The prince only eats seasonal and regional produce
A modern Austrian inn with classic and modern cuisine inspired by Prince Eugene’s travels. With a combination of seasonal dishes and urban Viennese cuisine, Eugen21 offers a veritable culinary experience.
Breakfast from Monday to Friday from 6:30 to 10:30 a.m.
and Saturday to Sunday from 6:30 to 11:00 a.m.
The Andaz breakfast experience
Unlimited pleasure at our breakfast buffet
Small Viennese breakfast
Coffee or tea, Assorted bread – honey or fruit spreads, Soft boiled egg
Extended Viennese breakfast
Coffee or tea, Fresh orange juice, Assorted bread – honey or fruit spreads, Cooked ham& cheese platter, Scrambled eggs with herbs
Open sandwich with chives or cress
Cooked ham from Thum, horseradish
Cheese from the Naschmarkt
Bachmann smoked organic salmon, apple chutney
Tell us your favorite egg dish or simply choose one of our creations below.
cooked ham, pumpkin seed hollandaise, sourdough toast
buffalo mozzarella, oregano pesto
SWEET’N’SALTY POWER FOOD
sweet potatoes, broccoli, edamame, spinach
Almond milk porridge
apricot seeds, pear, cinnamon
berries, cacao nibs
coconut, passion fruit
Poppy seed waffle
lemon, ricotta, blackberries
Daily from 12:00 p.m.
THIS IS A SAMPLE OF A MENU. THE LUNCH MENU OF EUGEN21 CHANGES EVERY TWO WEEKS.
bone marrow - boiled beef - lovage - root vegetables with salty pancake slices, liver dumplings or ham dumplings
Even during Eugene's times, beef broth was the national soup of Austria. If one had to decide on a single starter offered in a tavern, it would probably be a really good, strong beef broth.
Roasted calfs liver
fried onions - chive mashed potatoes
Roasted veal sirloin is one of the most popular dishes in Austria. It is also traditional to combine it with crispy onions and potato puree.
Viennese fried chicken
potato cucumber salad
Fried chicken has been a classic Viennese cuisine since the 18th century and is often served with potato salad on the side. Less common but also very traditional, fried chicken can also be served with pumpkin seed oil marinated runner beans and chopped endive.
Original Wiener Schnitzel
einkorn rice or parsley potatoes
Fables about the origin of one of the most well-known dishes are numerous. It is a fact that Wiener Schnitzel can be found in Austrian cookbooks dating back to the 18th century and should not be missing on any authentic Austrian restaurant menu.
Galloway Beef Goulash
gherkin - egg barley - salty bread stick
Created as a simple pastoral food, the goulash in its present form found its place in the Viennese cuisine in the 18th century. The original accompaniment to goulash from the days of Hungarian herdsmen was tarhonya, a mixture of noodles and rice. The most classic Viennese side dish for goulash was and remains to be a roll or a salty bread stick.