Where were you born?
What’s best about your neighbourhood?
The restaurant Kim Kocht on Lustkandlgasse.
If money were no object, where would you live?
Paris in spring, summer in Vienna, autumn in New York, winter in Miami.
What’s your favourite street in Vienna?
And your favourite restaurants?
The Naschmarkt at Wienzeile for breakfast, Villa Aurora in Ottakring for dinner, and, for a candlelit dinner, Salettl Pavillon in Grinzing.
Where do you go to drink with friends?
The Loos bar in the city centre, or one of the traditional Heuriger wine taverns on the outskirts of the city.
Any recommendations for Austrian dishes to try?Müllirahmstrudel – curd cheese baked in pastry – with a vanilla sauce.
Where do you take out-of-town friends?
To the historical city centre, the Prater amusement park and Pratersauna nightclub, the Museum Quarter and to galleries in the Schleifmühl district.
Which Viennese person do you most admire?
The architect Rochus Kahr.
What don’t you like about your city?
The weather from November till March.
What can’t you live without?
Any places you’d recommend visitors avoid?
Stephansplatz on New Year’s Day.
Any advice for those visiting your city?
Take your time over falling in love with, or in, Vienna.