Restaurants for Vegetarian in Vienna 

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    Eis Greissler

    special ice cream shop :) This family-owned company produces organic ice cream from there own cows. Their ice cream definitely contains no artificial ingredients. There are always about 18 different flavour from what about 7 vegan ones. The shop isn't far away from the main inner city's tourist spots but still an insider's tip. Next to standard flavours you'll find ...

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    Delicious cake shop that rather uniquely still bears the Royal Warrant for the Emperor

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    Delicious wienerschnitzel. Expect to spend some time waiting in line but definitely worth it..

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  • 4

    Café Central

    Our favorite café in Vienna. All of the pastries are beautiful and delicious. Had a lovely time listening to a pianist while eating 2 desserts.

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    Cafe Hawelka

    6 reviews

    Definitely for tourists, but delightful nonetheless. Loved the old school charm of this Viennese cafe, right down to the vintage-y banquettes and the chalkboard menu on the wall. Coffers were dark but not bitter.

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    Plachutta is a Viennese institution and most famous for its "Tafelspitz", which is beef cooked in soup, an Austrian specialty. Due to its fame and it being mentioned in many tourist guides, you will need a reservation, especially in the evening.

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    Cafe Mozart

    5 reviews

    Great coffee and a nice outdoor patio to enjoy the night!

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    Café Diglas

    3 reviews

    Vienna is famed for its cafés. This is my all-time favourite. It's got old school décor with cheeky photos, amazing food, and some of the most amazing deserts EVER. A must.

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    Julius Meinl Am Graben

    3 reviews

    the best deli shop ever! three floors of pure heaven! get your champaign chocolate truffles, your cold cuts, good ground coffee etc..

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    Motto am Fluss

    3 reviews

    Restaurant in the shape of a ship by the Danube Canal. Very good breakfast

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  • 11


    3 reviews

    I love the energy in this Biergarten. hundreds of tables, waiters whizz by holding huge trays of 20 beer mugs. on the menu the popular knee and the schnitzel of course.. Go there after a visit to the Prater wheel..

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    Café Sperl

    3 reviews

    Head to this traditional and grand Viennese cafe for the coffee - the options are overwhelming! Both of the coffees we tried were excellent - and our favorite was the St. Francis, which mixes espresso with whipped cream with a dash of chocolate.

  • 13


    Is considered to be the best restaurant in Vienna and one of the best in Austria. Not cheap at all but a great place to celebrate a special evening. Amazing cheese trolley!

  • 14

    Café Sacher

    3 reviews

    An old cafe that bear the History of Vienna. Celebrities over history have flocked to this hotel and to its cafe to delight in its pastries and the All famous Sacher Torte with a dollop of whipped cream. Enjoy!

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    Cafe Einstein

    2 reviews

    This is one of the best places to have a good lunch/dinner in Vienna at a reasonable price. The restaurant is located right to the town-hall (Rathaus). The food is traditional Austrian cuisine, despite of the 5-6 types of Viennese schnitzel you can have tasty warm goulash, traditional potato + bacon, grilled specialties. Please note that this is a busy ...

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    Hofburg Cafe

    2 reviews

    We stopped in here after our visit to the Spanish Riding School. Just had a shared sachertorte and I had this delicious cafe au lait. It was a nice place to take a break after the stable tour and discuss the events of the day.

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    Café Museum

    2 reviews

    Cafe Museum was a perfect pit stop choice before heading off to the Opera. Since it was a brisk winter night, a hot coffee drink with just the right amount of alcohol was a great choice. The cafe scene in Vienna is outstanding and very tied to the people so it was a good way to enjoy something that the ...

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    2 reviews

    This is NOT your typical Italian restaurant. It is fashionable, sleek and the food is modern. The signature dish is Roasted Venison with Sage Gnocchi and although it is not something I would typically order I know that I would order it again. The prices range from 15 to 40 Euros per dish so while there are many more expensive ...

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    1 review

    It was Freud's favorite, and it is not hard to see why. Great place to chill and enjoy some of the Viennese atmosphere.

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