Went for an early dinner one evening before a concert. All of the tables were reserved, so it was a good thing we had a reservation, even for 17:00. Service was a bit slow, though we did manage to get out in time for our...More
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Was there with friends. We had a very nice dinner together with typical local/regional/national plates. Friendly and efficient personnel. Nice option to sit outside, protected from the street (from the wind and the passing people).
Set, as the name suggests, in the cellar of a large block, this restaurant provides a shabby and dingy but yet charming and traditional atmosphere for some great Viennese cooking for locals as well as tourists. Good, attentive service and delicious food at very reasonable...More
Even though the place was rammed they still found us a table. We can recommend the mushroom soup it's delicious. We had the filet steak in porterhouse sauce it was as good as it comes. Others had the beef Ghoulas again well cooked tasty food....More
This place was rammed, every table reserved, food is traditional Austrian and extremely tasty. Staff a little obnoxious but probably because they were so busy. Liver, wiener Schnitzel and the steak were all excellent.
Great traditional Viennese food and lovely atmosphere. Delicious local wine too. We enjoyed good gnocchi and goulash with potatoes. Service was friendly; prices very reasonable for lunch.
Essential to book at this very popular restaurant. Food is interesting and very good, and prices very reasonable. You can get an English menu. Staff very helpful.
Staying at a nearby hotel we decided to go for supper at the Gmoakeller. It was a noisy and crowded and a very big venue. The menus was typical Viennese. The Zwiebelrostbraten was fine and tasty and came with roasted potatoes but no vegetables other...More
If you are looking for a good food and preferring local food and wanting to try Austrian dishes this is a good place. Although the restaurant is not made in a high class well-furnished style, but It is I guess purposely given a typical traditional...More