Wratschko did not need to be hip and trendy to get the attention of Anthony Bordain. In fact, the charming and traditional atmosphere of this beisl reflects the authentic dishes served here. With low, dim lights and marked by dark wood accents Wratschko is more like a Weiner pub. Wratschko is famous for their meatballs, but also serve up delicacies like veal tongue. Savory dishes are accented by scrumptious details like sweetbreads with marinated peppers and caramelized zucchini. Expect a delightful selection of beer you can indulge in, prices are extremely reasonable. A favorite spot of locals and tourists alike, its advisable to make reservations, especially if you are adamant about getting a table in the non-smoking section.
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