As a big food lover I could not resist writing about what I ate in Vienna. I know this post is a bit belated , however I hope you still enjoy this one. You can eat fabulous food in Vienna for a reasonable price. This is for sure one of the reasons I would go back to Vienna.
During my trip I had a combination of true Austrian and Asian European food. If you are a food lover like I am , please continue reading. I might have slipped in some photo’s of some cheeky cocktails. Those were particular delightful! If I might say and write so!
I started my trip out with some Austrian Spatzle ( little dough strips boiled in water) and Veal Goulash. This was such a comforting and warming meal. Especially since the weather was quite cold on the first day. For sure this is something I would love on a cold wintery day. In the evening I had some Vegetable Risoto. To tell the truth I had way better Risoto. I would not say I am the worlds best connoisseur on how a Risoto should be, but the grain of this Risoto was still hard. Such a no, no.
On day 2 we had for dinner a Seafood Curry Noodle Soup. This was really amazing the spices, the broth and the noodles. So delicious and very filling. As an appetizer we had some Vietnames spring Roles and regular Spring Roles. These always go down a treat!
Day 3 brought some other Austrian food. A vegetarian Eiern Knoedel and a true Austrian Desert Apfel Strudel. The Apfel Strudel was surrounded by a sea of vanilly sauce. not too sweet but just right!
As we were peckish on some days when we came back from our day trips , we opted for nachos and some cocktails in the Hotel. Nothing beats a delightful cocktail. During my stay I opted for a Strawberry Daiquri and a Sex on the Beach. Yes I have a bit of a sweet tooth.
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Until next post friends!