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 Post subject: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Tue Jul 21, 2015 4:07 am 
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Anyone else in Vegan paradise? :)


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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:58 am 
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Hey! There are a couple of us around. Eating lots of Veganista lately.


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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 2:32 pm 
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I can't stop eating Veganista!! :) Have you checked out Das Augustin? Their Tempeh dish is my favorite thing right now.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 28, 2015 3:43 am 
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I haven't been there. Thanks for the recommendation! All the choices are getting overwhelming!


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I cannot wait to check out Veganista!!!!

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On Schwedenplatz there's a place that has vegan Eis.


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I went to Isola Bella in GroB Enzersdorf, which is 5 minutes from our house, and it has vegan ice-cream! So good! I had Fiocco and Hazelnut and they were amazing!

There are vegan options everywhere! We go to Vegetasia tomorrow, and I hope I can make it to Landia and Rupps before I leave.

I am also amazed that even Hofer and Billa have great vegan options. SO YUM!

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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 9:57 am 
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I'm going to Vienna at the end of October for 4-5 days. I've read a lot of great blog posts about where to eat, but I'm also open to any PPK top tips and advice on which places to prioritise! Also, suggestions about what to do would be great. We want to visit some of the places from 'Before Sunrise', and the Vienna Dark Tourism site has some interesting choices too. We're going to go to the opera one night, but we don't really drink or go to bars/clubs, so any good evening activities would be nice to hear too!

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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Wed Sep 30, 2015 10:25 am 
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Yay, i hope you will enjoy it :)

If you have a car you have to check out Schillinger - http://www.schillinger.co/ from vienna it takes about 45 minutes to get there by car but is totally worth it. It is the best. If you go there you should make reservations.

Schillinger opened a fast food restaurant in vienna - Swing Kitchen, which is also very nice: http://swingkitchen.com/

i can also recommend st. josef naturkost for lunch (vegatarian) but you should know that it is very casual and more like a canteen than a fancy restaurant: http://www.yelp.at/biz/naturkost-st-josef-wien-3

dr. falafel (naschmarkt) is great for a snack or for lunch but it might be cold in october - there is no indoor seating, as it is just a booth...

Maschu has also very nice falafel: http://www.maschu-maschu.at/ - the one in 1030 is the nicest: http://www.maschu-maschu.at/maschu-1030/

all-vegan sushi bar: http://www.pirata-sushi.com/ also quite casual.

Wrenkh (have never been there but i plan on going soon, I walk past this place almost everyday and it seems really nice): http://www.wrenkh-wien.at/

yamm (vegetarian) has nice vegan cakes, so i would maybe go there for coffee and cake. the food is mostly vegetarian, the vegan dishes are (at least in my opinion) not very special most of the time: http://www.yamm.at/

If you are into raw foods: http://www.dancingshiva.at/ i have never been there, but friends are raving.

There is an all-vegan bakery which i have not been to but should be mentioned: https://www.facebook.com/nomnomveganbakery

There are two vegan supermarkets: veganz (https://veganz.de/de/maerkte/wien/) and maran vegan (http://www.maranvegan.at/).

if you like it sweet you should definitely buy something from bernd's welt (http://berndswelt.at/) e.g. at veganz or at a spar market. some spar markets have berndswelt's products.

Radlager is one of my favourite cafes (and also sells bikes): http://www.radlager.at/

blueorange is another cafe (http://www.blueorange.co.at/) it has some very nice vegan snack-/lunch- or breakfast-options and most of the time also vegan cake.

if you are into asian fake meat dishes: vegetasia http://www.vegetasia.at/ (Medaillions à la Vegetasia are really nice)

Not a must-go-to but can come handy if you are in need for coffe with soymilk: Ströck is a bakery chain, they have some vegan options and soy milk for coffee - http://www.stroeck.at/

Naschmarkt is nice for a stroll (better not on a saturday though, as it is really crowded).

Schönbrunn is also a "must-stroll".

What are your personal interests/needs etc.? Are you into art? Do you speak/understand german? In which district will you be staying?


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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Fri Oct 02, 2015 4:25 am 
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Thank you so much for your advice! It looks like we won't struggle for food!

We haven't booked an airbnb yet (we've been waiting for payday!), and we don't really know which area to stay in - any suggestions? I speak some German, but my partner doesn't, so we can't really get too immersed in the language. We like art (not so much portraits, but we like impressionism and modern stuff). We like to see grand European architecture. We're big fans of 'Before Sunrise', so we want to see a few of the locations from the film. I like museums, but they tire me out very quickly, so I'd say maximum 2 museums. I collect vintage crockery (cheap, but nice), so if there are any good markets for that sort of thing, that would be great. Also, we really like robots! In Glasgow and Berlin we went to some kind of kinetic theatre, where there were kind of robots/animatronics "dancing" to music - it's a bit hard to explain! Basically, if there are any weird robot shows, we'll be there!

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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Sun Oct 04, 2015 7:41 am 
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I would suggest one of the inner districts. i think 1010,1040,1060,1070 or 1080 are most convenient. I don't know any place in particular where to find vintage crockery but in this case going to naschmarkt on s saturday might be a good idea because there is a flea market and maybe you are lucky. The flea market is not what it used to be and it is a little strange though, so be warned ;)


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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 22, 2015 5:36 am 
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When I visited some relatives in Linz in October I was at FrontFood (http://frontfood.at/) - is there anything like it in Vienna? I might travel there in the spring or summer. I really liked FrontFood :)


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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2015 4:39 am 
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I don't know of anything exactly like FrontFood. You might like Swing Kitchen (http://swingkitchen.com/) or I Love Veggie Burger (http://veggie-burger.at/cms/salzgries/) and you can get vegan hot dogs at Hildegard Wurst (http://www.hildegardwurst.at/ [omni place]).


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 Post subject: Re: Vienna & Austria in general thread
PostPosted: Tue Dec 01, 2015 3:30 am 
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I had such a great time in Vienna last month, and wish I'd had more time to eat even more food! I wrote on my blog about the places I visited:

http://herbivoresheaven.com/2015/11/09/ ... -part-one/

http://herbivoresheaven.com/2015/11/16/ ... -part-two/

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