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In the historic ambience of the traditional halls of the Vienna Rathauskeller, tradition and enjoyment meet in a unique way. Since its opening in 1899, the Vienna Rathauskeller has been regarded as the “seat of good taste” and serves you the best of Viennese cuisine with contemporary variations. We embody naturalness, down-to-earthness, authenticity as well as regionality and thus show you the most beautiful sides of Viennese culinary art. We are also very concerned about our responsibility towards ourselves and our environment. Therefore we pay attention to a careful handling of our resources and process mainly regional and seasonal ingredients from local producers. In addition, we obtain the following products exclusively in organic quality from Austria: butter, milk, whipped cream, curd cheese, yogurt, fresh eggs, roast beef and veal liver. Chicken and pork, potatoes, onions, yellow beets, carrots, cabbage, liquid eggs as well as wine are exclusively sourced from Austria. We also pay special attention to regionality and sustainability with all other suppliers. To ensure that all our processes are optimized accordingly, we regularly undergo internal and external controls and have therefore been certified by the Austrian Eco-label and ISO. Furthermore, we have the bronze certification of “Natürlich gut essen” and are certified by the independent control body BIOS Bio. We wish you a good appetite! Your Vienna Rathauskeller Team
  • Viennese beef salad € 10,80

    with pumpkin seed oil C, L, M

  • Fried rolls of bacon and sheep‘s milk cheese € 9,90

    with lettuce, fresh herbs and green oil G, L, O

  • Bittersalads € 7,90

    with citrus fruits, oyster mushrooms and chips of strudel dough A, M, O

Impressions from our restaurant

Restaurant im Wiener Rathauskeller
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Zwiebelrostbraten mit Rosmarinerdäpfeln
Bester Service im Wiener Rathauskeller
Dessert im Restaurant des Wiener Rathauskellers
Weinempfehlung im Restaurant
Gedeckter Tisch im Restaurant
Paar trinkt Wein im Restaurant des Wiener Rathauskellers