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    Le Cedre: The Cedar - Lebanese & Oriental food

    by longsanborn Updated Apr 4, 2011

    This is one of the good Lebanese restaurants I have tried in Vienna.

    Favorite Dish: The grilled meats are excellent, especially the Lamb chops.

    Opening hours: Tues-Fri: 11.00-14.30 and 17.30-23.30; Maybe open on weekends; call them to check!

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    Papa Joe's Grill, Cantina and Bar: Mexican Cantina-style Food in city centre

    by longsanborn Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Nice colourful indoor ambience. Large restaurant, on ground floor and cellar.

    Favorite Dish: Food is ok; lots of choices - Mexican and American cuisine;
    Large selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails available.

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    WRENKH: Give yourself a vegetarean treat !

    by WStat Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    I fully agree with the tips of my Vienna-lover-colleague !
    If you want to treat yourself at one of the best vegatarian restaurants (not THAT expensive, !!) have a look at
    Wrenkh
    Bauernmarkt 10, A-1010 Wien, at http://tinyurl.com/5wpp98
    which is not too far from Schwedenplatz and Untere Donaustrasse.See map:
    Just fill in your viennese address at
    http://www.wien.gv.at/stadtplan/
    Good Luck and happy travelling !

    Favorite Dish: Vegetarian Steak

    Wrenkh
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    Korso bei der Oper: Good, exclusive, but not excellent

    by coccinella169 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Restaurant Korso is one of the restaurants of Hotel Bristol and located about 2 minutes by foot away from the Opera house. Although they recently added some kind of fashionable, illuminated wall, dividing the room into two parts, this restaurant still remains very traditional and conservative. What I immensly liked was the elegant, old fashioned lounge with old paintings on the walls - there you can sip a cocktail and feel like back 200 years ago. I found it very positive that although atmosphere at Korso is very elegant and traditional, it is not too starchy. It has the reputation of being one of Vienna`s best restaurants.

    Amuse bouche was fennel wrapped in thin slices of raw salmon. Usually fennel is something I would never eat - but there it tasted quite good. As a starter I had a lobster soup with a lot of seafood in it, which was - apart from the 2 small fishbones in it (well, this shouldn`t happen in a restaurant of that category) - excellent! For main course I had sole with leek and porcini with a truffle taste (probably they used truffle oil). That was very good, but nothing special. Dessert were 3 different kinds of Sorbet and rasperries and melons - it was very refreshing. My dinner was accompanied by an excellent Chardonnay by Bründlmayer. All in all food was very good, but nothing I would get too enthusiastic about - maybe my expectations were too high.

    Korso is not the right place for people travelling on a shoe string - starters are between relatively modest EUR 12 (for a simple soup) up to EUR 145 (for beef with some Beluga) - main courses around 35, 40 EUR, desserts around EUR 20.

    Nice lounge Korso`s fashionable wall
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  • Hollmann Salon: Lovely Food : An Oasis of Quiet.

    by krakhall Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Hollmann is located in a quite courtyard in the center of Vienna... While only a few blocks away throngs of tourists thread their ways through the streets of the historic center of town , Holmann may as well be miles away tucked away as it is in its quiet courtyard.
    On the the occasion we had lunch we sat outside as it was a beautiful sunny day. The service was prompt and pleasant with the waitresses dressed in the traditional black skirts and white aprons of the Viennese cafe. While the garb may be traditional the decour is sleek , modern yet comfortable and totally unpretentious. The menu is not a long one but focuses on quality and seasonal offerings. The food (light Austrian :Euro fusuion)is prepared with care and skill and excellent Austrian wines can be ordered by the glass. The laid back feel, the excellent cooking and warm service make for a memorable meal in this very nice and unpretentious restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: The roast pork served with herbs and and creamy smooth cheesy polenta was amazing.. Tender , moist and flavourful .. The celeriac soup with fluffy cheese filled dumplings was also amazing.. ALL the food is light and fresh..a nice contrast the heavy , fried foods so many places offer up as classic Austrian cooking. The wines by the glass offer a chance to explore some fine offerings from Austrian vineyards.. some of the reds being surprisingly good if you have not had the chance to try them...

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    ANN Restaurant (previously WOK): Cheap Asian Meals!

    by longsanborn Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Latest Update (2009): I found out that this ANN Restaurant no longer exists. What a great pity because now I don't get to taste much Malaysian food in Vienna anymore!

    Ann Restaurant was owned by a Malaysian couple; this restaurant was previously called WOK. After a major renovation and change in menu and ownership, WOK is re-opened and re-named as ANN. The restaurant serves South-East Asian cuisines. The interior is simple, open-space in modern design with lots of seatings. The food is OK for the prices charged.

    Restaurant hours: Mon-Sat: 11.30 - 24.00 hours; Sunday: 11.00 - 15.00 hours.

    Favorite Dish: Ann Restaurant serves simple east-asian food such as fried noodles, fried rice, and stir-fried meat and vegetable dishes in tune with the current popular trend of Wok dining.

    Wanton Noodles with BBQ Pork Dim sum and green tea
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    Le bol: On parle Francais

    by coccinella169 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Le bol is a small café-bistro which is located in a nice baroque style building in the first district. You can choose between soups, baguettes, salads, quiches and various dessert. The food tastes quite good, the atmosphere is nice, though in my eyes it is more suitable for having lunch than dinner. It is one of the few restaurants (to be precise, the only one aside from Mc Donald`s) I know in Vienna where smoking is completely forbidden. Staff is bilingual. They speak German and are native French speakers as well. Unfortunately the service is rather slow. In addition they ignored our reservation, the explanation the waitress gave us was, that we were 4 minutes too late and we had reserved only about an hour before we came there. Consequently it is highly recommended to reserve on one hand as early as possible and on the other hand to be super punctual if you want to have a table of your own. At least she offered us a free coffee. People there are a mix between business people, students and tourists. They sell french sweets and vine as well.

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    L`Ambasciata della Puglia: a genuine Apulian restaurant

    by WStat Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    L`Ambasciata della Puglia (the Puglian Embassy) is a restaurant-type, one would never expect to meet in suburban Vienna. Yet the "Puglia", like the few insiders in knowledge of this nice place use to say, is more Italian than some restaurants in Tarantino with their famous seafood.
    Offering only 18 seats, reservations are mandatory yet paying-off: although value for money, the rather simplistic "Pugliá" isn`t cheap, but offers excellent dishes and the freshest seafood available in Vienna. Order Bruschetta or a mixed starter (octopus, various salads, apulian ham, fish-tartar,cheese etc) and the lovely Branzino or a rather heavy filled meat-roulade, accompanied by Rosemary-potatoes and very nice Apulian white and red wines.

    ATT: the restaurant is still closed !!, due to a recent incendiary !!

    Favorite Dish: Bruschatta, Octopus, mixed starters,Orecchiette,Branzino with Rosemary-potatoes
    Open Mon-Fri 12-3pm, 6-11pm closed Saturdays and Sundays

    ATT: the restaurant is open again since Oct 1st, 2008.!
    Don't forget to reserve your table in advance !

    Puglia, Waehringerstrasse 170a
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    Il Monello: Neighbourhood Pizzeria

    by gordonilla Updated Apr 4, 2011

    The restaurant offers a mix of Italian and mexican speciality items. It offered our group (9 people) wonderful food and service. Staff were friendly and professional.

    Open Monday - Saturday 11.30 to 22.00

    Favorite Dish: Insalata Mista (Gemischter Salat) and Beef Fajitas

    Il Monello PAG Meeting September 2006

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    Fast and Fresh Seafood: Nordsee

    by Aleyd Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Nordsee is a chain of restaurants that has a large variety of uncooked and cooked seafood.

    For about E$8.00-10.00 you can get a crumbed fish and salad meal.

    They have a wide variety of fish and side dishes available.

    Family friendly environment.

    Favorite Dish: I loved the fish meals that included fresh salads and salad dressing. Always so fresh.

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    Die Wienerin

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    We stopped at Die Wienerin to grab a drink and warm up for a few hours. I had 2 Edelweiss Hefebiers and Laura has one gluhwein for a total bill od 11.10 EUR.

    This seemed to be a very nice restaurant with many local specialties at a good price for the location. For example, schnitzel was less than 10 EUR, soups were around 2.5 EUR and the most expensive steak was only 14 EUR.

    Laura enjoying gluhwein at Die Wienerin
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    Centimeter II

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Spittelburg has old-style cobblestone streets and is known for its galleries, theaters, arts and restaurants. We also heard Spittelburg was another top nightlife area of Vienna, so we decided to head to this area for dinner on our second evening in town. We wandered around several streets and didn't see much life of any kind, probably because it was early February.

    Finally, we swung by Centimeter II and this large restaurant and bar was packed full of people! We entered and ordered a large .5 Liter stein of local beer, then realized many of the dishes in the menu could be ordered by length, hence the name! We started with the bread and three cheeses (brot mit drei kase) at 20 centimeters for 3 EUR. For our main courses we had the Berner Wurstel for 6.5 EUR (basically sausages wrapped in bacon with fries) and the Holzhackertelle (wood chopper's plate) which is a mix of meats, cheeses, and vegetables for 7 EUR.

    Dinner at Centimeter II
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  • Wein & Co: Just a snack and wine.

    by jonbarb709 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Day, night, eat, drink, buy wine, its all here and what a fantastic place. This wine bar was located only a couple of blocks from our hotel, so it made it a great stop anytime we were in the area. Besides sandwiches and wine, it had a complete wine selection for sale. You could also buy a bottle of wine and then have it served at your table for a slight charge. And whatever you bought on the snack and wine drinking side you would get a discount on the wine for sale by the bottle side. What a great deal. The people were friendly and helpful. All kinds of wines available for your drinking or just tasting pleasure. Never bought an eighth of a glass of wine before. Warm, friendly, reasonable prices. Went there about 3 imes in a 4 day span. Loved it.

    Favorite Dish: Tried several different wines, just had a small sandwich.

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    Kunsthaus Bar and Restaurant: Great Cuisine in the Kunsthaus Museum

    by mydreamquest Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Whilst in Vienna, my best lunch was the one I had in the Kunsthaus Museum. The Kunsthaus is a museum architecturally designed by and dedicated to the great modern eccentric artist: Hundertwasser.

    Everything I ate here was flavorful.

    The environment was great, natural, filled with life and whimsical yet very structured in a natural sense. The food was great and the coffee was superb.

    Favorite Dish: Everything was great.

    The Cooks in Action Enjoying Myself at Lunchtime at Kunsthaus A Sample of Dishes at Kunsthaus
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    KunstHausWien Restaurant: FOOD FOR THOUGHT - EAT IN THE MUSEUM!

    by themajor Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    If you are keen to hunt down Hundertwasser, it makes all the difference if you can tick off the essential sights the right way round. As his Spittelau power station is a little further afield, the two sites in central Vienna that you'll definately want to visit are Hunderwasser Haus and the KunstHaus Wien. If you are intending to rest at some point for food and drink, take my advice and visit them in that order. For whilst the flats have spawned a somewhat tacky arcade of shops opposite (they have the quirky Modern Art toilet though!), the museum that is the latter has a lovely café/restaurant.

    For the KunstHausWien Restaurant was the scene of our family Christmas lunch in 2004, and very nice it was too. A good variety of bistro type dishes in a lovely setting...well, lovely to all except those with a severe allergy to poinsettias! All in all, a grand way to finish off a heavy spate of sightseeing - and it's open from 10am to 11am!

    Favorite Dish: The chicken dishes we had were excellent as were the salads. The side order of humble chips were particularly comforting on what I recall was a freezing cold day!

    DESIGNER DINERS!
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