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The restaurant in Vienna offers quite variety of dishes and have more vegetarian options. Credit cards aren’t quite as commonly used in restaurants in Vienna as in Northern European countries, so ask if it’s important to know before hand when you are using them regulations and trends related to items served at Restaurants. However, for Vienna’s street food you can enjoy traditional Viennese fast foods that are sausages in all shapes and sizes. Below are mentioned some of the famous restaurants in Vienna.

  • Esterházykeller:  Atmospheric old cellar restaurant that serves cheap, wine, beer, and simple traditional food. Its prices even are moderate and it is a place where a good place to go if you want to drink and grub, and rather want to enjoy and there have a local color.
  • Kent cafe restaurant: This greasy kebab joint has a large garden and huge restaurant that serves moderately priced food with an infinite supply of free Turkish bread. It is good for veggies and meat eaters alike. One should even try up Turkish breakfast there.
  • Maschu Maschu 1: This restaurant is nice for vegetarians as well as meat eaters alike. Maschu Maschu is an Israeli fast food joint that serves some of the best falafel in the world. One can enjoy healthy and gut busting falafel and beer that sets you up for the day.
  • Maschu Maschu: Situated close to Neubaugasse under ground station is the other Maschu 2 and is trendy hang out place in the art student area of the city, and has its own unique vibe and tradition.
  • Schnitzelwirt Schmidt: Shown in at every Vienna guidebook and for good reason. It provides traditional Viennese food that is good and is provided in truly prodigious portions, and in fairly cheap prices.  The Bauernschmaus is a nearly incapacitatingly large schnitzel plate, which provides with wonderful on-tap beers as may necessitate an afternoon nap.
  • Akakiko: Situated on the branch on Singerstrasse, just off the Graben has ideal location for visitors and is in non-smoking zone. It is an informal and popular place serving authentic, reasonably priced Japanese and Korean dishes. Its menu also serves vegetarian section. Its waiters provide efficient services.
  • Brezl-Gwölb: It is a very good restaurant that has cellar as old as from the 17th century and its furniture contains part from around three centuries. This is a place that correctly deserves the label “gemütlich”. The restaurant also play classical music and it sometimes serve unique and extraordinary dishes.
  • Bio Bar von Antun: It is a very and elegant organic vegetarian and vegan restaurant and bar with colourful decor. It is best spot for anyone looking for sample traditional Viennese food like Wiener Schnitzel. More you can enjoy organic beers and wines over there.

Cafés in Vienna

Vienna’s Kaffeehäuser (coffee houses) are known around the world for their exceptional   grandness and the lively coffee house culture. If you are missing coffee houses in Vienna then you are leaving yourself away from the very big part of Viennese culture.  In the city you can visit around innumerable traditional baroque 19th or funky 20th century coffee houses where you can sit down, relax, and enjoy refreshments. Most of the cafes also serve beer, wine and liqueurs. There more also serves meals, prominently at lunch though one can get them cheaper at restaurants. Getting a Café in Vienna is very simple, most of the coffee houses in Vienna are situated around the Ring Road and main streets of the Innere Stadt for a rather cozier and less formal coffee sipping style of seventies and eighties.

  • Hawelka, Café: Hardly 100 meters away from the Stephansdom, hidden in a side street, it is one of the most famous “intellectual” cafes in Vienna. It was founded in 1939. It is surprisingly cheap for its situation and its location even make its fame and person get cozy there on. Josephine Hawelka is also famous for arranging wedding and marriage parties.
  • Demel: As for enjoying pastries in Vienna, you can have them anywhere in the city.  And Demel is known to be for having the best of all and once was the pastry supplier to imperial families. Therefore, it is being seemed most of the times jammed with tourists though its windows can be seen even from the street.  Outdoor seating, there is allowed even in warm weather, but it from inside is more atmospheric.
  • Kleines café: As according to its name this café is rather small and was constructed by architect Hermann Czech during the 1970s for notable Austrian actor Hanno Pöschl, who still is its owner. This is a popular meeting place for artists and actors that enjoy excellent location in a quite square inside the city.    The few seats are generally occupied however are hang around and are been vacated regularly.
  • Cafe-Museum: It was designed in Vienna by famous architect Adolf Loos, though its interior has completely been entirely refitted. It serves food as well as coffee, teas, and other drinks. Casual, quiet atmosphere; good non-smoking section.
  • Cafe Central: This is one of the most famous Vienna coffee houses, that is renovated recently. It is designed with aesthetics for tourists and is a bit expensive for having a meal. Yet one should not forget to have coffee here. More you can enjoy here piano while sipping your cup of coffee.

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