Schank zum Reichsapfel

Austrian in Prater & East of the Danube

This is a delightfully warm, wooden Heuriger (wine tavern) in the traditional mould, with dark-wood panelling, a tiled oven and a jovial crowd of locals digging into platters of rustic bread, speck, ham, sausage and salami, and sipping Austrian wines. More substantial mains hailing from Carinthia are of the Schopfbratl (pork roast) with dumplings, goulash and Kasnudeln (cheese noodles) ilk.

There is a particularly fine offering of brandies produced especially for the tavern.