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Open now 10:00 - 00:00
$$$$ Price range per person 11-21 €
Riemergasse 10, Vienna
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Vienna, Austria

Peace Museum Vienna is a great attraction for tourists who come to eat at this restaurant after long walks. The menu of Austrian cuisine provides authentic food at Pürstner. Check out mouthwatering pork ribs, wiener schnitzels and cotoletta this place offers. Nothing can be better than trying good apple strudels, gelato and pancakes. Delicious draft beer, house wine or cordial are among the most popular drinks at this spot. Take your chance to taste great americano, juice or tea.

The intimate atmosphere of this restaurant allows guests to relax after a hard working day. Most visitors mention that the staff is energetic. Fabulous service is something clients appreciate here. Pürstner offers you a great choice of dishes at adequate prices. According to the guests' opinions, the decor looks divine. Trip users rated this place 4.5 out of 5.

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Don’t even bother to visit if you are Asians. We went in at 5pm, and there is only 1 table of customers. They just refused to serve us and gave excuse saying it’s full. Guys, if you want to lie, do it better. The receptionist needs the bartender to tell you it’s full house today?
We really enjoyed the food at Puerstner. So much so that we went twice in one week! Can't wait to go back next time we're in Vienna! I would recommend booking as it's a very popular restaurant.
One of the things I hated most about traveling by myself in Europe was the fact that I had to eat by myself, which would often result in me being tucked away in an unassuming corner, receiving lackluster service, or being stared at. As a result, I had a tendency to avoid eating in super popular restaurants or just skimping by on fast food. However, on my last night in Vienna, I was feeling tired and a little lonely, so I decided to just go and treat myself somewhere nice. I decided upon Pürstner, which was not only recommended on TripAdvisor (I wasn't a huge Yelper at the time), but it was also on a Chinese list sent to me by my parents. I have to say I was quite pleased with the choice. When I arrived, there was actually no wait at all. The servers were friendly, and asked me if I wanted to be seated at the bar or the table. I ended up seated in a small table, which was perfect for a single person. I ordered the spare ribs, which were a super reasonable price. Plus I was shocked when they carried out a huge platter filled with potatoes and a whole rack of ribs. I wasn't expecting that much food, especially since I'm this pretty small Asian girl who really doesn't eat much. I think the people sitting around me, especially the couple sitting across from me, were also pretty surprised because they kept glancing at me throughout my meal. I think I impressed everyone, including myself, when I polished off half off the meat. I guess it was just that delicious. My one small complaint about the experience happened when I was finished with my meal. Now understandably I think that people usually don't take their leftovers to go, but the server was definitely a little too unprepared when I asked to do so. After all, there was still an entire rack of ribs left that I didn't want to go to waste, as well as some delicious potatoes that I was looking forward to eating. Unfortunately, all they gave me was the leftover ribs wrapped up in aluminum foil. Overall, this place has left me with a memorable experience that I still talk and laugh about with friends and family. Even if you're not here for the same reasons as me, I think you'll find delicious food here. On a final note, you are expected to pay tip here!
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Riemergasse 10, Vienna, Austria
Features
Сredit cards accepted Outdoor seating Booking No takeaway TV
Opening hours
SundaySun 10:00-00:00
MondayMon 10:00-00:00
TuesdayTue 10:00-00:00
WednesdayWed 10:00-00:00
ThursdayThu 10:00-00:00
FridayFri 10:00-00:00
SaturdaySat 10:00-00:00

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