25. Viennese Restaurant Week

17 Aug

25. Viennese Restaurant Week

If in the week from August 29 to September 04, 2022 the meanwhile “25. Vienna Restaurant Week” takes place, the hearts of all connoisseurs and gourmets beat faster again.

Viennese top gastronomy at reasonable prices

In this week, which is one of the culinary highlights of the year, Gourmets can enjoy specially created menus from the best chefs de cuisine in town in approx. 80 selected top restaurants, which are  usually much cheaper than their normal offers.

From Austrian specialties and Mediterranean delights through to Asian cuisine

At lunch, a menu starts already from 14,50 Euros for 2-course dinner, in the evening the 3-course dinner in restaurants with up to one Gault Millau hood cost 34,50 Euros. A visit to a restaurant with two Gault Millau hood for lunch at an additional price of 5,00 Euro and in the evening for an additional price of 10,00 Euro, in a three-toque restaurant with a surcharge of 10,00 Euro for lunch and in the evening for a surcharge of 20,00 Euro and in a four-toque restaurant with a surcharge of 15,00 Euro for lunch and in the evening for a surcharge of 30,00 Euro.

Due to the high demand, you should reserve a table! Simply choose your favorite restaurant from August 16th at Viennese Restaurant Week. The reservations are made in real time and guests will automatically receive a confirmation email.

The first restaurant week was held in 1992 in New York. It was an attempt to lure guests in the off-season in restaurants. Since then, this idea has been internationally successful. Meanwhile more than 10,000 restaurants participate in more than 120 cities worldwide.

“With the Viennese restaurant week we can experience the local culinary delights. Vienna has an international comparison an exceptionally dense array of excellent restaurants, whose variety and sophistication we want to present this week.” says Dominik Holter, organizers of the Vienna Restaurant Week.


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