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Vienna is not short of great restaurants
Your taste buds have arrived at the promised land
How can you taste the world? It’s easy! Just head to Hotel Drei Kronen, it’s right on the doorstep of a vast world of culinary delights. After all, Freihausviertel and Naschmarkt, the two liveliest gastro areas in Vienna, are only a few steps away. Fancy heading to a cosy Viennese pub? Or is tasteful, Mediterranean cuisine more your thing? Got a craving for some mouth-watering sushi? Or would you like to get to know one of the best fish restaurants in the city?
Your taste buds will be spoiled for choice at Naschmarkt and Freihausviertel. And of course you don’t have to go far to find a “good glass of wine” or a cocktail to round off an enjoyable evening.
The Naschmarkt market
Good food with an atmosphere
It's not only Vienna's most famous market, but is simply Eldorado for anyone in need of a light bite or a hearty meal. Take a stroll through the Naschmarkt!
Pinsa Romana, the original form of pizza, served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The oval, crispy sourdough is served in the classic way or with special Viennese delicacies.
Sekt bar and shop
Because there is always something to toast. Here you can sample or purchase sparkling wine and frizzante from Burgenland. If you want, you can also sit in and enjoy those delicacies from the Naschmarkt with a good glass of wine.
Pub meets artist bar
The Anzengruber is all-in-one: pub, café, bar, restaurant. The crowds that gather here are just as diverse.
to the opera
Sophisticated Viennese cuisine. Plachutta can cook up much more than just boiled beef. Located right next to the State Opera.
Bistro á la surprise
This is a fine, relaxed bistro for francophiles. Here, the Savoir Vivre can be found both on your plate and in your glass.
Mama Liu & Sons
Chinese in a different way
What many consider the best restaurant in Vienna for a hot pot or dumpling. However, the art of making the perfect cocktail is also mastered here.
Otto & Mezzo
Romans in Vienna
It's a small, fine Italian restaurant in the Schleifmühlgasse. It serves typical Roman cuisine, from pizza to pasta to fine fish dishes.