Close to Hotel Lucia
What would a stay in Vienna be without Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz, Kaiserschmarrn or Sachertorte? Enjoy the huge number of restaurants with traditional Austrian or international cuisine. Unwind with a relaxing visit to one of the many coffee houses. Gusto already?
Cosy beer pub with typical Viennese cuisine, pleasant atmosphere and spacious terrace.
Address: Schweglerstraße 37, 1150 Vienna
Telephone: 01/789 66 06
Opening hours: daily: 10:00 - 1:00 a.m.
Variety of Levantine delicacies, quick service, ideal for those who are in a hurry but still want to eat well.
Address: Märzstraße 39, 1150 Vienna
Telephone: 01/789 80 38
Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 7:00 - 24:00, Saturday - Sunday: 6:00 - 24:00
Hip & cool café-restaurant with a great and cosy "living room atmosphere", ideal for chilling out and relaxing. Fine seasonal delicacies and delicious cocktails, cosy guest garden.
Address: Märzstraße 67, 1150 Vienna
Telephone: 01/786 65 29
Opening hours: Sunday - Thursday: 17:00 - 00:30, Friday - Saturday: 17:00 - 01:30
Cosy inn - a typical Viennese Beisl - with homemade Viennese dishes at moderate prices, just "around the corner" from Hotel Lucia.
Address: Selzergasse 38, 1150 Vienna
Telephone: 01/985 99 11
Opening hours: Monday - Friday: 10:00 - 23:00, Saturday: 11:00 - 22:00
Erik Simulevski recommends:
• Plachutta's Gasthaus zur Oper
• NENI am Naschmarkt
• Senhor Vinho
At "Plachuttas Gasthaus zur Oper" you can enjoy Viennese cuisine of the highest quality. Viennese charm and cosiness come together in this restaurant, which is located one minute from the opera. Another trademark of this restaurant is the excellent service.
Nowhere is the Far East as close as at NENI on Naschmarkt. Perhaps because it's just as hustle and bustle here as it is in an oriental bazaar. At the market as well as in the restaurant. In the midst of the pulsating market hustle and bustle and surrounded by the scent of spices, you can enjoy oriental world cuisine.
The restaurant "Senhor Vinho" in the 5th district is also a little off the beaten track, but is nevertheless a real insider tip: The brothers Nelson and Daniel Fadista dos Santos spoil you with classic Portuguese cuisine with influences from Madeira and the Azores. There is no menu in the classic sense, but the menu is presented to you by Daniel on a wooden board directly at the table. And with a bit of luck, Father Fadista dos Santos will sing a beautiful fado at the end.