The Fine Dining Vienna List - A Culinary Adventure

Fine Dining in Vienna

Travelling to Vienna? Make your trip even more perfect by including some of the city’s most famous fine dining restaurants in your to-go travel list. From Michelin star restaurants to rooftop restaurants in the City of Music, experience the best meal you’ve ever had in the heart of Vienna.

To ensure you get the best fine dining experience in Vienna, we’ve recommended # fine dining restaurants you must check out during your stay. Note that every restaurant has its own operating hours, so please take note to not miss out on any of them.

Austrian Cuisine

Discover the best of Vienna through its local dishes. Here are 4 fine dining restaurants for great Viennese food.

1. Steirereck

Steirereck gives its own take of Austrian cuisine in a contemporary style to highlight the deliciousness of Austria’s produce.

Several food options offered by Steirereck includes ‘Attersee’ Pike with Elderberry, Curly Leaf Kale & Meyer Lemon and Beans Stew with Puntarella, Rosehips, Yacón & Pistaccio. With a contemporary take on Austrian cuisine, discover the deliciousness of local food in a different setting.

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 11:30am to 2:30pm & from 6:30pm onwards (closed on public holidays)
  • Address: Am Heumarkt 2A, 1030 Wien

2. Schwarzes Kameel

Established since 1618 in Wien, Schewarzes Kameel has continued to deliver Viennese culinary pleasures through their food by staying true to century-old traditions. Schewarzes Kameel operates a restaurant, bar, delicatessen, patisserie, and beletage, providing numerous options to choose from depending on your needs and wants.

SRecommended dishes popular among customers here include the creamy veal goulash with homemade Nockerl (butter noodles) and the Wiener Schnitzel. However, it’s also possible to just order a Viennese mélange and pair it with one of the 400 different fine wines available.

  • Opening hours:
    Restaurant: Daily from 12am to 2:30pm (last order) & 6pm to 11pm (last orders)
    Bar: Daily from 8am to 12am
  • Address: Bognergasse 5, 1010 Wien, Austria

3. Fabios

If you’re looking for a breakfast, lunch, or dinner fine dining experience, Fabios is the place to go. Even if you’re just looking to have some coffee or a drink at the bar, Fabios’s delicious dishes and strategic location makes it a popular fine dining restaurant to go to.

When you’re here, try out some of their dishes like Roasted Saddle Of The Lamb On Spicy Sicilian Almond Couscous and Halibut Fillet With Cream Of Spinach And Herbs. And if you happen to come by at night any day from Wednesday to Sunday, expect to have a live DJ accompanying your dinner.

  • Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 9am to 1am
    Breakfast from 9am – 12pm
    Kitchen open from 12pm – 11pm
  • Address: Tuchlauben 4-6, 1010 Wien

4. Plachutta

Your trip to Vienna isn’t complete without trying the world famous Tafelspitz, also known as Viennese boiled beef. To ensure only the highest quality of Tafelspitz is served, Plachutta strictly maintains six criteria so only the best beef is used in the dish.

For the best fine dining experience here, pair your Tafelspitz with other side dishes like Asparagus with a herb tomato vinaigrette and chopped egg or Asparagus cream soup with herb croutons.

  • Opening hours: Daily 11.30am to 12am (Last order at 11.15pm)
  • Address: Wollzeile 38, 1010 Vienna

International Cuisine

Feeling bored of Viennese food? Here are 3 fine dining restaurants that serve non-Viennese cuisine.

5. Kornat

Enjoy some fish for your lunch or dinner at Kornat, a fish restaurant serving Croatian-Dalmatian cuisine for almost three decades. Kornat offers various variations of fish dishes, ranging from fresh fish to the popular ‘Brodetto’ stew.

Meanwhile, pair your fish with some of the best tasting wine from across the globe. Kornat also offers other alcoholic drinks, including champagne, spirits and sparkling wine.

  • Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 12pm
  • Address: Marc-Aurel-Straße 8, 1010 Wien, Austria

6. Shiki

Missing Asian food in Europe? Enjoy some of the best Japanese food you’ve ever tasted at Shiki, Austria’s first Michelin star Japanese restaurant. It offers both contemporary and authentic Japanese cuisine, with a touch of European elements, delighting both fans and non-fans of Japanese food.

It’s highly recommended to order their modern or classic sushi, Shiki’s specialty dish. For non-sushi eaters, enjoy other Japanese food selections like ramen, Wagyu burger and salad.

  • Opening hours (restaurant): Tuesday to Saturday from 12pm to 3pm & 6pm to 12am (last order at 10:30pm)
  • Address: Krugerstrasse 3, 1010 Vienna, Austria

7. Julius Meinl am Graben

Not too sure what cuisine to eat? At Julius Meinl am Graben, you can have every kind of cuisine you can think of. Whether you decide to have some caviar and risotto, a plate of sushi or just a bar of chocolate, you can have it all here. This is because Julius Meinl am Graben has more than 17,000 products on hand, ensuring you’ll always get what you want.

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday from 8am to 7:30pm & Saturday from 9am to 6pm
  • Address: Graben 19, 1010 Wien, Austria

8. Das LOFT

Who says you can’t have both view and food in Vienna? At Das LOFT, taste innovative dishes while you’re up on the rooftop. The bar is also available for those just wanting a drink or two.

Whether you choose to come for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks, be awed by the view of Vienna from up high.

  • Opening hours: Check the specific opening times


  • Address: Graben 19, 1010 Wien, Austria


Satisfy your sweet tooth without forgoing fine dining experience in Vienna at some of the city’s famous dessert stores.

9. Demel

Complete your fine dining experience in the City of Lights by trying some of the best desserts in the city at Demel. Choose from a wide selection of cakes and ice cream (ice cream is served only from April to September), depending on your taste preference.

Several cake choices you may enjoy include Apple Strudel, Sachertorte or Fächertorte. For ice-cream, try out Punschkrapferl or Demel’s special "Cat's Tongues" ice cream. For the best dining experience here, sit down at Demel’s terrace as you consume your choice of dessert.

  • Opening hours: Daily from 8am to 7pm
  • Address: Kohlmarkt 14, 1010 Wien, Austria

10. House of Time

Can we add here to focus on a all day gourmet breakfast of House of Time? Ob course it would take them to rent a suite here. But an all day gourmet breakfast is something special, as well to eat breakfast in your luxury residence suit is something unique.

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