At the Heurigen it is tradition to get your food from the buffet:
Our buffet comprises a range of meat dishes like caraway roast, neck of pork, lean loin of pork, smoked meat, sausages, blood pudding, bratwurst, meat patties, grilled chicken, various vegetable and pasta bakes and vegetable strudel. As sides, we recommend fresh salad or sauerkraut and dumplings.
If you prefer cold dishes, we offer a variety of cheeses, lard, charcuterie and various spreads as well as pickles.
Dishes like grilled chicken (20 min), pork or chicken schnitzel or fried vegetables are always freshly prepared. This takes time and you can order them at the table from your waitress or waiter.
For bigger groups (from 20 people) you can order your private buffet. You can find further information here.
Down to earth
- Warm and cold Heurigen dishes
- Bakes, schnitzel, grilled and roast chicken, knuckle of pork
- Delicious spreads, salad variations
The basis for today's Heurigen culture was laid in 1784 by Emperor Josef II with his der Zirkularverordnung (circular act), which allowed vintners to sell and serve their produce. A cozy and amiable atmosphere paired with the respite that can be found in the gardens at the city's fringes are just some of the characteristics that draw both tourists and locals to the typical Viennese "Heurigen" taverns.