Wandering along the boulevard of Praterstraße will either lead you to the city center, or have you walking towards the Prater (hence the name). And along your wander, you’ll find plenty of cafés and restaurants that will most probably tempt you inside.
Starting off on the end closest to the city center, there’s the popular breakfast spot – the Georgian restaurant, Cafe Ansari. It’s next door neighbour is one of the most beloved eateries in town, the sushi bar/ Japanese tapas and completely original concept that is Mochi. Both of these restaurants are blessed with gorgeous and shady al fresco garden areas.
A few meters down the road you’ll spot a whole bunch of good looking people sitting in a little square with a statue of the playwright, Nestroy at its center, and a building that looks like it’s been transported from the French Riviera. That’s where the funky cafe, Ramasuri, is located, whose colourful Schanigarten packs some serious holiday vibes.
Should you be in the mood for Korean food, there’s an excellent option nearby – Seoul. Their version of Korean BBQ is outstanding.
A little further down the road is Balthasar, which is perfect for all those who salivate at the mouth when somebody says, ‘coffee?’ This coffee shop serves up some of the best cups of the stuff in town.
Further up, not far before you reach the Praterstern train station, you’ll find a very unique cafe and restaurant, indeed. It’s set in a building styled after a Venetian palace, and it has a fetish for all things analogue, and its name is Supersense. During the day, Supersense serves up coffee and snacks in a literally gorgeous setting, while in the evening, the cafe is absorbed by its sister restaurant – Dogenhof. This wood-fired restaurant is a foodie experience that all food-loving beings should have.