When one thinks of Austrian cuisine its history, the Hapsburg Empire and its position cannot be ignored, right in the middle between central and eastern Europe
The traditional dishes in Austria are, above all, based on meat (
10 typical dishes not to miss in Austria
Thinned, breaded, and pan-fried veal cutlet that is traditionally served with a dollop of lingonberry jam, lemon wedges, and either buttered parsley potatoes, a simple potato salad, or French fries.
Boiled beef topside in broth, typically served with horseradish
Clear soup made of sliced or cubed meat slowly cooked with vegetables.
Dough dumplings filled with a stuffing of either cheese, potatoes, or both.
A dish consisting of braised offal with root vegetables in a brown sauce consisting of vinegar, wine, and blood.
Steamed yeast dumpling. It consists of soft dough which is filled with rum-spiced plum jam.
Thin layers of dough filled with a flavorful apple filling.
A dessert that looks like a fluffy, lightly caramelized, scrambled pancake.
Small espresso served with steamed milk and topped with froth.
A warming mix of hot red wine blended with sugar, orange, lemon, cloves and cinnamon stick.