Also known as Baden bei Wien (Baden near Vienna), this spa town is chosen by those looking for a little bit of relaxation. The origin of the city goes back to the Romans who were the first to enjoy Baden’s sulphurous mineral springs. Later, Baden became a favorite of Austrian emperors who would come from Vienna (26 km) to enjoy a bath in hot waters. Today, visitors fall in love with the many historic buildings, monuments and picnic areas in beautiful parks around the city. Connoisseurs of classical music can follow in the footsteps of Baden’s most famous visitor, Ludwig van Beethoven, who visited Baden numerous times.
Things to do in Baden
4 based on 107 reviews
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The DO&CO remains a top restaurant in Baden. It is definitely intended for those who are successful at the casino next door or anybody else who can afford it. The food is excellent, the atmosphere classy.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
we didn't like it today, first we had to wait for the waiter in an almost empty restaurant, then the soup was not hot and the main course, roasted beef with pasta was average, sticky pasta like heated in the micro wave and an orange sauce sweet from the carrots.
4 based on 38 reviews
This is a good choice if you pass or stay in Baden.
Family restaurant with smoking and non smoking part inside and a Terrace in front.
The atmosphere is good - like in a big living room - people are talking, playing cards, drinking beer or local wine and enjoy domestic food.
Wiener snitzel, potato salad, sausages etc.
The prices are also very good, so you do not have to worry about your budget.
Everbody is friendly and helpful.
When we were there it was crowded so maybe you should make a reservation if you go in a bigger group.
4.5 based on 451 reviews
We were here for lunch and ordered the daily special, a 3 course meal. The first course came quickly and was definitely yummy. Then we waited and waited. People came and went, ordering the same special we had. I finally flagged down a waiter and asked if we had been forgotten. He said, no, of course not, but then I saw him run to the computer. When our meal finally arrived it, too, was yummy. Our dessert was a chocolate mousse. I speak fluent German but the waiters (all of them) spoke only English with me--maybe they just wanted to practice?--but I found it annoying. I almost never bad mouth a place and maybe I'm being overly sensitive. The food was great and the price was reasonable but I got a bad vibe here.
4.5 based on 138 reviews
Wow, what a great little restaurant. We walked through the door to be greeted by the Greek owner and his two small sons. They made us feel so special. The owner had family in Australia and he was thrilled to have us there. The food was fabulous and the staff very attentive. Loved the place.
4 based on 121 reviews
How sweet the name you are!!
I've already been this restaurant several times as this restaurant beautiful foods in taste and in friendly service by owner, maybe his son and wife.
They especially very friendly and favorable to foreign guests.
We were very satisfied with their foods and service, thanks to those things in there, hence we could spend enjoyable time as well!!
Recommend you to visit here!
4.5 based on 22 reviews
bad food, bad service, nothing was nice there. if you are in baden and want to eat fine, just send me a message and i will tell you!
4 based on 51 reviews
This café is situated by lovely parklands and rose Gardens. It is lovely on a sunny day. You can sit outside overlooking the pond and people watch or relax watching the ducks and the occasional fish jumping. The waitresses were very pleasant. I enjoyed the coffee and cakes but this place is more about the location than its food
4.5 based on 49 reviews
4.5 based on 32 reviews
A bit outside the trodden paths, situated in the Dornau hamlet of Leobersdorf and even most GPS systems can't properly locate the address... The Kunstmühle restaurant is set in old farm buildings right next to its erstwhile chateau domain (known as Gut Dornau) and gets its fish fresh from there. And the chef knows fish... and prepares it a no frills no nonsense kind of way, do not expect fancy tidbits artfully arranged on designer plates here. Our favourites are the local lake Saibling or else salmon trout. Excellent rainbow trout is almost always on the menu too of course.
Secret tip for fish lovers: on Friday mornings, entry to the fishmonger situated in the buildings of the "Gut" is open for the general public. Enter through the gates into the beautiful park, watch live fish still swimming in its tanks, line up(!) and buy fish at the counter.
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