The Resturant is lovely inside and very warm and friendly . The menu is extensive . I had the tomato soup which is very good. It is thick and savory with fresh tomatoes and bread. The pasta with veal is wonderful. My bride had ravioli...More
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entering the premises it was clear that it would not be a cheap treat. And I mean it in a positive way. We were there after a concert with our daughter. The waiters were friendly, maybe a bit peculiar, yet quite funny. And they had...More
The restaurant is so close to St.Stephen Church, it's a quite Italian style restaurant with polite service. The texture of grilled octopus is very good and delicious which is recommended . Risotto is creamy, good taste. But, Tiramisu is nothing especially.
We had previously visited the Antinori restaurant in Florence, so we were happy to dine here. Nice wine selection and our meals were very good. The waiter was a bit surly at first, and we are not sure why, but he warmed in the end....More
Yes, this restaurant might be a little expensive, but the food is excellent, and the wines belong to the best you can find. Above all: within half a minute - walk you have reached the very center of Vienna, the Stephansplatz.
Located in a nice area of Vienna, within walking distance of the Schwedenplatz, we came upon Cantinetta Antinori seeking an alternative from the endless number of restaurants serving Austrian food. What a lovely surprise! There is street-side patio dining. The food and wine choices are...More
We had a lovely lunch in this restaurant. Real pure Italian food with very attentive service. The truffle dishes are outstanding, my daughters loved the pasta with veal ragu. When I read the menu I found it quite expensive for just a lunch, but I...More
First off we love Italian cuisine. This was a great Italian restaurant in Vienna. Black truffles were in season and we took advantage of that. The server brings out a large black truffle and -loves it on a small scale, weighs it. The he shaves...More
What a welcome respite in Vienna's tourist area near St. Stephen Cathedral. Perhaps a step behind their sister restaurant in Florence, but superb Italian fare in a town where you don't expect to find it. Expensive, but so worth it.