First night and to a reserved table. Then met by friends. Good congeniality. Efficient service - with English menus - and a quiet and effective waiter. The steaks 'Cafe de Paris' did not disappoint and were well cooked to the order given - rare was just enough redness and flowing juices to satisfy amd the mediums were appreciated by those who ordered. The pumpkin was unusual, but turned out to be very tasty indeed. Served with a white Goebelsbert that delighted despite the possibilty that the name might have implied. The high roofs, the verdant decor, the discrete music all added to the good atmospher and made a great start to our week in Vienna.
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