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Top restaurant recommendations from locals

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“Located inside the Wien-City ferry terminal, with dazzling views of the Danube Canal, Motto am Fluss' restaurant serves Austro-international cuisine with quality organic meats, fish such as Donau trout, and vegetarian and vegan options. ”
  • 141 locals recommend
Austrian Restaurant
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“Order the special Tafelspitz is a typical food. I like it more than the world famous Schnitzel, is a must do in Vienna if you like meat. ”
  • 100 locals recommend
Japanese Restaurant
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“If you’re a foodie or a sushi lover you should definitely check out Mochi. It’s my personal favorite in Vienna. ”
  • 103 locals recommend
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)”
  • 88 locals recommend
Pizza Place
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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. ”
  • 87 locals recommend
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”
  • 72 locals recommend
Bar
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“ Das LOFT is set on the 18th floor of SO/ Vienna. Sweeping glass windows offer an unbelievable view. ”
  • 64 locals recommend
Austrian Restaurant
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“Typical Viennese food but also other styles, nice atmosphere, decent prices. Childrenfriendly :-)”
  • 60 locals recommend
Restaurant
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“ good restaurant directly in the park. perfect to chill and have good bite during the warm days.”
  • 46 locals recommend
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. ”
  • 44 locals recommend
Czech Restaurant
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“Tasty Bohemian Cuisine and beer in a very artsy atmosphere. The restaurant us located near Augarten, which is the home of the Wiener Sängerknaben. 30–40 minutes via subway U4 and U2.”
  • 46 locals recommend
Bakery
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“ Favorite place to have a brunch on weekends, delicious food, amazing bread and great service!”
  • 52 locals recommend
Caucasian Restaurant
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“Mediterranean food. Great outdoor seating in summer. Offers breakfast as well.”
  • 47 locals recommend
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“special place for meet eaters & art lovers – the painted ceiling is by a renown Austrian artist Otto Zitko. Fabulous steak and beef tartar. Wes Anderson and Tilda Swinton celebrated their birthday there in Nov 2018. ”
  • 50 locals recommend
Hotel
“The best rooftop bar in Vienna. The view is unique and so will be your night there. Bring some extra cash if you really want to enjoy it ;)”
  • 48 locals recommend
Austrian Restaurant
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“Traditional Viennese Kitchen since more than 100 years - get your Schnitzel. 10min by taxi.”
  • 38 locals recommend