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Austrian Cuisine in Vienna-What and Where

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I assume, perhaps incorrectly, there is something one would describe as Austrian cuisine and perhaps even Viennese or something unique for/peculiar to Vienna.

And why is it I think it would involve more than "schnitzel?" And what, if anything, would make something "authentic?"

Bottom line: looking for possible places to eat, both lunch and dinner. Staying at the Kempinski but willing to travel a bit within the city.

And I want more than some strange looking "sauce" smeared on the plate like finger painting and enough food on the plate that doesn't require a microscope to see. i already KNOW how rich I am so I don't need to eat in some particular venue to validate my self-worth.

Thanks.

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