The Best Restaurants in Vienna

Vienna has a thriving restaurant scene and could be described as a foodie heaven. Austrias cuisine is a culinary melting pot that has been influenced from beyond its border for centuries. There is more to Vienna than Wiener Schnitzel and Apple Strudel. Feeling hungry? Here is a selection of the best restaurants in Vienna.
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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
Luxury / High End

The overall work of art remains a gold standard, especially when it comes to service (from "Brot-Andi" to the cheese trolley). The world-class cuisine, especially when it comes to vegetables, puts surprising things on the famous menu.

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

What Markus and Lukas Mraz send out of the kitchen is a sensation, course after course. Add to this a relaxed atmosphere, perfect service, fantastic wines and voilà: one of the best addresses in the city.

Wallensteinstraße 59, 1200 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Culinary perfection in its purest form. In several acts (up to nine courses), a journey of the senses and a display of flavour contrasts and consistencies await. The highest level!

Dominikanerbastei 17, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Luxury / High End

Silvio Nickol stands for fine dining without limits. He mostly uses seasonal products and draws on the whole world when it comes to preparation and combinations. Legendary wine cellar!

Coburgbastei 4, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Fabian Günzel's multi-course menus celebrate the art of reduction. Pink radicchio meets Gruyère, turbot meets Osietra caviar, Piedmontese veal meets spinach. Top wine list with a focus on France.

Mollardgasse 76, 1060 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

Paul Ivić has firmly established himself as a figurehead of upscale vegetarian cuisine. He shows how to take plant-based cuisine - always creative and varied - to a truly top level.

Himmelpfortgasse 23, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

The exceptional chef Wolfgang Zankl-Sertl celebrates fine dining cuisine with a Michelin star in his restaurant. A combination as rare as the ingredients (sea urchin) and preparation (fermented asparagus).

Pramergasse 21/1, 1090 Vienna, Austria
Ethnic Cuisine

A fixed star in the Viennese gastronomic firmament: Italian cuisine of the highest standard (from gamberi to truffles), sensational wines and an elegant ambience are the ingredients that continue to make Fabios so popular.

Tuchlauben 4–6, 1010 Vienna, Austria

In the Glasswing restaurant of the luxury boutique hotel The Amauris, top young chef Alexandru Simon serves dishes such as Norway lobster with hollandaise and caviar. Noble ambience.

Kärntner Ring 8, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Ethnic Cuisine

A family atmosphere prevails in Rosita and Piero's small vaulted cellar, where top-quality Calabrian delicacies are served: homemade pasta, excellently prepared fish and fine wines.

Kurrentgasse 12, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Ethnic Cuisine

Patron Joji Hattori has created something of his own. Sushi, especially O-Toro, is rarely better in Vienna, but the true mastery lies in the creations of this meticulous kitchen.

Krugerstraße 3, 1010 Vienna, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

The restaurateurs Robert Brandhofer and Markus Gould have created an oenophile pleasure spot where food and wine culture are equally inspiring. Quality convinces - from the aperitif to the digestif.

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 17, 1030 Vienna, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

The wine list is impressive, but you can also simply ask "wine pope" Hermann Botolen for advice. The cuisine also impresses with fine products and seasonal dishes such as lamb. Cozy guest garden.

Fuhrmannsgasse 9, 1080 Vienna, Austria

The food composition in the stylish new addition is perfectly balanced, the order (up to 16 courses) creates the overall picture. It's hot: cooking takes place in the open fire kitchen. Spectacular!.

Kochgasse 13, 1080 Vienna, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Simon Schubert and head chef Julian Lechner have created an interface between old and new with this restaurant. Particularly recommended: the Cordon bleu - and a look at the wine list.

Reznicekgasse 10, 1090 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

Noble brasserie in the Hotel Rosewood Vienna. In addition to an open kitchen and a Josper grill, the restaurant also has its own seafood bar – and an unusual view of the first district.

Tuchlauben 4, 1010 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