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15, Reindorfgasse 19 · interesting places nearby
Time stands still at Quell, a traditional Beisl in suburban Rudolfsheim-Fünfhaus. The wood-panelled interior looks untouched for years, the archaic wooden chandeliers and ceramic stoves wouldn’t be out of place in a folklore museum, and some guests look as though they’ve been frequenting the place for decades. The menu is thoroughly Viennese, with goulash, pork cutlets and schnitzel featuring heavily.
That said, there is also a surprising number of fish and vegetarian options. Genial staff and quiet streetside seating add to the attractions.