Vienna on Demand – April 2017
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Yummyaki – Takeaway 1060
As part of the ra’mien-ShanghaiTan group, Yummyaki has been a welcome addition to the homemade Asian food landscape in Vienna since opening in 2013. If you’re craving Japanese-style curry or gyoza, you should give this place a try. They also serve hand-pulled noodles and a variety of yaki skewers.
6., Otto-Bauer-Gasse 27
Bros. Pizza – Takeaway 1070
The owners of Bros. Pizza are taking a new approach to everybody’s favorite pie. While staying true to most traditional methods, they’re mixing it up with a unique sourdough crust, making a healthier alternative for pizza lovers. Toppings are seasonal or traditional Italian.
7., Zollergasse 2
SNEAK IN – Café/Bar/Concept Store 1070
An ingenious hybrid of café, bar and fashion concept store, Sneak In offers a new experience for Vienna’s fashionistas. Customers can enjoy food and drinks while browsing selected high-quality sneaker brands. They also serve breakfast on Saturday and brunch on Sunday from 10:00 to 15:00. Reservations are recommended on Sunday.
7., Siebensterngasse 12
B.Lounge – Hair Salon 1010
Looking for a high-end hairdresser in Vienna’s 1st district? Look no further than b.lounge. With Italian hairdresser Angelo Palladino as the salon’s new creative director, the team offers anything you can think of and more. They also sell a variety of cosmetics and care products.
1., Hegelgasse 17
Shakespeare & Company – Bookstore 1010
Located in Vienna’s gorgeous historic center, Shakespeare & Company booksellers is tucked behind the old Ruprechtskriche in a cobblestone alley. Every English-speaking bookworm should pay this cozy bookshop a visit. Inside, you will find classics and contemporary literature alike. Anything that’s out of stock, they will gladly order for you.
1., Sterngasse 2
Harvest Bistrot – Café 1020
Your body is a temple – so treat it at Harvest. The bistrot serves strictly vegan and organic cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. For lunch, they offer a healthy daily buffet, à la carte breakfast and brunch on weekends and holidays. Call ahead for a table.
Sat, Sun Holidays 10:00-18:00
2., Karmeliterplatz 1
Max & Benito – Restaurant & takeaway 1070
If you’re craving Cal Mex, drop by Max & Benito’s! Both of their locations in the 1st and 7th districts serve authentic tacos, burritos and other treats, with their new place on Mariahilfer Straße boasting even more space for burrito therapy.
7., Mariahilfer Straße 4
Ra’mien – Restaurant 1060
If you’re yearning for simple-and-delicious while on a shopping spree on the Mariahilfer Straße, stop by Ra’mien for some of theri legendary flying noodles. Other treats include the traditional Vietnamese pho and plethora of rice bowls; all served with fresh herbs and meat or greens of your choice.
6., Gumpendorfer Straße 9
Lisboa Lounge – Restaurant 1040
Lisboa Lounge Dine & Wine is your Portuguese Bistro in Vienna. Offering a range of authentic Portuguese cuisine and wines, worth a visit every day of the week. Occasionally you’ll also be able to enjoy an after dinner Bossa Nova or Fado concert in the basement.
Mon-Fri 11:00-24:00; kitchen until 22:00
tapas until 24:00, Sat, 18:00-24:00.
4., Mühlgasse 20
Jonas Reindl – Café 1090
A must for coffee lovers, Jonas Reindl ventures outside Vienna for its ingredients. Whether coffee, beer or freshly baked pastries, the owners are determined to bring exceptional quality to their guests.
Mon-Fri, 7:30-22:00, Sat, 9:30-22:00,
9., Währinger Straße 2-4
Palmenhaus – Restaurant 1010
With a view of the Burggarten, this sophisticated brasserie offers a little something for every palate. Aside from Mediterranean dishes and homemade nougat cream and ginger sherbet, you’ll get classics like Wienerschnitzel. The intimate bar surrounded by tropical trees is warm in winter and refreshing in summer.
Sat 9:00-24:00, Sun 9:00-23:00
1., Burggarten 1
Miss Maki – Takeaway 1010
Anna Kleindienst’s innovative creations fuse traditional Japanese cuisine with local all-time favorites. An old-style rice desert, Mochi, is transformed into a delicious plum and poppy seed morsel. Guests can design a poké bowl or a sushi-burrito to their heart’s content.
1.Neuer Markt 8A
Hard Rock Cafe – Restaurant 1010
If you’re craving an American Breakfast, a Full English Breakfast, French toast, pancakes, Eggs Tostada, and a great Bloody Mary, come to the Hard Rock Cafe Vienna.
Breakfast served Saturdays & Sundays, 9:30am – 11:30am.
Mon-Thu, 9:30-1:00, Fri-Sun 9:30-2:00
1., Rotenturmstraße 25