Second Edition – English

Updates for the Second Edition of The Vegan Tourist: Vienna (printed version and Kindle eBook) – published in May 2016. I am not including updates about prices, opening hours, or company holidays on this page. This kind of detailed information will only be updated in the next edition of the book.

1st district:

I love Veggie Burger closed in mid-December 2016, after about a year of doing business. At the same address, another vegan restaurant, Veggiezz, opened at the beginning of 2017. Address: Salzgries 9, 1010 Vienna. Phone: (+43)-(0)1-382 00 11. Opening hours: Mondays – Fridays 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM, Saturdays 12:00 noon – 11:00 PM, Sundays 12:00 noon – 10:00 PM. Website and Facebook. I haven’t been there yet, and don’t know if you need to pay in cash, or can use a credit card. They serve burgers, wraps, soups, pasta, and similar dishes. Lunch specials are available on weekdays. (Updated on May 4, 2017).

2nd district:

In the spring of 2017, Veganista’s fourth ice cream parlor opened at Taborstrasse 15. Veganista sells only vegan ice cream. There’s no in-store seating, and there are no customer bathrooms. Veganista’s opening hours change throughout the year, and are usually published on their website. On their Facebook site, they also publish which flavors are sold at which locations every day. In the spring of 2017, this branch’s opening hours were 12:00 noon – 10:00 PM, daily. Website and Facebook. (Updated on May 4, 2017).

A third location of the restaurant Yamm! was supposed to open at Praterstern in the fall of 2016. However, in the spring of 2017, this location is still closed. (Updated on May 4, 2017).

4th district:

Frühstück & Mittags bei mir changed its name and contact information. It’s now called Ven(ga) vegetarisches Bistro. Website and Facebook.

6th district:

Nat’Naa, a small vegetarian restaurant, closed at the end of September 2016. (Updated May 4, 2017).

Raw Shop, which renamed itself and did business for a short while under the name of Lovely Food, was closed at the end of January 2017. (Updated May 4, 2017).

7th district:

Pirata Sushi, a vegan sushi bar, closed in mid-December 2016, after doing business for about two years.

8th district:

Swing Kitchen, a vegan burger chain, opened its third location in Vienna in the spring of 2017. Address: Josefstädterstraße 73, 1080 Vienna. Opening hours: daily, 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM. Website and Facebook. (Updated May 4, 2017).

9th district:

Less than a year after it opened, the vegan bistro MikkaMakka closed in mid-2016. The owners then managed the bistro at the vegan supermarket Maran Vegan for a while, but they’re not doing that anymore either. The owners of Maran Vegan now manage the bistro themselves. (Updated May 4, 2017).

At the end of April 2016, Veganista, a chain of all-vegan ice cream parlors, opened its 3rd shop in Vienna’s 9th district. I already included basic information about this third location in the book (address, website, contact information, payment options), now I can provide you with additional information. Daily opening hours change frequently, in the winter time, they are only open on Saturdays and Sundays at this location, and were closed on 25. + 26. of December, 2016, as well as on January 1, 2017.  Check their Facebook pare for opening hours. There’s no indoor seating, and no Schanigarten (outdoor seating area). There are also no customer bathrooms. (Updated January 1, 2017).

Another Veggiezz restaurant opened in the 9th district in mid-December. Address: Alserbachstraße 30, 1090 Vienna. Phone: (+43)-(0)1-310 19 97. Opening hours: Mondays – Fridays 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM, Saturdays 12:00 noon – 11:00 PM, Sundays 12:00 noon – 10:00 PM. Website and Facebook. I haven’t been there yet, and don’t know if you need to pay in cash, or can use a credit card. They serve burgers, wraps, soups, pasta, and similar dishes. Lunch specials are available on weekdays. (Updated on May 4, 2017).

12th district:

Lafafi is a small bistro in Vienna’s 12th district, which should have been included in the book (it opened in 2015), but it isn’t because I wasn’t aware of its existence. Address: Wurmbgasse 37, 1120 Vienna. Opening Hours: Mondays – Fridays 7:30 AM – 6:00 PM (closed on public holidays). They were also closed from December 24, 2016 – January 1, 2017. Phone: +43-(0)1-97 15 600. Email: office(at)lafafi.at. Website, Facebook. Bathroom Facilities: Yes. Non-Smoking: Yes. Seating Available: Yes. Schanigarten (outdoor seating area): Yes. Lafafi offers a so-called Mittagstisch: one kind of soup, and one entrée, one of which is always vegan. (Occasionally they are both vegan, you pay 9.90 Euros for both.) There’s also a “salad of the day” (small: 4.90 Euros; large: 6.90 Euros), and you can usually get one vegan dessert. All the food’s organic, and Lafafi uses primarily whole grains, rice, potatoes/yams, and pasta for its main dishes. (Updated January 1, 2016).

The vegan restaurant Vegana Indiana opened in June 2016. It’s located at the same address where the vegan restaurant Bruschette Bio Bar used to do business. Address: Schönbrunner Straße 235, 1120 Vienna. Opening Hours: Tuesdays – Thursdays 11:00 AM – 10:00 PM, Fridays – Saturdays 11:00 AM – 11:00 PM. Closed on Sundays and Mondays. The kitchen closes at 9:30 PM. Phone: +43-(0)1-810 23 00. Website and  Facebook. Email: office@vegana-indiana.at. Free WiFi: No information available. Debit Cards: No. Credit Cards: No. Bathroom Facilities: Yes. Dogs Welcome: Yes. Non-Smoking: Yes. Seating Available: Yes. Schanigarten: No. The restaurant specializes in vegan, gluten-free dishes, and uses many seasonal and local products. (Updated June 16, 2016).

20th district:

Yili Millennium City is now closed. Not sure exactly when it closed its doors (end of 2016 ?). (Updated on May 4, 2017).

22nd district:

After just six months, Wendelins Küche closed its doors on April 28, 2016. It re-opened at a different location, but now also serves meat and fish. It will not be included in future editions of The Vegan Tourist: Vienna. (Updated April 30, 2016).