cheap eats in vienna, austria
i'm studying abroad for one semester in vienna, originally from los angeles. i've had my fill of bakeries (pastries, sandwiches, etc), wurstel stands, and kebap shops. are there any other cheap eats (and some reasonable eats) here in vienna? or are there particular bakeries, wurstel stand and kebap shops that i should be visiting?
i am also looking for good asian eats, especially japanese or thai. the other day i went to a japanese place and it was utterly disgusting. i think it was called asahi or something in josefstadt.
thanks in advance for the recommendations!
My favourite falafel shop is Sababa on Rotenturmstrasse in the city. You can get a pita with falafel, or a wrapper, or a plate with salads and mixed pickles...
One of the best and least expensive Pizzerias is Guliano 2 in 9., Tendlergasse.
A great place for students also is Sly and Arny in 9., Lackierergasse.
Japanese food: try any one of the Hanil chain, all over town, for excellent sushi and tempura: http://www.garum.at/localsearch?cat=1...
Thai: out of fashion, now hard to find, better go for Vietnamese: either Saigon (Getreidemarkt), Pho Saigon (on Naschmarkt) or Good Morning Vietnam(15.,Märzstrasse).
Iranian: Hatam Grill in 9., Währingerstrasse 64, across from WUK, for great kebaps and wrappers. And the Basmati rice ...
Hope that helps !!
I'm no doubt more your age than theirs, but I guess if I don't mind being the oldest person in the room... My friend who moved back to Vienna after 30 years in Toronto is a retired architect, so a good ten years older than me; I'll drag him there when I get there to study. I'll definitely have a student budget...