Austrian food? What is this?
Austrian cuisine, together with that of France, is acknowledged as the most celebrated. It embraces all the incluences of the former Danube Monarchy. Thus, beside the old Austrian recipes, there are those of Bohemian, Hungarian and Italian origin. In the Western provinces Bavarian and Alemannic influence is also found. But Austrian chefs and cooks have managed to impart a typically Austrian nuance to all the dishes they have taken over. Anybody who has once visited Austria, wherever else in the world he may come across an Apfelstrudel or Wiener Schnitzel on the menu, will immediately associate these with Austria.
Our dining card only includes only meals cooked from original historic recipes from Austria, Europe. Some of those recipes was written down by hand from my grandmother, Mrs. Maria Backer, in 1904 and earlier.
In our restaurant you never will find industrial prepared food, our device is: We cook fresh. Every meal, that we serve, is carefully cooked from scratch in our kitchen, especially for you, our valued customer.
But be sure: To get all the ingredients we need, we are from time to time the nightmare of our suppliers. Sorry guy's - we do it again for our customers!!!
Schnitzel? I never had this before, what is this? A Schnitzel is a slice of meat, mainly cutted from the leg (ham). Try it - it's good!
Wiener? Do I get just a sausage? - No, you don t get a sausage. Wien is the austrian Name for Vienna, the capitol city from Austria. And, the "Wiener sausages", in Vienna (Wien) they call them "Frankfurter"