The best from the region

Restaurants with local specialities

Local, sustainable, organic – this philosophy is very much alive in these restaurants. The suppliers and products are carefully selected and come from Austria.


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    Die Burgermacher

    A burger shop with a difference: the meat comes from organic farmers, the burger bread is made according to a special recipe at a well-known bakery. Everything which can be home-made is homemade. The fries are home-made, the mayonnaise is hand-mixed and the ketchup is produced according to shop's own recipe.

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    Artner am Franziskanerplatz

    The furnishings reveal what Artner am Franziskanerplatz is all about: pictures of cattle and co show where the meat on the plate comes from. Here is the eye on quality and the motto of the house "Wir sind Feuer und Flamme für Steaks" ("We are passionate about steaks" is really lived up to. A particularly fitting accompaniment to the excellent steaks is the Artner "house" wine.

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    Blue Orange

    Blue Orange offers bagels and flatbread in all possible variations. The bagels not only taste great, but are completely organic and locally produced. Eggs, sausages and bread are all sourced from selected Austrian suppliers. The Fairtrade coffee is sourced from vis-à-vis: the Kaffeerösterei Alt Wien.

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Vegetarian and vegan restaurants

Nearly every district in Vienna has its own meatless restaurants. Whether vegan burger, cakes or vegetarian Viennese cuisine, there is also something for the meatless gourmet.


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