The store is very small and it’s easy to miss. It has just enough space for eight people standing inside, comparable to an elevator. My recommendation is to watch out for a line of people.
Behind the counter the chef prepares those wonderful tasting sandwiches. It’s a one man show. With his mechanical moves, he finishes another sandwich every 5 minutes, sometimes with sausage, but most of the time with grilled meat. That’s my favorite. But all of those sandwiches have something in common, all are served with this wonderful “Jahrhundertsauce” (century sauce, a secret recipe with probably curry inside).
The sausage is called “Bosna”. Those sandwiches are very typical for Vienna and you can have it everywhere when you go out at night. As you might know, after a few drinks, the unhealthy stuff tastes wonderful.
It’s so big, that two people can have enough. My tip is to go there before Oktoberfest, it’s just a five minute walk away, then you are well prepared.
My conclusion: you will never eat döner kebab again.