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All reviews peanut soup stuffed chicken breast schnitzel ragout wild boar tartare apple strudel potatoes soups salad steak big john neighborhood restaurant moderate prices no reservation lovely meal food was amazing
Went here with some colleagues one evening after a conference. I had the schnitzel which I had never tried before and it was very good. It was a huge portion (far too much for me to finish) and came with a sort of potato salad...More
Stumbled on this place via Trip Advisor. And couldn’t agree more with other reviews ! It was amazing. My husband had the lamb and said it was phenomenal and I had the roast beef and it was delicious! The staff was super helpful and very...More
Sixta was easily the best restaurant we visited in Vienna across a four day trip.
The restaurant is beautiful inside: sensitively lit and intimate. The staff were all very friendly and welcoming, and were happy to answer any questions.
The food was superb, as was...More
Great setting, great food, friendly staff and great atmosphere - can only recommend. The whole place was busy but not overcrowded and everyone relaxed and enjoying wonderful food and drinks. New convert to Hazelnut Schnapps!
We had an outstanding meal here for a relatively low price. The carrot soup was spectacular, as was the apple cake dessert. Service and ambiance are good in a cheerful, informal way. The owners are from Bosnia, and while they serve local fare, I would...More
On entering restaurant we were made welcome and shown to table which was set and ready for us with reserved names on
Menu offers a good selection of local classics and some restaurants own take on local dishes
The schnitzel was extremely well cooked and...More
This restaurant is well suited to a romantic couples meal with lots of tables set up for 2's.
We both had the schnitzel which was pleasant. It came with a potato salad which I quite enjoyed but my partner thought it was too sweet. It...More
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.
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Yes, although i don't recall a special children's menu. However, the owner was very nice and I'm sure he'd prepare something special for your daughter. We ate outside and it was crowded - be sure to reserve which we did... More
Yes, although i don't recall a special children's menu. However, the owner was very nice and I'm sure he'd prepare something special for your daughter. We ate outside and it was crowded - be sure to reserve which we did from the US online.