Viennese cuisine is the only kitchen in the world named after a city. And that has its reasons. As a capital of culinary enjoyment, visitors to Vienna will find countless culinary highlights. Traditional dishes such as Wiener Schnitzel or Tafelspitz and sweet enticements such as Kaiserschmarrn, which already inspired Franz Joseph, or Sachertorte can be found here.
However, Vienna offers much more than its own recipes. In the Heurigen, there are local wines with hearty meals in late summer, hip beach bars on the banks of the Danube give summer feeling and modern designer bars add to the flair of the city. If you want to enrich yourself outside the hotel buffet, you can look forward to a culinary journey of discovery.
The international cuisine is also represented in Vienna. Many Asian restaurants offer fresh food, but classic English breakfasts are also found in pubs and British cafés. In the French Quarter and near the university you can also look forward to buttery croissants.
Whether night owls or early risers – eating and drinking in Vienna is an experience in itself.