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Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by Ruhrbuerger

We will be in Vienna in the beginning of May. We are looking for a nice place to eat Vienna Schnitzel (so from veal not pork!) and a nice place to eat Kaiserschmarrn. We are keen on quality and atmosphere not on portion size or low price. Any recommendations?

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by marielexoteria

http://www.zum-schmankerlwirt.at/content/bereich/root.html

Although I can't remember if the Schnitzel I had was veal or pork.

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by Trekki

We once had a small VT gathering in Vienna and Michael/globetrott (Vienna local) took us to Palatschinkenpfandl. This was good in selection, service and taste, with outside seating in a quiet side road. Michael has it as the first tip on his Vienna page:
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1ffe4/4e34c/2/

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

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Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by marielexoteria

Peter: thanks, I didn't know that. I eat both veal and pork so I was happy with what I got :))))

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by globetrott

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In principal YES, in reality almost nobody cares or finds some way around this rule !

Even at Figlmüller, that is mostly mentioned in almost any guidebook as the very best place to eat "Wiener Schnitzel" it is pork, and when you look at their menu, they call it "Figlmüller Schnitzel" not Wr. Schnitzel and the price of ca. 14,50 euro is for the Schnitzel only:
http://www.figlmueller.at/unser_schnitzel.php
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For Mariel :
sorry, you had pork !
the menu of Schmankerlwirt prints it like that :
Wiener Schnitzel (Schw.), Erdäpfelsalat -------------klein: 5,90 / 7,90 gross
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For a real veal-Wienerschnitzel and for many other local specialities I may highly recommend :
http://www.waldviertlerhof.at/index02.html
Wiener Schnitzel vom Kalb mit gemischtem Salat: 13,50 €
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my favorite Kaiserschmarrn is in Palatschinkenpfandl, they have 8 different ones to choose from and have it in big or small portion and on the "Tagesmenus" you can also have it as a desert for just 2 euros extra:
http://www.palatschinken.at/

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by marielexoteria

Michael: I liked what they served me, pork or not :))) and I had a good time with you all.

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by Ruhrbuerger

Thanks for the super tips! I will let you know after return.

Re: Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn

by Ruhrbuerger

We are back and had a great time in Vienna. As always, it happened different than planned, so here are the place we have been to:

‘Café im Raimundhof’: Fantastic Apfel- and Topfenstrudel, the best Melange we had
‘Café Eiles’: very authentic, super Schnitzel (pork)
‘Café Restaurant Oberlaa – Dommayer’ (very close to castle Schönbrunn): nice Schnitzel (veal) and absolute fabulous breaded chicken pieces on a potato salad with pumpkin seed oil
‚huth Beisl‘: Brilliant Cordon-Bleu and delicious Tafelspitz (potato-asparagus puree with breaded asparagus heads!)
‘Bermuda Bräu’: Kaiserschmarrn was so-so
‚Zwölf-Apostelkeller‘: Debrecziner was OK
‚Cafe Restaurant Griensteidl‘: Grieß-Kaiserschmarrn was so-so, the Melange was the worst we had
‘Hopferl’: Nice soup and bread
‘Crossfields Australian Pub’: Good beer and Vegemite toast
‘Gelateria Hoher Markt’: Super ice cream

Travel Tips for Vienna

City of musicians

by Raimix


People call Vienna the capital of classical European musicians even if they haven’t seen this city. Vienna is really attracted with this advantage - Opera house, parks and statues for musicians, classical music playing on the streets, Waltz of Wien...

Viennese Post Boxes

by Mariajoy

These are very cute and have little messages on the side like:

"Ich fuehl mich so leer!" - I feel so empty!

How could anyone resist a little plea like that ?? go and buy ten postcards at least and fill up that little yellow box - oh and by the way - the slot is on the side of the box!

Ring

by KiNyA

The central area (I. Bezirk) is surrounded by the monumental buildings and gardens of the Ring Road, the area developed between 1859 and 1888 on the site of the old fortifications and surrounding glacis which linked up the heart of the medieval town with the old suburbs.

The State Opera House

by Bjorgvin

Verdi´s Aida at The State Opera House (Staatsoper), one of the best opera houses in the world. Here have directed geniuses such as Gustav Mahler, Richard Strauss, Herbert von Karajan and of course so may other outstanding directors. The house, designed in the French Renaissance style, was opened in 1869 with Mozart’s Don Giovanni. It suffered damages in World War II, but was reopened in 1955 with Beethoven’s Fidelio. Location: Opernring 2.

www.wiener-staatsoper.at

Just speak normally, don't yell

by brandi05

These seem completely obvious to me (and my acquaintances in Austria), but apparently not to everyone:

1) When talking in public (say, on a metro train), keep your volume in check. No need to whisper, but talking so loudly that absolutely everyone on the car can hear you over the train noise - whether it's on the phone or with each other - is considered very rude and will draw angry looks. Somehow this seems to apply mostly to tourists from Italy and the US, although the phone-yelling thing is done mostly by locals.

2) Many Austrians (and other nationalities, for that matter) understand English quite well, but they may not be accustomed to your specific accent or local phrases. No need to yell or talk as if you're addressing children - just try to speak clearly, in standard English, and give people a little time to respond.

I found the rudeness of some tourists who expected everyone to understand their variant of English and respond within a split-second just amazing. I suppose it's mostly those who have never bothered to learn a second language themselves.

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