Israeli in Stephansdom & the Historic Centre

Clanging pots, loose produce on barely finished wooden shelves and bar stools letting you peer directly into the kitchen to chat with the chefs bring Israeli street-food style into the heart of Vienna’s first district. Miznon prides itself on friendly, fun service and its mouth-watering cauliflower, grilled and served whole, to be eaten by hand alongside many creative varieties of pita sandwiches.

It can get crowded here and wait times when busy are long, but founder Eyal Shani is renowned for his restaurants in Tel Aviv and Paris, so you know it’s worth it. Just make sure through the chaos and noise of the place you don’t miss your name being called for your meal.