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Gmoa Keller

Recommandé par 23 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·

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Jonny
Jonny
September 12, 2019
traditional Viennese tavern
Daniel
Daniel
June 5, 2019
Great Viennese Food and old traditional restaurant
Valerie
Valerie
December 9, 2018
typical Viennese Kitchen in an atmosphere from 19th century original ambiance. you need to order a table in advance as Viennese love to go there.
Lucia
Lucia
September 7, 2018
Together with Plachutta, the best traditional Viennese restaurant in town. Gulasch and Tafelspitz are great!
Tatjana
Tatjana
May 7, 2018
One of the best choices if you're seeking for you perfect Austrian food experience. Authentic Viennese and Austrian dishes perfectly prepared and served. Anything you order will be just delicious, guaranteed. Tip: Make a reservation in advance because it's very popular place and usually packed.

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Emplacement
25 Am Heumarkt
Landstraße, Wien 1030
Téléphone+43 1 7125310
Heures d'ouvertureFermé · Ouvre à Saturday 11:00 AM
Réservations
Oui
Cartes de crédit
Yes (incl. Visa)
Places assises à l'extérieur
Oui
Wifi
Oui
Menus
Brunch, déjeuner, dîner
Boissons
Beer, vin, bar complet
Possibilités de restauration
Pas de livraison
Toilettes
Oui
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