Near museum quarter. Good food. Good service. Nice atmosphere. Worth the money. No complain about it. Not in the local tour book and slightly away from Stephensplatz, so not crowded.
Hotel Topazz suggested this gem of a restaurant. Amarantis delivered on food, wine and service. I would strongly encourage people to try it out. The space is chic yet the food is not trendy. Try their special flat breads as an appetizer. Ours was the house special and was fantastic! The entrees are amazing with an excellent variety. We were... More
On our first day in Vienna, a chilly drizzle slowly became more and more persistent. There were a few tourist joints in the area, but we wanted to sit somewhere in peace. It was after 3, but the waiter at this restaurant said he could offer us a very few things....Several hours later we walked out happy. We started with... More
We only had lunch here, but we were very impressed. The Gazpacho was superb, the lazagna was well done (though I wish they had told us it was vegetarian lazagna), and the wine list was huge - a few reasonably priced bottles amidst some very rare items. And the dessert was one of the best we've had in Vienna, which... More
We enjoyed a brief, but delicious meal at this lovely restaurant in Vienna last night. We made reservations through our hotel and then we were late after our show at the English Theater ran long. Not only were they waiting for us (despite being nearly empty at 10:30pm on a Tuesday night), they were gracious and welcoming and never made... More
It is Italian. Is it really Italian? I dont know, but the cuisine is excellent, modern, creativ, light, internatioal, tasty and original. The Maitre de Cuisine is one of the best in Vienna and came from the Corso Restaurant. You can make your special orders. The service is superb, freindly and wll trained wiht a lot of knowledge related to... More
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