Hotel Sacher

Old Jan 3rd, 2011, 11:53 AM
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Hotel Sacher

We will be staying at this hotel mid January, can anyone please recommend any moderate priced restaurants nearby?
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Old Jan 4th, 2011, 07:26 AM
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Which Sacher - Vienna - Salzburg ?
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Old Jan 8th, 2011, 08:04 AM
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How stupid of me, Vienna!
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Old Jan 8th, 2011, 10:01 AM
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Numerous choices

Budget buffet

Rosenberger Markt
Maysedengasse 2 ( sp, ? )

just behind the Sacher

good choices in a buffet
drinks somewhat expensive.
www.rosenberger.cc

Cafe Mozart
at the corner by the Sacher - Albertinaplatz

www.cafe-wien.at

moderate priced fare in a cafe atmosphere. nice place even more so in summer with outdoor dining .

Augustinerkeller
Albertinaplatz - 2 minutes from the hotel mostly austrian specialties - wine not bad.

not my favorite place but many like it
keller atmosphere -
probably better in winter as fewer bus tours visit.
moderate prices.
www.bitzinger.at

Reinthalers
Gluckgasse 5
5 minutes walk



typical austrian beisl atmosphere - very busy midday with locals ( good sign ) fair priced good service - not fancy but good food for the moderate price.
Just open weekdays currently I think -

Bitzinger Würstl Stand

just on the corner toward the State Opera - the same people of Augustinerkeller have a great Würstelstand-
great choices - hard to walk by as the aroma is enough to make you hungry- great late night snack place .
Many leave after the Opera and stop here too.


Der Kuckuck
More upscale - fine food - family owned - managed and fie food-
not large friendly



www.derkuckuck.at

5- 10 minutes walk general direction towards Stephansdom and to the right

Of course the Sacher has various dining possibilities - higher priced generally -

Himmelpfortgasse 15

depending on definition of moderate - excelent value for quality received-
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Old Jan 8th, 2011, 11:49 AM
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For very light meals, there's lebol ( www.lebol.at ). It's "inspired" by Le Pain Quotidien*, the popular Brussels-based chain of breakfast/snack spots. Very charming in some ways, but just like the Belgian original, the service can be good or it can drive you right up the wall.

*People sometimes say le bol is like a little bit of Paris in Vienna. Pffft. It's a little bit of BRUSSELS http://www.lepainquotidien.be/20ans20jaar/
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Old Jan 8th, 2011, 12:08 PM
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We just returned from Vienna, Da Capo favorite down the street from St Stephens, very good Italian. It sounds sad, I know - but our favorite food for lunch was the sausage from vendor on the street, they put some mustard on the side, a few peppers, throw a cold roll at you and it is delicious. We did go to Sacher for the torte and coffee, I was not that impressed with the taste, and I felt like I was crammed in a sardine can. The hotel looked really elegant. Have a nice trip, it is truly a wonderful place to visit.
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