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Restaurants in Vienna, Prague and Budapest

Diane in Bexley Jun 11, 2012 08:18 AM

Slowly but surely we are creating a short list, here's what we have so far, please critique or add your suggestions, thanks!

Vienna - Plachutta, Fabio, Steiereck's, Meixner's, Gmoakeller, Meierei

Budapest - Onyx, Rosenstein, Caffee GianMario, Borkonyha Kitchen, Hunyadi Etterem Restaurant, Cafe Bouchon, Lugas Etterem

Prague - Sansho, Cafe de Paris & Restaurant Sarah Bernhardt (Hotel Paris), La Degustation, Artisan Cafe, Kolkovna,

  1. hblnk Jun 11, 2012 12:45 PM

    Dear Diane,

    If you took out Plachutta, Gmoakeller and Sarah Bernhardt and were to add Zum Finsteren Stern, Freyenstein and Konyrna I would help you schlepp your luggage on the trip!


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    1. re: hblnk
      Diane in Bexley Jun 13, 2012 10:17 AM

      You're certainly welcome to join us if you can pay your own way. We could cancel the driver from Vienna to Prague via Cesky Krumlov? Sounds like we must be on the right track, thanks!

      1. re: Diane in Bexley
        Harry_in_Warsaw Jun 13, 2012 10:36 AM

        For Prague I can highly recommend Cestr (Czech beef at its very best) and Chagall's Club Restaurant for supper and Lokal for lunch and superb beer (Lokal Inn is the better of the two Lokals). In Cesky Krumlov do not miss the yeast beer at the brewery: I'd rate it as the very best beer on this planet but it is only sold at the brewery bar/restaurant.

    2. gblcsw Jun 13, 2012 08:34 PM

      Highly recommend Costes along with Onyx in Budapest. Also, for "down to earth" Hungarian food, try Bock Bistro.

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