Diglas is an old and venerable Viennese institution in the centre of the old, First District (Erste Bezirk) of the city, behind the cathedral. It is one of the few really traditional places of its type left and well worth a visit. You can go just for coffee and cakes (which are authentic Viennese, try the Topfenstrudel e.g.), or a brasserie-type lunch/dinner. Prices for a two/three course meal with a glass of wine are still reasonable, about 20 euros a head, and the actual food is always tasty, well presented and served efficiently. The brasserie/cafe serves non-stop till 10pm and most evenings there is a real-life pianist in residence, often extremely good (they alternate...). Nice, cosy atmosphere.
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