This is a large but cozy restaurant with a Mediteranean atmosphere. Here, diners have the opportunity to listen to traditional songs performed by ... More
This is a large but cozy restaurant with a Mediteranean atmosphere. Here, diners have the opportunity to listen to traditional songs performed by gypsy and Yugoslav musicians. Sometimes romantic, sometimes melancholic, the accordionist and the violonist play whatever the guests feel like listening to. The restaurant is popular with pensive intellectuals, Serbian families, elegant businessmen and hungry locals who come here when other places are closed. Warm dishes are served until 2am. In the summer, there is a nice garden in the courtyard that stays cool and refreshing when temperatures are high. Just a hint: The entrance is at Schikanedergasse. The menu consists mainly of specialties from Southern Europe (Yugoslavia and Greece), but also many international and Austrian dishes. It offers a fine selection of wines; you should try Plavac—a very tasteful Croatian red wine.
We visited the restaurant by the end of September.
Mediocre service, mediocre food. And they CHEAT.
We signed a credit card note for Euro 38,70 without any tip, and they "corected" the amount to 44 Euros as we found out when the Visa account arrived.
The amount was too little to make me deny charge.
This beats the Mozart concerts by a mile! After suffering through a mediocre concert and dinner at Shonbrunn palace, we tried this place the next night. What a treat! The food was excellent- a great selection. The prices were VERY reasonable. The accordionist/singer was the highlight of our trip. His soulful playing and singing will be in my memory for years to come. AWESOME!