The easiest way for Viennese to experience sleek, suave, New York–style power dining—short of paying for a round-trip plane ticket—is to book a table at this Italian hot spot in the heart of Vienna. If they can, that is. Wait-listed weeks in advance, this modernist extravaganza has brought a touch of big-city glamour to Alt Wien, and everyone from foodies to fashionistas loves it. Seafood is so fresh it's flown in daily for the kitchen to prepare specialties, such
as shrimp marinated in lemon and served on a bed of Tuscan beans, or roasted sea bass in a couscous salad of cucumber and avocado. For beef eaters, the chef prepares a special piquant sauce poured over a rib-eye steak.
Jan 5, 2006
This is THE place to go if you're looking for Vienna's 'to be seen' people. I celebrated my birthday there and first of all the waiters treat you like a princess, they are so friendly!!! And the manager is always waling around asking if everything's okay. Whatever you order, let it be wine or a plate, or cocktails you won't be disappointed. If you're a student like I am I wouldn't suggest going there on a regular basis as it may hurt your wallet but
if you're looking for a place to splurge Fabio's is THE place! P.S. in summer they open the floor-to-ceiling length windows and it's just great!!!