Category Archives: Vienna

Original Sacher-Torte

Café Sacher. A-1010 Wien · Philharmonikerstraße 4

Café Sacher is more than just an ordinary coffee house – it’s essentially an institution in Vienna. Any trip to the Austrian capital city would be incomplete without a visit to this historic landmark. In fact, thousands of visitors flock to the City of Music to experience the original Sachertorte cake. Making this cake even more exclusive is the fact that it is only produced in two Austrian cities – the capital city of Vienna and the famous romantic city of Salzburg. Continue reading

Posted in Vienna | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Persian Saffron Rice Pudding with Rose Water – Schole Zard: Safranreispudding mit Rosenwasser

Restaurant Pars. A-1080 Wien · Lerchenfelderstraße 148

To top off the amazing Persian cuisine experience, Restaurant Pars offers a handful of traditional desserts and ice cream. Schole Zard, Persian version of rice pudding, is one of the sweet treats awaiting diners. Continue reading

Posted in Vienna | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Djudje Torsch: Grilled Chicken Legs, Marinated with Pomegranate Syrup and Persian Limes, with Rice and Salad – Djudje Torsch: Mit Granatapfelsirup & persischen Limetten marinierte Hühnchenkeulen vom Grill mit Reis und Salat

Restaurant Pars. A-1080 Wien · Lerchenfelderstraße 148

Vienna is one of the most vibrant, cultured, and attractive places in the world. Seeing that many international organizations, like the United Nations, have offices here, it’s no wonder that Austria’s capital city is also a diverse and multicultural hub. Vienna is bustling with restaurants specializing in cuisines from all over the globe. Restaurant Pars, a Persian establishment located in the city’s 7th district, is a prime example of the many rich, international flavors that can be experienced in the City of Music. Continue reading

Posted in Vienna | Tagged , | Leave a comment