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p1130360-w250-h250.jpgCafe Restaurant Diglas, Wolzell 10

After  morning dance lessons we lunched at the nearby Cafe Restaurant Diglas. I was intrigued by the chandelier which had a variety of coffee cups attached. Very unusual and clever.

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A popular choice of our group was their fixed price menu which consisted of a choice...

p1130266-w250-h250.jpg  Gustl-Bauer Wirtshaus,  Am Hof Drahtgasse 2

p1130267-w250-h250.jpgAfter classes at the Tanzschule, four of us took a walk  to find a nearby place for lunch. We found a table at the Gustl-Bauer Wirsthaus. In my quest to understand the many terms used here for restaurant, I found that Wirsthaus like Wirstschaft means inn.

Anyway I was interested to see that they offered gravlax - home made pickled salmon served...

p1130718-w250-h250.jpgRestaurant Lindenkeller,  Rotenturmstrasse 12

We chose this restaurant randomly for dinner, and it turned out to be my favorite dining experience. Our waiter was extremely obliging and efficient and there was a relaxed and homey ambience, as well as excellent food.

p1130717-w250-h250.jpgp1130719-w250-h250.jpgWe had a delicious Greek salad to start. With my main course, i...

p1130255-w250-h250.jpgPlachutta Hietzing, Auhof Str. 1

p1130247-w250-h250.jpgAxel and Sandra, our Viennese host dance teachers for the Waltz Week in Vienna group, arranged for a group dinner at one of the Plachutta restaurants.  Plachutta Hietzing, near the Schonbrun Palace, was the original Plachutta restaurant in Vienna. The Plachutta restaurants are synonymous with boiled beef and this was my first opportunity to try boiled beef or Tafelspitz....

p1130533-w250-h250.jpgNautilus Fischrestaurant
Am Naschmarkt 673

p1130531-w250-h250.jpgAfter our final session at the Tanzschule we decided to accompany our instructors to the Naschmarkt where they were headed to do their grocery shopping. After cruising around the various stalls and picking up some supplies for our train trip to Salzburg next day, we joined friends for lunch at Nautilus.

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p1130312-w500-h500.jpgGriechenbeisl, Fleischmarket 11

p1130309-w500-h500.jpgThe Griechenbeisl restaurant is located in a historical building that is hundreds of years old. According to the restaurant description, the 1350 City of Vienna register, this building was listed as the home of a rich citizen and knight-commoner Lienhart Poll. By 1447 it was mentioned as an inn called “Zum Gelben Adler” or the  Yellow Eagle. From this time on, though the...

p1130224-w200-h200.jpgPürstner Gastatte,
Riermergasse 10

p1130223-w200-h200.jpgWe had dinner at the Pürstner Gastatte on the Sunday evening before Waltz Week dance classes began. The restaurant had a warm ambience and I loved the traditional design on the tablelcoths.

p1130225-w200-h200.jpgI had  schnitzel cordon bleu with a mixed salad. The schnitzel was crisp and tasty.  This was...

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