Special "Schanigärten"

Exclusive locations with special cuisine. 


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    In the middle of Vienna's embassy district, you immediately feel like being on holiday in the city when entering this "Schanigarten". Because the Schanigarten is overflowing with baskets full of citrus fruits, romantic lanterns and candles. Perfect for a romantic dinner for two!

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    Salon Plafond

    Connected directly to the MAK, the Museum of Applied Arts, you can settle down in the Salon Plafond and forget the noise of the city for a few hours. So how about a visit to one of the exciting exhibitions and afterwards lunch in the garden of the restaurant?

    ©Anna Blau
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    The Mochi offers a mix of traditional Japanese and other international cuisine. The place is very popular and only has a few seats, so you should definitely book in advance for the evening!

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