The orchestra hammers the final cadence, the curtain falls and the audience breaks into pandemonium – there is nothing like the thrill of performing live! After giving your audience your all and nothing is left, your stomach can growl loud enough to drown out the applause – so let’s eat! Being an artist in Vienna is special – here […]
At Gasthaus Wild, the Austrian custom of roast goose for St. Martin’s is a veritable feast.
David Zoklits and André Spitzinger bring Southeast Asian flair to Josefstadt while paying homage to a German comedy legend. For a few years now, the 25-seat local favorite Es gibt Reis (There will be rice) in the 8th district has been a real godsend for lovers of Southeast Asian cuisine. Owner David Zoklits and chef […]
In Yori authentic Korean cuisine takes the stage in Vienna as a veteran proudly looks on. One of my earliest memories as a child is making special excursions to New York City with my parents, my nose pressed against the window as I drank in all the chicly dressed people, bustling streets, and countless shops […]
The Anglo-Austrian couple of Oliver and Petra Lucas offers seasonal casual fine dining. “When Grace is open, I’m in the house,” said UK-born chef/owner Oliver Lucas one recent Wednesday afternoon in his restaurant. It’s quite refreshing to meet a “chef” with a small “c,” a master behind the stove rather than a brand. “I make […]
The award-winning restaurant Taubenkobel lures you to its Vienna popup – and with good reason Despite its off-the-beaten-track location in Schützen am Gebirge, Burgenland, Restaurant Taubenkobel is an icon of Austrian gastronomy: serving Pannonian cuisine firmly rooted in the European culinary tradition, chef Alain Weissgerber and his wife, Barbara Eselböck, have received numerous accolades by […]