Found this restaurant courtesy of the National Geographic Vienna Style Guide and we absolutely loved it. It's a quirky little spot under a railway arch. We both had soup to start and then a main course. I am not a vegetarian but try to avoid eating meat all the time and had a spinach flan. It was so tasty. I was really surprised! The beer served is Czech and unpasturised; hubster order a dark beer (draft) and really liked it. I had a couple of glasses on an excellent Crianza. Have to say the quality of everything served was top notch. The service was unhurried and friendly. For 2 beers, 2 glasses of wine, 2 soups and 2 main courses it came to €48 with a tip - thought that was excellent value. Highly recommend.
Had lunch during week here. Sat outside where they have a couple of tables and they serve out. Green peppers (guindillas) as starters and goat cheese salad as main course. Enjoyed both, peppers were spot on, salad was also good. A glass of nice gruner weltliner, what more can one ask for?
I had soup with potato and avocado, my friend had a chicken dish. The soup was ok, nothing special, the chicken was according to my friend tasty. Both dishes were tiny. Even when we had grilled padron peppers (ok, but lacking the wonderful spanish tapas taste) and plantain chips (not homemade I think) on the side, we werent full afterwards. So they should really consider putting some more food on the plates. We had only tap water on the side, and the bill was ca 30 euro. Too expensive for not getting full. Cosy atmosphere, and the waiter was friendly.