Mraz & Sohn

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N.º 4 de 13072 sitios para comer en Viena
CerradoAbre a las 19:00
Europea, Asturiana, Opciones vegetarianas
$$$$ Precio medio: 139 €
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Su cocina asturiana, bajo la dirección de su talentoso chef, es aquí maravillosa. Este restaurante te agradará con sus sorprendentes ostras, su famoso pan de queso y sus caseros aperitivos. Aquí vas a poder saborear un atrayente pudin. Muchos de sus clientes piden su extraordinario vino, su insuperable champán o su irresistible vino blanco. Muchos usuarios mencionan que puedes beber un magnífico café en Mraz & Sohn.

Es fácil encontrar este lugar gracias a su estupenda ubicación. La mayoría de sus comensales creen que su personal es exquisito. Su divino servicio te hará sentirte especial. Podemos recomendar este establecimiento por sus precios interesantes. Este lugar tiene una atmósfera encantadora y una decoración agradable. Este restaurante con dos estrellas Michelin te propondrá unos platos excelentes cocinados por un conocido chef.

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Let me start with saying if this would be an "average" restaurant, i would definitely have given 5 stars. But great expectations (which i had based on their reputation and rating, and which explains the pricing) are difficult to meet. Basically, its a 14 course meal, that changes (presumably) every day. they did present the raw ingredients and explained their sources which i liked and then also asked for something we wouldn't like of those ingredients. Here a recommendation to the restaurant: hazelnuts, which were one main ingredient in one of the later dishes, were not mentioned, the same was true for any other allergenic ingredients. while no problem for us, this might cause difficulties. The dinner started great with a butternut squash cocktail (yes, that is a thing) and the starters were all great. (eg the fish with a coffee flavored batter). Some dishes were a bit salty in my view, but that probably comes down to personal preference. Unfortunately, the main dish was underwhelming. It most likely depends on the day you go there, but our main ingredient was "chicken". I like chicken, but there simply isn't enough distinctive flavor and taste in a chicken that can easily be transformed into a 100+€ meal. A chicken broth with mushrooms (too salty for me), a chicken meat  "cake" with a hazelnut crust (hazelnut completely dominated) to name some examples. Overall, i would have preferred either a different meat, which would in my view have made it easier to create a real food experience, or a meat alternative (fish, seafood etc) as the main dish. The cheese selection was good, but would argue that especially regarding hard cheeses, there are even better alternatives. The wine selection was great, and reasonably priced. The dinner lasted for 3:30h. while we were in no rush, i would have preferred a slightly quicker sequence. Some dishes were brought out in rapid succession, between others there were long waiting periods. To summarize: Plus: wine selection Inspired novelty in recipes Locally sourced ingredients Minus: It seems, the experience will depend a lot on the day, in our case this resulted in the lack of a "special" main dish For a highly rated restaurant, in my view the experience shouldn't depend on the day you visit, consistent excellence is what matters.
The best kept secret in Vienna
High end restaurant. Great place, delicious food.
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Dirección
Wallensteinstraße 59, Viena, Austria
Características
Asientos al aire libre Tarjetas de crédito aceptadas Wifi Reserva Acceso para discapacitados No es para llevar TV
Horario
LunesLun 19:00-00:00
MartesMar 19:00-00:00
MiércolesMié 19:00-00:00
JuevesJue 19:00-00:00
ViernesVie 19:00-00:00
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