Konstantin Filippou

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#14 of 12819 places to eat in Vienna
ClosedOpens at 18:30
Austrian, Vegetarian options
$$$$ Average price: 37-185 €
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Dominikanerbastei 17
Vienna, Austria
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If you want to remember Postsparkasse, come to this restaurant first. Austrian cuisine under the direction of the great chef is wonderful at this place. Konstantin Filippou provides nicely cooked amuse bouches, caviar and brandade. You are offered to eat good ice cream, yogurt and praline. Delicious wine, champagne or beer are among the most popular drinks at this place. This place is known for great coffee or good white tea.

The homely atmosphere of this spot allows customers to relax after a hard working day. The competent crew at this restaurant can demonstrate how much they like their clients. The fine service is something these restaurateurs care about. Prices here are reported to be attractive. The beautiful decor is suitable for the interior of Konstantin Filippou. The two-star Michelin restaurant will serve you gourmet meals cooked by a well-known chef.

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I invited my pregnant girlfriend out for a nice dinner to celebrate her graduation of becoming an architect.I called Konstantin Filippou in advance to make sure that they could prepare a menu without raw meat etc. at the same time I also asked if they had an alternative to the wine menu without alcohol for her. I specifically asked if they had a juice pairing - but the woman on the phone didn't even know what that was. I had to explain it. Fair enough.The day came and we were excited to go to a 2 star Michelin restaurant. When we arrived they asked my girlfriend if there was anything in the menu she couldn't eat. Whereas I was told on the phone that the restaurant would prepare something for her. They hadn't.We order the big 8 course menu and my girlfriend eat what she could eat to not make a big thing out of it. I order a whine paring and my girlfriend a juice. I got my first glass of wine but they forgot her juice. She got hers 10 min after I got my wine.During dinner we got only fish dishes which is fine however after 8 dishes it would have been nice with some variety in between. There was 8 different wines for the wine pairing. But each time I got a new wine the waiter poured the new wine into the same glass as the previous wine. After this had happened 3 times I asked for a new glass. Then the waiter came with a glass where there was lips on the edge. This may never happen and it is just not okay. Over all the food was fine but missed better presentation. The service was below average and if I would be a reviewer I not give them a single Michelin star. The whole experience was very disappointing. I would not recommend anyone to go there. There are way better alternatives in Vienna.
I can "just" review the business lunch, since I haven't yet had the chance to have dinner at this place unfortunately. One can either choose 3 or 4 course menu which is supported by various "compliments" / treats in between the dishes. Even though it is not priority one to just fill your belly you will have enough even with the 3 course menu. One should prepare oneself for a taste experience rather than just eat, I know it sounds rather strange but that's pretty much what you can expect. A potpourri of known and maybe unknown flavors conducted in interesting or maybe new ways to tease your gums. If you would just want to eat you would not pay 40-50 € pP, but than again if you count all you get it is about 10 € per course which is pretty fair for a 2 Michelin star restaurant isn't it? :)
If you would consider spending €200 for a dinner, this is the place to do it. Exquisite and original dishes, wonderful wine pairings, top notch service, and comfortable atmosphere. Each course seemed to hold a surprise.
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Dominikanerbastei 17, Vienna, Austria
Outdoor seating Сredit cards accepted No Wi-Fi Booking Wheelchair accessible No takeaway No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon 12:00-15:00, 18:30-00:00
TuesdayTue 12:00-15:00, 18:30-00:00
WednesdayWed 12:00-15:00, 18:30-00:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-15:00, 18:30-00:00
FridayFri 12:00-15:00, 18:30-00:00
SaturdaySat Closed

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