Schloss Concordia (Kleine Oper Wien)
Lonely Planet review
The gigantic stone Jesus that greets diners to Schloss Concordia is a fitting welcome mat, given the Zentralfriedhof directly opposite. It also sets the scene for inside; the bare wooden floors, gargantuan mirrors and stained-glass roof are suitably dated, and when lit by candlelight in the evening it all creates a rather eerie picture. The overgrown garden at the rear adds to the effect. The menu, which is crowded with schnitzels , will suit meat lovers; for a memorable experience, try Degustationsmenü, a hefty plate of different kinds of schnitzel. Thankfully there’s a smattering of vegetarian options, too.