Be My Guest: David Kreytenberg – Habibi & Haw...

A Taste for Social Entrepreneurship There are not many kitchens in Vienna where you can overhear a waiter shout out an order for “one Kaiserschmarrn and one Baba Ghanoush!” But you will at Habibi & Hawara, where Chef David Kreytenberg has created a “fusion of Austrian and high-Arabic food” since it opened on May 5th. […]
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