UNTIL THEY SCREAM YOUR NAME: RESTAURANT MIZNON IN VIENNA

That we do really love Vienna and its comfort food, we already told you some days ago in this article. But after all the ‘Knödel’ and traditional food, we really needed something fresh and different. So we tried the restaurant ‘Miznon’ in Vienna.

LIKE A COSY STREET FOOD PLACE WITH NICE INTERIOR

After Tel Aviv and Paris, they opened their restaurant – which is more like a really well designed street-food place – in the inner city of Vienna. And we have to confess: Not only the food (especially the various pita dishes) is great, but also the cozy and chaotic atmosphere made us fall in love with Miznon.

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Chef Eyal Shani of Miznon is famous for his neo-israeli creations. But the food here in Vienna is a mixture of local sourced ingredients and different influences.

THE RECIPES? KEEP IT SIMPLE

Chef Eyal Shani creates great dishes following the ‘Naked Food’ philosophy: Don’t go too far away from the actual ingredients, which are sourced locally. The best example: the cauliflower which is served in whole. Here the chef tries to see it for what it is and only wants to maximize the taste instead of covering it with spices or many sauces. When you go there: Try one!

THE ATMOSPHERE HERE IS A AMAZING

And as we said, when visiting Miznon in Vienna you feel like you just stepped into a lovely, but crazy family place: First you choose a dish from the handwritten menu, then order directly at the counter and wait until they scream your name to pick up your dish.

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Great meat, but also vegetarian and vegan pitas available.

The recommendation of chef Eyal Shani? “Minute Steak in the pita, the ‘Dinosaur Rib’ (a whole slow cooked rib of a cow) or the ‘Chicken Spachtel’ which we created especially for our restaurant in Vienna.”

Adress: Schulerstraße 4, 1010 Vienna – Austria

Opening hours: daily, 12.00 – 22.30

Visit their facebook site here.

Photo credits: Angelo Kreuzberger / Lisa Leutner

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