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Tasty Treats – Favourite International Restaurants in Austria

If you are looking for some of the tastiest international cuisine in Europe, then Austria has a lot on offer. You can find almost any type of dish you desire here and there are a few that stand out in each major city. Here are some of the most recommended eateries to try out.

Vienna 

Hill Restaurant – International Grill 

This lovely restaurant is located in a suburban area outside the downtown area in northwest Vienna. It holds the title as the best place to eat in the city on Trip advisor and boasts some of Thomas Göls’ best creations. The price tag ranges form 9CHF – 36CHF and there is an extensive wine list on offer.

Distrik Steakhouse

This elegant steakhouse is located in the Ritz Carlton Hotel and offers a high class dining experience. Of course meat is the main menu item, but there are also vegetarian friendly options. With valet parking and a selection of 12 steak knives to choose from, you will not be disappointed by this unique restaurant experience. Open daily for lunch and dinner.

Graz

Restaurant Anna – International

Located in the Palais-Hotel Erzherzog Johann, Graz, this lovely restaurant will not disappoint. The chefs offer tasty Austrian and international cuisine with prices ranging from 6-28CHF on the menu, or set menu options for a more unique dining experience. Open Tuesday – Saturday for dinner only.

Salzburg

Restaurant Esszimmer – Austrian & International 

This top dining destination offers a set menu of 5 courses that includes wine pairings and for lunch there is a 3-course menu on offer. The price tag is high end, but customers have awarded the restaurant as the best in Salzburg. Open Tuesday – Saturday for lunch and dinner only.  

Whatever your palette desires, there is an abundance of restaurants available in any major Austrian city to suit any budget. The fun is in trying them all out and deciding for yourself!  

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