Getting ready for a weekend in the Imperial City? If you are on a budget but still want to enjoy some delicious food, Dr. Foodle has the best choices for you!
If you are looking for some youth and cheerful spirit in a relaxed atmosphere, Tunnel is a great option for you. A huge menu with local and other delicacies awaits you along with live music by local bands.
Main dishes may be as low as €5.
Don’t let its complicated name scare you; this is a historical restaurant that has been running since 1683, named after the noble family Esterhazy. A uniquely warm and welcoming atmosphere where you‘ll enjoy lots and lots of meat cooked and served in traditional Austrian ways. There’s always the classic schnitzel and apple strudel to try as well!
Main dishes start from about €6.
This is Vienna’s biggest and most popular market, a must destination for foodies. If you are in for some tasting or want to organize a picnic in the city with fresh and tasty food, this is the place to start from. You can buy anything from here, from herbs to freshly made ravioli. If you are for a more comfy experience, you can visit Neni restaurant in the same square, serving delicious Middle Eastern dishes.
Main dishes cost about €10.
Well, many consider Vienna as the city of schnitzel, and many consider Schnitzelwirt as the best schnitzel one can find in Vienna! Huge but delicious servings at budget prices. Schnitzel with garlic is said to be one of their specialties. It is wise to pre-book since there’s a high chance it will be full if you try visiting without a reservation.
Schnitzels range from €7.