Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Schwechat, Lower Austria, Austria. Schwechat (German pronunciation: [ˈʃvɛçaːt]) is a town southeast of Vienna known for the Vienna International Airport and Schwechater beer. The city is home to the refineries of the Austrian national oil company OMV.
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4 based on 101 reviews
We loved this charming place. Only reason I scored it a 4 is because there were quite a few patrons smoking and it can be very bothersome, but that's not really the restaurant's fault. We ordered a small portion of ribs (the large portion can easily serve 2 people) and the grilled turkey with fresh vegetables. Both were very good! Then we both had an apple strudel, which was served warm, with cream, and was the best I've ever had!!!
4 based on 359 reviews
Excellent service and delicious local food. There were many locals and few tourists when we went, but the attention we got from the staff was superb. If you want authentic local cuisine, this is where to go.
4 based on 274 reviews
We visited Pizzeria Pozzuoli off the back of all of the excellent Tripadvisor reviews, we love using TA to get insider tips on great places to eat when we're away, and have never been let down before, but this dining experience really took the biscuit!!We arrived at about 7:15, the restaurant was busy and there was only one waitress seemingly serving, but we got given a table within 5 minutes or so and were looking forward to trying the great pizza everyone mentioned in their reviews. 2 hours later (yes, that's right- 2 HOURS FOR A PIZZA) we finally received the first of the pizzas we had ordered, a Bufalina and there was MEAT INSIDE IT. My husband is a vegetarian, so he was absolutely shocked to realise that he had inadvertently eaten meat for the first time in 5 years. This was not advertised on the menu, the menu stated that the pizza had mozarella, basil and tomato- no mention of any ham etc, and the pizza looked like some kind of weird calzone rather than an actual pizza. I then asked the waitress whether it was supposed to have meat in it as my husband is a vegetarian, and she just looked bemused and said yes. I had to then request that my capricciosa (which had still not arrived, 10 minutes after my husband's pizza) be served without meat so he could have that and I could have his. My pizza then arrived, not only missing the meat- but also the artichoke which was the main reason I ordered it in the first place!There was no apology for the length of time we had to wait, the waitress was surly, seemingly those who came in for collection of takeout pizza got their orders well before those sitting in the restaurant and in the end we didn't even get what we ordered! If I'd been able to speak better German I would absolutely have refused to pay for our meal, I was absolutely furious- and to top it all off it was my husband's birthday, so I felt absolutely awful for him! Others in the restaurant just walked out and I wish we had done the same.I would not return to this restaurant if you paid me and would give it 0 stars if I could!
4 based on 250 reviews
StrÃ¶ck Feierabend is a modern spin-off of the well-known Austrian bakery chain StrÃ¶ck. This new bistro type restaurant mixes traditional bakery with food and wine in a bio-friendly, simple clean-cut dÃ©cor. The aim of the owners is sustainability, thus they are working with regional high quality products that have low ecological impact. Following their philosophy I had their spring salad and the Feierabend eggs with spinach and mushrooms, going thus for simple dishes made of simple ingredients. The salad was made of their own grown grilled vegetables, pickle salad, ricotta cheese and topped with a lemon chutney dressing and it was simply exquisite, all the vegetables were tasty, organic and of high quality. Eggs were cooked to perfection and you could literally tell that all other ingredients, like the spinach, mushrooms were really fresh and again of good quality, smashing delicious. I would also like to give a particular mention to their own baked bread which was simply delicious. The service also deserves praise, our waiter was very nice, friendly and accommodating, he knew what he was doing, first rate service. My experience was pleasant and the food was tasty, fresh and outstanding, which is justifying every penny spent. Totally recommended for a nice and laidback breakfast/brunch.
4 based on 182 reviews
This establishment feels like a true Viennese pub. It has a bar and a few tables, though there was a second floor with a private party that evening. The bartender took our order--a couple pilsners on tap, weiner schnitzel with potatoes and salad, duck and blueberry risotto, and chocolate pie with berries--all excellent. Good service.
4 based on 665 reviews
This is a fun place because the jolly proprietor seems to know most of the customers, and if you are new he will get to know you too, always with a glass of wine in hand. They have the usual Austrian schnitzel, goulasch, etc. but also some more creative dishes. We had two of these, a chicken and a lamb dish, and they were both excellent. The soup with cut pancakes was an excellent starter. The place is obviously very popular and was totally full when we were there - reservations are strongly advised.
4 based on 887 reviews
Dear guests, due to our company holidays our restaurant is closed from January 27th until February 10th !
Just popped in as spontanists on a Saturday evening, no table booked. Friendly welcoming and they managed to fix a table. Nice and friendly atmosphere. Good food. Nice wine list. Professional and friendly service. For sure worth a visit, and to come back. Donât hesitate, just go there. The kitchen have ambitions and deliver.
4 based on 960 reviews
Even though we had booked a table we still had to wait 20 minutes to be seated and then a further 25 minutes to order drinks and then a wait to order our meal. Therefore expect to be some time. The staff were pleasant but verty rushed. Either someone was sick or they do not employ enough people. My schnitzel was enormous however.
4 based on 358 reviews
the Stern is closed just 3 days a Year, 24th December, 31st December and 1st January
Nice small restaurant. Mostly for local residents. And that's great! Nice staff and very good meal&beer.
4 based on 630 reviews
Stopped here for dinner while waiting for my flight home from a business trip. The restaurant was busy, but the staff, especially Marcel PorubÃ¤n, were fast, friendly, and attentive. The pizza hit the spot and the chocolate brownie satisfied my sweet tooth!
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