This bistro opened in 2012 and quickly became popular among the Viennese for its vegan cuisine and charming interior!
The mere thought of eating here makes my mouth water. Besides the food, I also like the huge window to look out on Karmeliterplatz. Do you happen to see men in black with big hats and sidelocks? Many Orthodox Jewish call Vienna’s second district their home – if you are looking for kosher dining, check Bahur Tov or Simchas.
Back to Harvest now before getting lost in the where-to-eat-out-next shuffle. The Harvest crew carefully selects their ingredients, organic and as eco-friendly as possible.
You could try dishes like goulash with bread dumplings, lentil salad with walnuts and pears, or a Greek Salad. You should try their vegan brunch on weekends and most public holidays (10:00-15:00) also the vegan cakes are to die for.
“Mahlzeit!” [maːltsaɪt] – “Enjoy your meal!” [ɪnˈdʒɔɪ jər ˈmiːl!] – “Bon appétit” [bɔ̃n- apetit].