A sensational variety of flavours is served in generous quantities at Caffè Latte. Expect Greek salads, Thai noodles, Vienna sausages and plenty of fresh fruit, all at only €11.90 per person. The crowd is bobo chic, typical for this area. In the summertime, enjoy the courtyard terrace.
Caffè Latte, Neubaugasse 39, 1070 Vienna, +43 (0)1 523 5509
Dellago is a must-try for those who adore Italian cuisine with a pinch of middle-European flavour. Located in Vienna’s up-and-coming 16th district, on the edge of the Brunnenmarkt, one of the city’s most famous vegetable and fruit markets, this haunt is a favourite among the young and hip. The décor, designed by Vienna-based architecture and design firm 10.2, is rustic yet stylish.
Dellago, Payergasse 10, 1160 Vienna, + 43 (0)1 957 4795
Das Möbel is as much about the design experience as the culinary one. Capturing the zeitgeist in a fabulous selection of design furniture and accessories, the restaurant focuses on Vienna’s contemporary flair; what you sit and eat on, you can also order to take away, as the constantly changing interior is for sale.
Das Möbel, Burggasse 10, 1070 Vienna, +43 (0)1 524 9497
Café Gloriette is a restaurant frozen in time. Sited on a hill overlooking the city, and most notably the beautifully preserved Schloss Schönbrunn, this spot used to be Kaiser Franz Joseph’s breakfast room. The Sisi brunch includes gugelhupf cake with candied violets, the Empress Sisi’s favourite. Classical music contributes to the imperial ambience.
Café Gloriette, Schloss Schönbrunn, 1130 Vienna, + 43 (0)1 879 1311
Clubbers know the Rote Bar for its lavish night parties. The bar is located in one of Vienna’s most respected theaters and charms its visitors with soaring gilded ceilings, crystal chandeliers, lots of red velvet and the sense of past pomp and fanfare. On the brunch menu there is roast beef and a selection of cheeses, quiches and home-baked cakes.
Rote Bar, Volkstheater, Neustiftgasse 1, 1070 Vienna, +43 (0)699 1501 5014