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I will be flying into your glorious sublime city for the first time and I have googled restaurants with no luck whatsoever.
And no I don't mean the fast food hole in the wall "kebab" joints which also sell Pizza. Whats that all about? Fusion Cuisine?

Too, I have not had luck finding photos of downtown Vienna on this board.
Maybe its because I don't speak German.

Any advice in pointing me in the right direction would be appreciated, literally and figuratively.
 

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triboro said:
I will be flying into your glorious sublime city for the first time and I have googled restaurants with no luck whatsoever.
And no I don't mean the fast food hole in the wall "kebab" joints which also sell Pizza. Whats that all about? Fusion Cuisine?

Too, I have not had luck finding photos of downtown Vienna on this board.
Maybe its because I don't speak German.

Any advice in pointing me in the right direction would be appreciated, literally and figuratively.

I don't know anything about Vienna; I've never been there. Maybe you'll have better luck with hole-in-the-wall restaurants. However, if you find any Turkish restaurants, and I'm sure you will, eat until you s... yourself :) I hear there's a huge Turkish comminity there. Plus, you should not leave Vienna without first trying the Swiss Rotisserie chicken available in most supermarkets. I tried it in Switzerland and I'm sure you'll find it in both Austria and Germany. It's the best chicken you'll ever taste. Trust me!
 

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Thanks Marsdenk,

I was in Zurich as well, and chicken was nowhere to be found. It is either pork or beef, no in between.
Go to the deli section next time :)

My brother went to Switzerland a few years ago to visit some relatives near Zurich and he tried Turkish made hot-dogs. He was raving about it; my aunt sent us some, but he had to report it at the customs when he entered the States. He had to give it up :( My dad also says they're scrumptious. I don't know if there are any Turkish shops around here, but I'm going to do a little research.
 

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Kent in Ottakring nahe dem Gürtel...Ring des Proletariats....

Man kann sagen die Türkische Lokale das beste sind, dass eine miserable Stadt wie Wien anzubieten hat... eine Stadt wo man nach 20.00 Uhr kaum mehr irgendwo essen kann.....
Achh...habe vergessen:Wurst-standl Leo unter den Bögen der U6...in Währing oder?
 

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REBBE HAFENMANN said:
Kent in Ottakring nahe dem Gürtel...Ring des Proletariats....

Man kann sagen die Türkische Lokale das beste sind, dass eine miserable Stadt wie Wien anzubieten hat... eine Stadt wo man nach 20.00 Uhr kaum mehr irgendwo essen kann.....
Achh...habe vergessen:Wurst-standl Leo unter den Bögen der U6...in Währing oder?
Ich glaube hier muß eine Verwechslung vorliegen, denn es gibt keine Stadt weltweit, in der man besser Essen kann als in Wien und das auch nach 20:00 Uhr. Miserabel kann Wien auch nicht sein, nachdem es von der Lebensqualität her den 3.Rang (bzw. 4. je nach Studie) aller Großstädte weltweit hat.
 
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