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Auf die Speisekarte des Figlmüller Wollzeile gehören auch andere Klassiker der österreichischen Küche wie Wiener Tafelspitz mit Schnittlauchsauce, Apfelkren und Rösterdäpfel oder Kalbsrahmgulasch mit Butternockerln. Von den 13 Gerichten auf der Karte wird aber meistens nur eins geordert. Das Figlmüller Schnitzel ist ausschließlich von der Karreerose, wird auf einen Durchmesser von etwa 30 cm geklopft und in Brösel von der Kaisersemmel paniert.
Do not visit without reservation! It is very popular and crowded most hours of the day. Really nice schnitzel and great portions, we took the leftovers to go and we had them for dinner. Totally recommend it. The staff is efficient and welcoming.
Stopped by Figlmuller for lunch on our first day in Vienna. The restaurant was close to our hotel and we were starving after traveling from Prague. We were seated almost immediately, the restaurant is much larger then it appears from the outside so there were...More
We had the famous figlmuller schnitzel with mixed salad and beer. It was amazing! Delicious and huge portions! The waiter Branko was super charming and kind while speaking 3 different languages 🙂 Great experience!
PS Make sure to make a reservation, because there are always...More
If you love Schnitzel then this is the place to go. Not much more than Schnitzel on the menu card but this has certainly been their specialty for nearly 100 years. The Schnitzel is bigger than the plate so if you can eat up you’re...More
Although the queue was extremely large, we overheard one of the waiters telling some other customer to go to the restaurant around the corner. It is literally 1 minute away and hardly a queue! We waited around 15 minutes and were seated promptly. I can...More
Although it's not a real Wiener Schnitzel (the figlmüller one is pork and not veal), it's still a very good Schnitzel. If you can stomach the amount of tourists there, you'll be able to enjoy a very good Schnitzel.
North of St. Stephen’s Cathedral, Vienna suddenly turns small, winding and medieval, opening up to legendary places such as the Basilisk sculpture at Schönlaterngasse, as well as glamorous baroque façades, courtyards and churches. Take 45 minutes for a casual stroll through Bäckerstrasse, Sonnenfelsgasse, Köllnerhofgasse, Grashofgasse, and Schönlaterngasse. This quarter is packed with stories
and legends that will enrich your Vienna experience.
I've had no problems just walking in off the street and landing a table so unless there is a major convention or sizeable event being held in Vienna then you should not experience any problems. Waiters are top notch and... More
I've had no problems just walking in off the street and landing a table so unless there is a major convention or sizeable event being held in Vienna then you should not experience any problems. Waiters are top notch and professional with the customary heal clicking efficiency.