Eat in Vienna
Planning to enjoy your culinary experience outside of the Reed Messe Wien Congress Center? Vienna has plenty to offer. You will find the typical Austrian cuisines, such as Schweinsbraten, Knödeln, and Kraut,* but with a little exploring, you will find much more to please an international palate.
A new generation of chefs has developed Neue Wiener Küche, or New Vienna Cuisine, filling a need for change, with dishes like fish soup with red curry. Chefs from around the world have been welcomed into Viennese kitchens to give exotic twists to traditional carb-loaded meals.
Tips: reservations are a good idea, and generally Viennese dress-up in public. Check ahead for smoking standards, as small cafes may not have separate spaces for nonsmokers.
Below are some examples of restaurants you may want to treat yourself to while in Vienna, all top-rated in their category. Please consult your favorite travel guide or online resource for current details, along with links provided in the names below.
First District Inner City
DO & CO Albertina: Contemporary. Average main: €19
Zum Schwarzen Kameel: Austrian. Average main: €30
Gasthaus Pöschl: Tavern. Average main: €25
Zum Finsteren Stern: Contemporary Austrian. Average main: €25
Skopik & Lohn: Mediterranean/Austrian. Average main: €20
Konstantin Filippou: haute cuisine. Average main: splurge
Park and Karlsplatz
Steirereck: Austrian. Average main: €45
West of the Ringstrasse: Parliament and City Hall
Restaurant Edvard: International. Average main: €35
Naschmarkt Fourth District
Café Do-An:Turkish café. Average main: €15
* Pork, dumplings, and cabbage
Sitting at an outdoor café in the summer is a favorite activity in Vienna. Enjoy your time before or after the conference with the locals, sipping a coffee while people-watching
Wienerschnitzel may be a staple meal, but today's Viennese chefs have also brought international flair to traditional foods. Whether you prefer old or contemporary recipes, you will enjoy the many options Vienna kitchens serve
Dining in Vienna
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