Tian's moto speaks for itself "satisfy both your conscience and your tastebuds". Tian means vegetarian, and Tian means business. They have created a modern approach to all encompassing vegetarian fare. Tian sources its food from farms they have close relationships with as well as their own market garden in Carinthia, in the south of Austria. A seasonally inspired menu features dishes such as Carrot and ginger soup, nettle whole wheat linguini flavored with Riesling foam and Testun al Barolo or Vienna Savarin with mango, vanilla ice cream. Vegetarian or not, your taste buds and body will thank you for choosing to dine at Tian.
*Tian offers breakfast from 9am-11am on Saturdays only
In this little, informal Austrian restaurant you will find small wooden tables and a petit bar.... Read more