As far as the 5th district is concerned, there are heaps of places to discover diversity on a plate. With a massively multicultural population, you can find eateries serving up fantastic Turkish cuisine, Balkan fare and more. It’s also got a bunch of quality Turkish bakeries with cabinets showcasing their strong baklava and Turkish sweets game.
One of those places can be found by Reinprechtsdorferstraße at the Turkish eatery, Iskenderci Restaurant.
On the other spectrum, but still not far off from the likes of falafel and flatbreads, is the culinary experience that is Apadana. In this colourful Iranian restaurant, you can find an array of traditional meals out of the country, like home-made safran ice cream with safran, and the classic cream puffs called, Nun Khamei. No judgment from our side if you order more than one plate. 😉
Siebenbrunnenplatz is surrounded by restaurants that will take you on a culinary trip.
Meanwhile, in another part of the district at Peace Kitchen, you’ll be met with specialties out of Pakistan, Syria, and other dishes from the Mediterranean side.
Meanwhile, food isn’t the only reason to dive into the multicultural vibe of Margarten. Just walking through the district fills you with that good stuff that a ethnically diverse, multicultural city can give you.