Miznon is known for its entertaining staff, energetic atmosphere, good food, and lively music. It's a place where you will feel right at home, and the staff members even feel like friends you've known for years. It's often a loud restaurant and fast-paced, but fills you with positive vibes, and of course, outstanding food. They have an open kitchen where you can see the fresh ingredients being used right in front of you. Some of their unique menu items include a cauliflower pita, a chickpea bowl with egg, the Pitaburger, and a banana Nutella pita. They have plenty of traditional foods as well, such as lamb kabobs, ratatouille, and a variety of deliciously cooked vegetables. If you are looking for a fun and upbeat dining experience, Miznon is where you want to be. You're sure to leave with a boost of energy and a belly full of fresh Middle Eastern food.
Neni's goal is to bring ethnic Middle Eastern foods to the heart of Vienna and other cities around the world. Dining in the Naschmarkt is a unique experience in itself because you can feel the energy of the market through your entire meal. All of the spices you smell in the market are brought to life in Neni's dishes. If you appreciate flavor and an energetic atmosphere, you won't leave this restaurant disappointed. If you come for breakfast you can enjoy an avocado toast, shakshuka with organic eggs, vegan blueberry porridge with coconut milk, or the Oriental breakfast with fava beans, hummus, and eggs. In the afternoon you can begin your meal with a variety of vegetable-based starters, such as roasted cauliflower, oven eggplant, falafel, or oriental spring rolls. Then, for the main course, you can enjoy a fillet of salmon, lamb shank, or Sabich among several other options. The menu at Neni has something for everyone. All menu items are marked with common allergens to try to accommodate for all dietary needs. Dining at Neni at the Naschmarkt will give you a unique experience. You will taste some of the best Middle Eastern food the city has to offer.
Café Eskeles is named after Bernhard Freiherr von Eskeles who was born in Vienna in 1753. He grew up as the son of a rabbi and in 1773 he co-founded the band house: Arnstein and Eskeles. Later, Eskeles became one of the founders of the Austrian National Bank as well. This restaurant has received high remarks from travelers around the world and has been published in several newspapers and magazines. Though the cafe is located in the Jewish Museum, it is open to anyone who wants a unique Israeli dining experience in the center of Vienna. There are a wide range of vegetarian and kosher options, including the best Israeli and Austrian kosher wines to choose from. Some of the dishes rotate but, while the house favorites tend to stay around, there are always amazing Mediterranean and Israeli specialties to try.
Bahur-Tov is one of the oldest kosher restaurants in Vienna serving a variety of regional, oriental, international, and Jewish dishes. Asher Davidov founded the restaurant, naming it "Bahur-Tov", which means "good boy" in Hebrew. He received a lot of praise for this name as it brings back pleasant memories. Asher was strongly involved in the local Jewish community and opened the restaurant upon request by community members who wanted Jewish, Asian, and international kosher food. This restaurant has been a popular place ever since its opening. Both locals and travelers from around the world have given Bahur-Tov great reviews for their service, reasonable prices, location, and of course, fabulous food. The restaurant is located in the center of the Jewish district and is convenient for the thousands of visitors who explore the area. They also offer catering for all types of events and occasions, from seminars and meetings, to receptions and parties. Whether you're in the mood for lamb skewers, a falafel sandwich, teriyaki salmon, Shanghai beef, or a hamburger, you'll be sure to find something delicious from their multi-cultural menu.