Nice German restaurant, the sausages inside are very good, the thick soup is also delicious, a little bit French, the taste of steak is also first-class, the dessert after the meal is good, the cake is very loose.
The shop we ran into by the road had a nice view and was really suitable for taking pictures. I still envied the classmates who can live in Europe. They are not busy at work every day. Just have a nice coffee chat.
Near the Vienna Central Railway Station [Goldegg] is a more authentic Austrian street restaurant where locals are dining. The decoration is very old and many of the equipment looks like antiques. The food prices are very real, and one person can eat about 10 Euros. The waiters are all elderly aunts, but the makeup is very beautiful, without the feeling of an aunt. They politely introduced the characteristics of the restaurant’s dishes and recommended dishes. The chef’s Japanese beef soup is delicious, and the beef flavor of the soup is very strong. The sausages of this restaurant are better than those of the expensive restaurants before. The key is that the seasoning sauce makes the intestines more pungent. Stewed veal. When I visited Schönbrunn Palace, I heard that Sissi’s husband, Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph I, liked beef stew the most, so I ordered it immediately. The beef stew is very tasty. There are beef tendons in the meat, with thick collagen and sweet beef gravy. The staple food is potato and egg wedges. This dish is incredibly delicious.
We were walking around the neighborhood and decided to stop in for coffee. We also had strudel with vanilla sauce. Heavenly! This cafe seems untouched by time, going back to the Art Nouveau in Vienna. Highly recommend--nice break after the Belvedere.
This place is really old school, don't think they have changed in 50 years. Surprised it was opened on Sunday. Typically slow Viennese service--10 minutes for them to get you a menu, 10 minutes before they come back to take order, 10 minutes for food, 20 minutes for the check. Take your time to enjoy the ambience. Don't stress out the waiter.