French restaurants in Vienna
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A charming little café near the Piaristenkirche, Café der Provinz brings a touch of France to Vienna. Choose from sweet crepes, served with the likes of Nutella, chocolate, or honey, or sour galettes (buckwheat crepes, cooked on one side only) complemented by ham, cheese or egg. It's a sweet spot any time of the year - inside in winter it's warm and cosy and outside in summer the streetside seating is cool and breezy.
This intimate, exquisite French restaurant serves from a small, seasonal menu and has the relaxed style of a French noble bistro. The patron, Walter Bauer, and the chef de cuisine, Tommy Möbius – both celebrated figures on the Austrian restaurant scene – complement French styles with broader influences from Mediterranean countries such as Spain. Delicious pigeon breast can feature on the menu here.