When I stay in Vienna I often visit the Restaurant Salzamt. It is located at the border of the first district, next to the Danube river. The Ruprechtsplatz is beautiful - I always enjoy walking to the restaurant.
The menu is hand-written and changes from time to time. So you can be sure, that the dishes are seasonal. The menu is a mixture of typical Austrian and Croatian/Serbian dishes. Besides Wiener Schnitzel you eill always find two other dishes on the menu: American tartare and roastbeef. I swear, the best you can get in Vienna! Try both, you will like it.
The wines are of good quality, you have the choice between Austrian (Styria, Lower Austria, Burgenland) and Balkan (e.g. Plavac) wines.
The restaurant is divided in two rooms. The small area with the bar is for smokers, the dining room is non smoking. The ambiance is rustique, the interior consists of wooden floor, wooden tables and chairs.
The service is unobtrusive and discreet but quick and polite.
The price performance ratio is good. A nice evening with a botttle of wine costs you around 70 to 80 Euros for two persons!
During the week you don't have to reserve a table - on weekends the restaurant is quite full!
I can recommend Restaurant Salzamt!
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