Thanks to reclaimed wood, vintage lighting and a garage door façade, Chef Eduard Frauneder’s sweet little spot has been cleverly designed to not look too designed. It’s a good choice for a date, the choice of area notwithstanding; and the communal table in the middle, used mostly for walk-ins, adds to its affability.
This Austrian restaurant dishes up well-executed Viennese classics that are the stuff of comfort food dreams. The kitchen has an assured yet light touch with traditional dishes—don't miss the spätzle, a light and tender rendition bathed in a cream sauce enriched with Gruyère. The rustic, handmade apple strudel delights with its delicate, buttery deliciousness. Thankfully, judicious pricing means you'll still have some shillings left.- die MICHELIN-Tester