On my trip through Vienna I had many culinary highlight.
I recommend to eat cake (maybe original Sacher-Torte or their stunning apple strudel….) and drink a Sacher Coffee….with apricot liqueur and whipped cream at the Restaurant Sacher.
The culinary specialities in this city are endless…..from Tafelspitz to Topfennockerln and of course the great art of making Wiener Schnitzel that reach over the edge of your plate. Here are my Wiener Schnitzel favorites from Vienna:
Famous “Figlmüller” serves his Schnitzel traditionally with “Erdäpfelvogerl-Salat” which is a Potato-field-salad with a sweet touch.
“Schloss Concordia” is not right in the center, but a must if you’re a Schnitzel Fan. The perfect place to eat, when it’s weather to sit inside. The rustic ambiance is one of a kind, with wooden floors and tables and the light only coming from candles. As it is right next to the central cemetery, where you can find the graves of Beethoven, Brahms, Strauss etc. you can also go for a walk there before you enjoy dinner at Concordia.
They do have the traditional Wiener Schnitzel, but even more interesting are their Schnitzel Wraps filled with delicious combinations, usually served with salads and cranberry sauce.
My last Wiener Schnitzel-recommendation is from the “Weibel’s Wirtshaus”. Delicious austrian food! Very nice to sit outside or inside and the Schnitzel is so heavenly! What more can i say!
The Wiener Schnitzels I make aren’t as large or thin as the ones they serve in Vienna, but they are definitely as tasteful. You can find my Recipe under “Meats”