Israeli restaurants in Vienna

Israeli cuisine in the heart of Vienna

When you think of Israel, you will likely think of its history, beaches, sea as well as its great food. However, you do not have to travel to Israel to get good hummus (a purée from chickpeas) and fresh falafel (chickpea balls). In recent years, several Israeli restaurants have opened their doors in Vienna, offering a great selection of culinary delicacies.


Tel Aviv Beach: TLV at the Danube Canal


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After Jerusalem, Tel Aviv is the most well-known city in Israel. Like no other metropolis, it stands for beach and nightlife. In Vienna, you can also experience both at the Danube Canal.

Tel Aviv Beach has become something of an institution at the Canal – both during the day and at night. People meet here to have a good time and, of course, to eat. There are classic dishes, such as hummus and falafel, as well as other snacks that are simply perfect to arouse a truly beach feeling.

Tel Aviv Beach
Address: Höhe Obere Donaustrasse 65, 1020 Vienna
Opening hours:
April – October, in fair weather, daily: 12 noon – midnight


Florentine: the trendiest quarter in Tel Aviv can be experienced twice in Vienna


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Florentine is currently the most exciting and trendiest quarter in Tel Aviv. Here you will find bars, restaurants and galleries, one after the other. The name “Florentine” does indeed stand for something. This is likely what the founders of Florentine were thinking about when they named their – now two – restaurants after this part of the city of Tel Aviv.

The first restaurant is located in Berggasse, in Vienna’s ninth district, Alsergrund while the second is in Siebensterngasse, in the city’s seventh district, Neubau. Both restaurants have a small but fine outdoor eating area. The food is also well worth a mention as you are guaranteed authentic Israeli dishes here.

Berggasse 8, 1090 Vienna
Siebensterngasse 58, 1070 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday: 8am – 11pm


Miznon: Tel Aviv, New York, Paris and Vienna


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Miznon in Vienna is located directly behind St. Stephan’s Cathedral – you really cannot get much more central than this! The atmosphere here is typically southern. It is loud, a little chaotic, but always friendly and open minded. And, when it comes to the food, no compromises are made.

What is Miznon best known for? For its roasted cauliflower. Either as a whole on your plate or cut into small pieces in wonderful pita bread with hummus. One of the most favourite dishes of the Israelis and you can try it out in the heart of Vienna’s first district. In the warmer months, the restaurant also has a very pretty outdoor eating area in a small, historic side street.

Miznon Vienna
Address: Schulerstraße 4, 1010 Vienna
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Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 12 noon – 10:30pm


Maschu Maschu: Israeli cuisine in Vienna‘s Neubau district


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In terms of Israeli cuisine, the classic in Vienna is Maschu Maschu. You have the feeling that the restaurant has always been in Neubaugasse, in the city’s seventh district. The falafel, the hummus, as well as the pita bread are freshly made here every day. And this is obvious when you try them out.

One advantage of Maschu Maschu Neubau: it is just as possible to grab a quick and well-filled take away pita bread as it is a great breakfast or dinner in the regular restaurant. There are even three branches of the restaurant in Vienna, in three districts – Neubau, Landstraße and the inner city.

Maschu Maschu
Address: Neubaugasse 20, 1070 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Sunday: 10:30am – midnight


Israeli cuisine is light and is, therefore, perfect for a meal out on hot summer days.


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