|Written by Cheap-Hotels.com|
|Saturday, 26 March 2011 14:09|
Some of the most famous Vegetarian restaurants in Austria can be found in the streets of Vienna, whose gourmet culture is simply irresistible. If you are someone who loves veggies, you must visit some of these restaurants and be sure of a good vegetarian meal altogether. Cheap Hotels tells you which restaurants you should visit.
The first of its kind: Kostlich, situated on the Farbergasse is a gourmet restaurant which specializes in vegetarian food. With a very small seating area which can be a great opportunity to mingle with people around you, this place is only open during the day. Neither too expensive, nor the cheapest, the restaurant would be happy to serve you outside the premises if it gets too crowded inside. You can also get some lunch packed to go with your mouth watering desserts.
One of the favorite spots of many people passing through the city is the Xu’s Vegetasia on Kaisertrasse. Equally famous with the locals alike, the place offers mouth watering oriental cuisine and some wonderful south East-Asian dishes. You can choose to enjoy your meal in the gorgeous garden or inside the restaurant itself. The Lunch buffet is particularly recommended, but another great time to visit the place is the evenings when you can rejoice in the beauty of the place.
The Hollerei restaurant which is quite near to the Schonbrunn Palace is another great place to spend your evenings after a day of culture. The restaurant brings the best of North African and Asian cusine to Vienna. With a variety of vegetarian food in an amicable environment this place for sure would give you some magical memories to remember.
Like the famous Wiener schnitzel? Flock to the Rupp’s Café. One of the most unusual of the sorts, Rupp’s Café is an Irish theme bar which houses a vegetarian restaurant. The combination seems out of place but the ambience and the food just doesn’t let you go. Rupp’s café is another great spot where you can find excellent vegetarian versions of many popular Viennese dishes, even late in the night.
Last but not least, a great option for vegetarian self-catering visitors to Vienna is the Makro 1 café at the Fleischmarkt. The café is closed on the weekends but offers a delectable variety of organic food which can be packed and consumed at leisure time.