Perhaps one of the most famous restaurants in Vienna, Trzesniewski is often overrun with hungry locals and tourists fighting for space along the buffet line. The restaurant itself is small, and with only six or seven tables, seating is at a premium. Menu items are placed in glass cases and the staff stands behind them to quickly take orders from the harried crowd. The house specialty is finger sandwiches, and Trzesniewski has them in 18 varieties, including cream cheese, salami, and lobster. Beer and wine are available.
Franz Kafka lived next door to the restaurant. Sneak a peek at his former residence before you leave the area.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- No Reservations
Cash Only: 1
Cuisine Type:: Soup & Sandwich