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Hotel Sacher

Philharmoniker Straße 4, 1010, Wien

***** International
  •  - Vienna
  •  - Vienna
Average
Main course: -1€
Food spend: -1€

Most celebrities who visit Vienna eventually make their way to this scarlet dining room for its most famous dish, Tafelspitz, with a herb-flavored sauce that is truly fit for the emperor's table. Other delectable dishes include fish terrine and veal steak with morels. The world-renowned Sachertorte, a chocolate sponge cake that's sliced in half and filled with apricot jam, is the most famous pastry in Vienna. Franz Sacher created the torte in 1832 while he served as Prince Metternich's apprentice.

Wear your finest dining attire, and make sure to show up before 11pm, even though the restaurant officially closes at 1am. The hotel also has tables in the less formal Red Bar, where the menu is available every day from noon to 11:30pm (last order). The Sacher has always been a favorite before or after the opera.

Hotel Sacher

Philharmoniker Straße 4, 1010, Wien

Contact +43 1514560
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