Near the St. Stephen’s Cathedral in Vienna, less than ten minutes’ walk away, there is a statue of the first person in German type printing, and several old restaurants. The hotel facilities are very old and the food is not very good, but Austrians like it.
Next to the Stephen's Cathedral, the Golden Hall is only more than ten minutes away. At the door stands a statue of the first person in German type printing, whose name is forgotten. Closer to home, his dishes are so honest, chicken wings are not as good as KFC's, and desserts are also average, not recommended.
A move✈️ came to Vienna. Without the Mediterranean sun, meat must be used to supplement energy! For the first meal, we choose a highly rated local gourmet restaurant! Of course, in addition to the more delicious tonkatsu, I also ate a hot ice cream dessert. Yes, the ice cream is hot~
I came to a century-old restaurant in Vienna, a hundred-year-old veal steak, known as the best Vienna veal steak restaurant! ! Lugeck | Figlmuller Wien, Address: Wollzeile 5, Vienna 1010, Austria Wiener Schnitzel (Wiener Schnitzel) is cooked by almost every family in Austria. It is a dish served in every restaurant. General Radecki, famous for his march, brought it back from Milan The most classic way of cooking is to squeeze fresh lemon juice with jam. The staple food can be served with boiled potatoes, French fries, or rice. According to legend, this Viennese tonkatsu is the favorite delicacy of the former king of Austria and the lover of Princess Sissi. This dish can now be eaten at royal banquets. In terms of taste, this Viennese-style tonkatsu is completely different from Japanese style. Although it is not as crispy as the Japanese style, it also has a melt-in-the-mouth feeling, leaving a fragrance on the lips and teeth. However, some people may not accept the way of eating schnitzel with jam. I think it is good. The sweetness and sourness of jam just relieves the greasiness of tonkatsu. But if you can't accept jam, it is also a good choice to eat with lemon juice.
Don't miss the traditional Austrian cuisine of Figlmüller in Vienna~ Not far from St. Stephen's Church, the old shop is closer and there are so many people. There is no appointment, the clerk enthusiastically informs that you can go to the new store to try. The new store is not sitting outside the store, the staff is younger overall, the service is good, Viennese tonkatsu and boiled beef must be ordered~