It was our last day in Vienna and we were tired of walking so we decided to stop here for an early dinner. It's an Italian restaurant but when we saw that they also have typical Austrian fare on the menu, we decided to choose them for our last meal. The veal schnitzel was freshly made as we heard them pounding the veal in the kitchen. It was very flavorful and accompanied by a generous half lemon. For dessert we both got strudel. It was served cold, not warm, but was tasty nonetheless.
Service was good and being able to smoke at the table was a throwback to a nostalgic past.
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