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Aanbevelingen van locals voor de beste restaurants

Restaurant
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“great atmosphere on a boat-like building with the view on the Donaukanal.. tasty food.. great for brunching too! ”
  • Door 144 locals aangeraden
Austrian Restaurant
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“One of the most famous Wiener Schnitzel restaurants. It is always crowded. but normally it is possible to get a table in 15-20. Distance: 24 minutes with U3”
  • Door 73 locals aangeraden
Austrian Restaurant
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“little expensive, but worth it! viennese dishes, mainly meat. not as touristic like other schnitzel places.”
  • Door 98 locals aangeraden
Beer Garden
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“Great Austrian food located in the heart of the Vienna Prater. Make sure you try the “Stelze!” (pork knuckles)”
  • Door 88 locals aangeraden
Pizzatent
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“Pizza Mari is so close, I still cry about it sometimes. It's a female-run establishment with (in my humble and honest opinion) the best pizza in town. Nuff said. ”
  • Door 87 locals aangeraden
Japanese Restaurant
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“Excellent Japanese Cuisine (reserve to get a seat for dinner or come for lunch)”
  • Door 102 locals aangeraden
Bar
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“ Das LOFT is set on the 18th floor of SO/ Vienna. Sweeping glass windows offer an unbelievable view. ”
  • Door 64 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
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“ good restaurant directly in the park. perfect to chill and have good bite during the warm days.”
  • Door 46 locals aangeraden
Bakkerij
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“ Favorite place to have a brunch on weekends, delicious food, amazing bread and great service!”
  • Door 52 locals aangeraden
Café
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“Try Cafe Hawelka: Delicious Buchteln These pull-apart rolls were once baked with lottery tickets in the center. In Austria, pull-apart rolls known as buchteln often house a dollop of plum or apricot preserves. But throughout history, bakers have studded the center of these brioche-like buns with various ingredients, from squares of chocolate to poppyseed paste to lottery tickets. During the Biedermeier era of the 19th century, a time during which Europe’s middle class expanded considerably, buchteln were referred to as “lotteries” because of their play-to-win filling. Though the yeasty treat originated in the Bohemia region of Czechia, today, Austrians consider the warm, fruit-filled style—often served fresh from the oven—a local classic. Bakers press jam in the middle, then place the dough side-by-side to create the finished bread’s pull-apart effect. Home cooks also turn plain, unfilled buchteln into a decadent dessert by serving them in a pool of vanilla cream. The fluffy rolls absorb whatever sauce they touch, so it’s best to avoid attempting this style with the ticket-filled version. ”
  • Door 47 locals aangeraden
Austrian Restaurant
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“Typical Viennese food but also other styles, nice atmosphere, decent prices. Childrenfriendly :-)”
  • Door 62 locals aangeraden
Czech Restaurant
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“THIS IS OUR #1 RECOMMENDATION IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD: One of my absolute favorites in the neighborhood. Fantastic Bohemian-Austrian cuisine in an authentic, old wodden, charming environment.”
  • Door 45 locals aangeraden
Caucasian Restaurant
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“Mediterranean food. Great outdoor seating in summer. Offers breakfast as well.”
  • Door 47 locals aangeraden
Café
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“One of the most famous coffe houses in Vienna. Obviously you have to try the Sacher cake. Expect a lot of tourists and some queuing to get a table! Distance: 20 minutes with public transport.”
  • Door 24 locals aangeraden
Cocktailbar
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“this bar-restaurant is on the roof top of the building with the great view on Stephansdom”
  • Door 27 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
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“Take a seat outside and enjoy a nice afternoon coffee or drink for some of the best people watching. This is a place to be seen!”
  • Door 25 locals aangeraden