April 30, 2019

Guide to Neighborhood Restaurants in Vienna

Discover Vienna's best neighborhood restaurants

In our first edition of the best neighborhood restaurants we started in Munich. In the second episode we take you to the city with the highest quality of living according to Mercer – Vienna. Discover our favorite neighborhood restaurants in Austria’s capital city.

A city with a long history, great architecture and delicious food. Vienna, the second largest German speaking city in the world, is divided in 23 districts. Each of the districts have specific characteristics in terms of culture and urbanity. Vienna is one of a few remaining capital cities in the world with its own vineyards. Due to the great conditions you can also find young and exciting wine makers in the near area of Vienna.

This edition covers nearly all sorts of cuisine types with focus on the Viennese cuisine.
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Wirtshaus Steirerstöckl, 1180 Vienna


Located outside of the bustle of the city in the 18th district of Vienna the traditional restaurant Steirerstoeckl is surrounded by nature. Trees and plants cover one of the most beautiful and peaceful terraces in Vienna. Find all kinds of Austrian classics on the menu like schnitzel, goulash or sugared pancakes.  You can even find a parking lot for cars a rare thing to find a in a big city.

Wetter, 1160 Vienna


Directly next to the lively Yppen market you find the small restaurant Wetter. An Italian restaurant with a minimalistic yet modern interior but really cozy atmosphere. Enjoy traditional and modernized Italian dishes with a high emphasis on good quality products. The menu is changing constantly due to seasonality. Saturday during lunch time Raetus Wetter is cooking some really classic Italian dishes.



Mochi Ramen Bar, 1020 Vienna


Another great restaurant from the Mochi founders of Edi Dimand and Tobi Mueller. Mochi Ramen Bar is their interpretation of a Japanese noodle bar. They are serving three different broths as a basis for the ramen. You can choose between  chicken, pork and mushroom. Moreover, all they ingredients for the ramen soup are made in house. In addition to the ramen you also find dishes like gyoza, chicken wings or tasty desserts. There is no possibility to book a table in advance. However, the wait is worth the while.

Heuriger Zimmermann, 1190 Vienna


Heuriger Zimmerman is one of many “heuriger” in Vienna. A heuriger is an Austrian tavern where wine producers serve their wine alongside traditional food. A heuriger is known for the cosiness and tranquility. On the menu you can find all sorts of Austrian dishes and a selection of wine. The interior is minimalistic and traditional.

Beaulieu,1010 Vienna


Arguably Vienna’s cosiest French Bistro. On the menu you can find French bistro classics like Croque Monsieur or Quiche. In addition to the restaurant Beaulieu also has a small grocery shop within the restaurant where you can produce they also serve in the restaurant like French wine, patisserie or kitchen essentials. The interior couldn’t be more French in the most positive way. The place is always packed so make sure to get a table in advance especially if you come during peak hours.

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Gasthaus Woracziczky, 1050 Vienna


Woracziczky is a traditional Viennese restaurant in the 1050 Vienna. The menu features a great selection of Viennese classics and offals. The atmosphere in this rather small restaurant is welcoming and cozy. Woracziczky has also a changing lunch menu with lovely Viennese dishes.



Charlie P’s, 1090 Vienna


Sometimes all you want is some comfort food. Indeed, there are not many places in Vienna that execute comfort food like the Charlie P’s team. Their burger and fish and chips are extraordinarily delicious. And the atmosphere couldn’t be more relaxed. Charlie P’s is a traditional Irish pub with a separated  dining room in the same building. As it should be for a great Irish Pub, this place also has an excellent beer selection.

In our next episode we will take you back to Germany. Feel free to send us a text on our social media channels if you feel that we have to feature your favorite neighborhood restaurant.