Maroni (roasted chestnuts in their shell) are a popular snack in the Viennese winter, sold on street corners and at markets from the so-called Maronistand. A piping-hot and … [Read more...] about Roast chestnuts
Eating and drinking
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Wander around a Christmas market and you may encounter an alarmingly-large snack that enjoys favoured status among locals. The Langos (pronounced Lan-Gosh) may only be second … [Read more...] about The Langos
The Manner Schnitten snack wafers are as much part of Vienna and Austria as the schnitzel or sausage stall. Hazelnut wafers still made in ViennaIconic pink packaging and … [Read more...] about Manner Schnitten
If there's one food most closely associated with Vienna, then it's the Wiener Schnitzel. Vegetarians and vegans look away (I'm one, too)Fried, breaded escalopes typically … [Read more...] about Wiener Schnitzel
Vienna and Austria in general has a very strong beer culture, with your average Austrian consuming over 100 litres (176 pints) of the stuff each year. Very high quality of … [Read more...] about Beer and Austria