Culinary delights of the Viennese kind

Fine Viennese cuisine for a business lunch

A selection of the best Viennese restaurants which offer excellent lunch menus.

Wien

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    Paul

     
     
    Paul is a very young restaurant on Vienna's gastro scene. Named after the owner's stepson, the new restaurant is located in the first district in Johannesgasse. It consists of a bar where open sandwiches with specially created spreads or smoked bacon are served. In the restaurant on the first floor traditional Austrian cuisine - although sometimes a little bit playful - is served.
     
     
     
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    Gasthaus Pöschl

    Gasthaus Pöschl on Franziskanerplatz is run by the Austrian actor, Hanno Pöschl. This is just the right place for anyone who loves Viennese cuisine or would like to discover it. The restaurant is also ideal for business meetings. Some people even say that Pöschl serves the best schnitzel in the city. 

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    Artner

    Vineyard, wine tavern and restaurant - Artner makes everything possible. With two restaurants - on Franziskanerplatz and the district of Wieden, a vineyard and a wine tavern, it is definitely worth paying the family business a visit. Quality is of prime importance. All products are produced in the region. Just right for a relaxed meal with friends or business partners. 

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    Das Kolin

    Situated not far from the Votivepark, the Kolin shines in hip and stylish splendour. For people who haven't got much time for lunch, this place is very popular from 11.30 am to 2.00 pm - perfect for a business lunch orfor a taste of the region in between. Specially created cocktails, such as the Mezcal Mule, Cardamon Espresso Martini or the Caibeerinha, can be enjoyed here in the evening.

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    Salonplafond

    In Vienna's MAK two very special people came together in 2015. The star German chef Tim Mäzer and Peter Eichberger opened the Salonplafond together. Here open sandwiches in all different varieties are served.  Toasted sourdough bread with beef tartate, buffalo mozzarella and much more can be enjoyed here.

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