...here!More

Date of visit: December 2017
Reviewed August 31, 2017

I visited Casa Alberto few days ago as I live nearby. We arrived around 18:30 and there are 2 more tables. We sat in the non smoking area. The guy who came to serve was a hungarian who pretends the italian and he was talking...loudly with another lady of the restaurant like if they were alone. We ordered a pizza Cardinale ( cheese, tomato sauce & ham 7.90€) which was big enough for 2 kids. The pizza was like those froze which we take from super market and not something more. Additionally, we had a peccorino salad (8,90€) which was a disaster. The green part was not fresh iceberg salad, 4 slices of tomato on the top chopped goat cheese and a LOT of balsamico vinegar and a little of oil. For antipasti we selected prosciutto con mozzarella (11,90€). Mozzarella was not the fresh one but the block cheese that most probably use for the pizzas. The big beer costs 4,10€ and they charge 0,40€ each glass of tap water. We asked to pay with card but he told us that his machine was broken so we had to pay cash. In general, that restaurant offer very poor quality/taste of food and personally I will never again visit it. I could characterize it expensive for its standards.More

Date of visit: August 2017
Reviewed August 29, 2017 via mobile

We were searching another restaurant which was closed and we entered Casa Alberto as from the exterior it was advertised as Mexican-Italian. Actually it's only Italian, you'll not find fajitas or tacos. We had two types of pasta and pork filet. The meat was ok,...a little too much sauce for me, but this is just the Austrian style. The pasta was fine too. The prices are average for the meal, a little exaggerated for the water, a bottle of 0.33l is 3€ and they don't have larger bottles to share. The soda also comes directly in a glass and not from a bottle. But what we didn't like is the service, the Italian guy was just talking around with the people in the restaurant forgetting that there were other tables that needed care. When asked if we can have a baby seat he just answer: you can, so I went to take one from the corner and clean it up... definitely not going back.More

Date of visit: August 2017
Reviewed April 22, 2017

Just arrived in Vienna, we strolled towards the city centre looking for a place to eat. This place looked inviting, and we were all thirsty, so we dropped in. The beer was very good, and a look at the menu confirmed we'd all find something...we liked. Nice local food and pasta, good wine too. Would happily go back there.More

Date of visit: April 2017
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  • Yes, Casa Alberto offers takeout services.

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  • Casa Alberto is rated accordingly in the following categories by Tripadvisor travelers:
    • Food: 4
    • Service: 4
    • Value: 4
    • Atmosphere: 3.5