European Conference on Embolotherapy
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June 1-4 | Vienna, Austria

Mastering embolization

June 1-4 | Vienna, Austria

Mastering embolization

June 1-4 | Vienna, Austria

Mastering embolization

June 1-4 | Vienna, Austria

June 1-4 | Vienna, Austria

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Dining in Vienna

After a busy day of learning about the latest treatment in embolotherapy at ET 2024, don’t miss the opportunity to check out some of Vienna’s gastronomic delights. Whether you crave traditional Viennese cuisine, international flavours, or innovative fusion dishes, the city has something for every palate. Here are some recommendations from the ET Local Host Committee members:

Elke Gizewski recommends, “One of my favourite restaurants is the Hansen in the “Alte Börse,” which is in Vienna’s old stock exchange. It is an excellent combination of a special location in an old market hall with delicious meals and an innovative team.”

Christian Neumann shares a few recommendations around the city, “Both during the day and in the evening, Motto am Fluss is a good place to enjoy a cozy snack on the terrace or in the restaurant with a view of the Danube Canal.

Between Karmelitermarkt and Praterstraße, there are many small eateries with something for every taste: Japanese cuisine at Mochi, Georgian at Ansari, coffee at Goldener Papagei, exciting burgers at Weinschenke am Karmelitermarkt, as well as Neapolitan pizza at Pizza Mari or cakes at Fett und Zucker.

If you’re lucky, you’ll get a table at the Zum alten Fassl restaurant in the 5th district to enjoy classic Viennese cuisine beyond the expected Wiener Schnitzel in an authentic atmosphere.”

Florian Wolf provides a diverse range of culinary suggestions, “I recommend Gmoakeller for Viennese cuisine, Fabios for excellent Italian fare as well as Osteria Mangio e Ridi for those seeking a more budget-friendly option. And there is Cucina Itameshi for fusion Italian-Japanese cuisine lovers.”

Rupert Portugaller says, “There are a lot of nice restaurants in Vienna where one can enjoy delicious food and drinks. One of my favourites is the restaurant Wambacher, located in the western district of Hietzing, which offers traditional local cuisine.”

Manfred Cejna adds, “There are a lot of exciting new restaurants, like Loup Garou by Blue Lime in the 7th district or Kutsch in the 18th district.

There are also a lot of Cafés in the districts 1-9, but be aware that whenever you see a queue of people in front of a café, walk on, and look for cafés with only a few people inside. These are the places for the locals, so those are the ones I would recommend!”