Very good food and service. Recommended. Loved the dumplings. Good wine list. Friendly service. Easy to get to.
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Went there with my husband for lunch. We are both vegan and enjoyed all the many options this place had. My hubby had a Hollerei burger which was simply awesome. I had the Red Thai Curry. I've had better ones but it wasn't bad. Service...More
Went here for my Husband's birthday. The food was amazing. Our server was delightful and very helpful. The meal was presented beautifully and was a delight to the tastebuds. Being vegan we were happy to have such a wonderful meal . Definitely great value.
We stopped here for dinner after visiting the Schoenbrunn Palace (which is one underground stop from the restaurant), and had a very pleasant experience. The service was excellent; Hollerei is friendly to non-German speakers, and happy to adapt to your needs. We started with home-made...More
This place was a great find in Vienna. We were visiting the nearby castle and I stopped here for lunch afterwards. The small garden is a very relaxing, green spot to chill in and have some great food and/or cocktails. The whole place has a...More
Stopped by for lunch after a visit to nearby attractions. Nice place in an unattractive neighborhood. The interior is nicely decorated with lots of art, but we sat in the pleasant outdoor seating. Service was very good, and we both had a nice vegetarian meal...More
We were surprised to find such a quality restaurant in Vienna's 15th district, just a 5 minute walk from the U4 station "Meidling Hauptstrasse": tastefully wood-paneled interior, unobtrusively presented pieces of fine modern paintings, flexible table configurations to accommodate parties of different sizes. At Sunday...More
I had dinner here one night while in Vienna on business, as it was only a short walk from my hotel. The restaurant is located on a side street in a less-than-exciting part of Vienna. I was promptly greeted by the friendly server who tolerated...More
Went here on a recommendation, and found it to be the opposite of the neighbourhood it's located in. Warm, friendly atmosphere (nothing chic - just very down-to-earth), and the food wonderfully prepared and served. Hollerei is one of those places that make you feel as...More