"Sunday Opening" Restaurants in Vienna

375 restaurants offering "Sunday Opening" in Vienna that are ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Classic & Traditional Cuisine Luxury / High End

What Juan Amador creates in the country's only three-star restaurant is a brilliant performance. The highest level in every dish, great new interpretations ("Ajoblanco" with oyster leaves).

Grinzinger Straße 86, 1190 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Despite the top quality of the food and drink, the atmosphere in this wine bistro is relaxed. Matthias Pitra and Steve Breitzke are true wine connoisseurs, while Lukas Lacina provides unpretentious cuisine.

Porzellangasse 53, 1090 Vienna, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Roman Artner shows what he can do in Hernals. And that's a lot: the classics - Bröselkarfiol! (breadcrumbed cauliflower) - taste as they should, the modern interpretations are surprising without being overwhelming. Wirtshaus 2.0!

Dornbacher Straße 123, 1170 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

There are plenty of gastronomic delights on offer at these beautiful premises: hand-cut tartare, steaks grilled on the lava stone, perfectly fresh seafood and desserts from the in-house patisserie.

Bognergasse 4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Juicy and perfectly cooked cuts land on your plate. The meat is of the highest quality: Wagyu, Chateaubriand or bison. Oysters and caviar make a worthy entrée, with cheesecake as the finale.

Schubertring 5–7, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

The daily dose of Italianità is already available at lunchtime, and with the large menu in the evening, even more Sicilian greetings from the kitchen arrive: Aranzini as a starter, parmigiana and superb pasta await.

Schubertring 5–7, 1010 Vienna, Austria

Seilerstätte 19, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Ethnic Cuisine

The grandeur of the Florentine winegrowing aristocracy obliges! Outstanding risottos, truffle pasta and, of course, bistecca are celebrated here. And the cellar is a trademark anyway.

Jasomirgottstraße 3–5, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

The season reigns supreme in the kitchen of the beautiful glass house with its stylish interior. Their treasures are presented with a light hand and a lot of creativity, and the wine book is legendary anyway.

Coburgbastei 4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Restaurant evergreen in a privileged location. DO & CO's flagship restaurant is almost as famous in Vienna as St. Stephen's Cathedral opposite. A mix of Asian and Austrian dishes.

Stephansplatz 12, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

The Meierei offers Steirereck quality down to the smallest detail - from the fine breakfast to the multi-course evening menu. In a prime location in the city park, it has become one of the city's gastronomic hubs.

Am Heumarkt 2a/Im Stadtpark, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Luxury / High End

Thanks to oil paintings, crystal chandeliers and dark red damask, the view towards the opera makes you feel like you're back in imperial times. If it weren't for the Austrian cuisine in an exceptionally harmonious, modern interpretation.

Philharmonikerstraße 4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

It can be loud and wild, but always cosmopolitan and good. Pizza meets signature cauliflower from the oven, accompanied by Levantine-hearty spices that are best served to share.

Schottenfeldgasse 74, 1070 Vienna, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Anyone who only knows the - admittedly legendary - bread rolls is missing out on one of the best Viennese cuisines. Because whether it's veal wangerl or pancakes, the classics are alive and well here. The starter is set with leg ham.

Bognergasse 5, 1010 Vienna, Austria

Harald Brunner knows the local gastronomy and cuisine scene better than most, and you can taste this in his upscale tavern cuisine with clear Francophile influences. Fantastic guest garden!

Servitengasse 7, 1090 Vienna, Austria
Luxury / High End

Graceful ambience and high-quality cuisine worthy of the Sacher name. Austrian gastronomic classics are skilfully brought to the highest level. A vegetarian menu is also available.

Philharmonikerstraße 4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Twelve tasty cuts of beef - including cured tongue - are on offer at this address, which is rightly known as the "Home of Tafelspitz". Connoisseurs are bound to enjoy the unrivalled beef soup beforehand.

Auhofstraße 1, 1130 Vienna, Austria
Ethnic Cuisine

The excellent stone-oven pizzas are a great way to stave off hunger while strolling through the city centre. However, it would be a mistake to miss out on the antipasti and homemade pasta at patron Aki Nuredini's restaurant.

Annagasse 8–10, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Well-known flagship store of Wein & Co in a prime location. Solid kitchen performance with dishes such as Wiener schnitzel and steaks. But what goes above and beyond here is the wine selection - also by the glass!

Jasomirgottstraße 3–5, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Luxury is everywhere at the Hotel Imperial: Werner Pichlmaier transforms the best produce - from scallops to truffles and wagyu - into a harmonious menu. The veggie options are also impressive.

Kärntner Ring 16, 1015 Vienna, Austria