The most beautiful restaurants in Vienna

Ranking: The stylistically most worth seeing restaurants in Vienna

What do you need for a wonderful meal or a cosy get-together? Right, a great location! Plus a restaurant designed with love and a high feel-good factor. There is a saying in Austria which roughly translates to: a good meal should be a feast for the eyes. This applies not only to the food, but also to the furnishings and interior of a restaurant. Here is our ranking of the “most beautiful restaurants in Vienna”.


At the heart of the first district – Tian


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Tian is one of the best vegetarian restaurants in Vienna, probably also in the whole of Europe. Tian is the only vegetarian restaurant in Austria that has been awarded both a Michelin star and three toques from Gault&Millau. Not only is the food excellent and beautifully served, but also the restaurant itself, located in the Himmelpfortgasse, is superbly furnished. With great attention to detail, an extremely pleasant, laid back and stylish atmosphere has been created here.

TIAN Restaurant Wien
Address: Himmelpfortgasse 23, 1010 Vienna
Opening hours:
Tuesday: 6pm – 9pm
Wednesday – Saturday: 12 noon – 2pm & 6pm – 9pm


Corbaci in the Museumsquartier


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The Corbaci in the heart of the Museumsquartier is much more than just a small and fine restaurant in the seventh district of Vienna. It probably has the most beautiful ceiling in the whole city. The entire upper area of the restaurant is decorated with tiles designed in the style of the Orient.

No other restaurant in the city offers such a magnificent “view from below” as the Corbaci. The bar, chairs and tables are kept clean and simple. Nothing should distract from the wonderful ceiling, which speaks for itself and gives the restaurant such a special touch.

Address: Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Saturday: 11am – midnight
Sunday, Public holidays: 11am – 11pm


Landtmann‘s Jausen Station in Schönbrunn


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Unfortunately, this location, right next to Schönbrunn Palace and still located in the Schönbrunn Palace Garden, only invites you to visit during the warmer months. The Jausen Station ends its period of “hibernation” in March. In the Crown Prince Garden, somewhat hidden from the outside world, there is a beautiful pavilion made entirely of wood – a country feeling, although right in the middle of the city.

A clear highlight is the restaurant’s terrace. White tables, colourful seating – and all of this surrounded by flowers and herb gardens. More peace and quiet from the city and its hustle and bustle, in such a unique historical ambience, can probably not be found anywhere else in Vienna.

Landtmann’s Jausen Station
Address: Schönbrunner Schlosspark, Kronprinzengarten, 1130 Vienna
Opening hours:
Monday – Friday: 10am – 6:30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9am – 6:30pm


Internationales Publikum im Seven North


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You know the concept from New York, London or Berlin: laid-back furnishing attracts laid-back people. The Seven North in Schottenfeldgasse in Vienna is no exception. The kitchen serves Israeli food and oriental snacks, the music is loud and the waiters and waitresses are “always busy”. Furthermore the interior design of the Seven North follows international standards and could thus also be found in any other world metropolis.

The large, stylish bar area will immediately catch your eye and you should definitely take a closer look at if you arrive a little earlier and have to wait on your table. There is also a lot to see in the open kitchen where you can watch live how the many varied and excellent dishes are prepared and arranged. A spacious room with trendy seating and tables on which the many culinary delicacies really do find room perfectly round off Seven North.

Seven North
Address: Schottenfeldgasse 74, 1070 Vienna
Opening hours:
Sunday – Wednesday: 5pm – 1am
Thursday – Saturday: 5pm – 3am
Sunday-Brunch: 11:30am – 4pm


Palmenhaus Brasserie in the Burggarten


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The “Palmenhaus Café – Brasserie – Bar”, in the first district is, as the name suggests, a beautiful old palm house from the beginning of the 20th century. Due to the almost continuous glazing of the brasserie, which has a proud length of 128 metres, as well as the vaulted ceiling, the location in the Burggarten is always wonderfully flooded with light.

Breakfast, lunch, coffee and cake, cocktails but also excellent dinner can be enjoyed here, in one of the most beautiful locations of the city. Inside, the Palmenhaus is really cosy and furnished with a view to detail. A restaurant in a palm house, does it exist anywhere else in the world, or just in Vienna?

Palmenhaus Café – Brasserie – Bar
Address: Burggarten 1, 1010 Vienna
Opening hours:
Tuesday – Thursday: 11am – 11pm
Friday: 10am – midnight
Saturday: 9am – midnight
Sunday, public holidays: 9am – 10pm


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Header picture © Gregor Lechner, PH Lounge


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