One of the picture-postcard scenes of Vienna in the period leading up to Christmas is a group of friends standing round a table at an open market, each clutching a mug of … [Read more...] about Christmas punch
Viennese food and drink
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Roasted chestnuts (German: Maroni) are a popular snack in the winter. You'll likely see more than one "Maronistand" if visiting Vienna during the colder months; these are … [Read more...] about Roast chestnuts
One of the common delicacies you’ll find at a typical Christmas market, and often elsewhere, is the Langos (pronounced lan-gosh), typically costing over 2 Euro each. There … [Read more...] about The Langos
Manner Schnitten are as much part of Vienna and Austria as the schnitzel or sausage stall. A fact emphasized by the Stephansdom (St.Stephan's Cathedral) logo found on their … [Read more...] about Manner Schnitten
If there's one food most closely associated with Vienna, then it's the Schnitzel. Traditionally, a Schnitzel is made from a cutlet of veal, pounded thin by a meat … [Read more...] about Wiener Schnitzel