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We ate here on the last of our 3 nights in Vienna and this was our favourite of 3 evening meals. We had to book so be aware this restaurant is popular. I had simple choices of wild garlic soup (seasonal) and quinoa. My wife...More
Really enjoyed the food, especially dumplings filled with meat, served with sauerkraut. Wiener schnitzels are ginormous, maybe even a bit too big! The place is rather noisy, some kind of sound absorbtion (ceiling panes) would change things for the better, just a thought!
My husband and I stopped here for dinner last night after a visit to the Kunsthistorisches Museum. From the moment we arrived we were made to feel unwelcome. Right away we were asked if we had a reservation and when we said no we were...More
Dined at Glacis Beisl while in Vienna and thought it was really good. Booked in advance as it was a Saturday night and it was a good idea as it was busy when I arrived for my time slot but it did open up later...More
We arrived in Vienna late and the hotel recommended this nearby restaurant. They called and reserved a table for us. As it turned out, a reservation was definitely needed. This is very popular with tourists and locals. It is not as hard to find as...More
Outside they have a small bier-garden (was closed in January). Inside is a nice comfortable atmosphere. Food is traditional Vienna style food, well executed, with very friendly personnel. I went there 3 times so far and will go back next time when I'm in Vienna.
Just a warning note for families w kids. Our toddler poured some salt on his clothes and the floor. We immediately stopped him and asked the waitress who was passing by to remove the salt and pepper from the table as we wouln't really need...More