- Main course: 10€
- Food spend: 35€
This was one of the first trendy Beisl-style restaurants in town serving traditional Viennese cuisine. Ofenloch is situated within a historical building in the centre of Vienna. In 1288 a "Judenbadestube" (Jewish Bath House) was created within the building and by 1398 the "Judenzeche" (a Jewish institution) was established. The building that houses Ofenloch has been owned by several interesting personalities, including the Countess of Harnoncourt, ancestor of the famous conductor. In 1973 the Haberberger family bought the house and refurbished this historical building to its current status. In this restaurant you can enjoy traditional Austrian dishes. On the menu, guests will find such Viennese classics as Tafelspitz mit Salat, Kernel und roten Zwiebeln (specially boiled beef with salad, pumpkin seeds oil and red onions) as a starter; Rostbraten mit gebackenen Zwiebelringen in Rotweinsauce, Petersilerdafel (roastbeef with baked onion rings in a red wine sauce with parsley potatoes) as a main course; and, Bohemian pancakes as a dessert. Its 19th century-style decor, characterised by wood panelling and old-fashioned pictures on the walls, gives the Ofenloch its comfortable atmosphere. Guests can sit here quite happily until closing time.
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