Konoba: "Croatian specialities - including fresh fish" Vienna Restaurant Tip by morgenhund
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Konoba is a Croatian restaurant, with a strong emphasis on fish and seafood, although for diners who don't enjoy these choices there are always meat dishes and vegetarian dishes. There is also a range of white and red wines and numerous beers on tap - although strangely none of the beers are Croatian! I went as part of a large group and they put together a long table for us and were very attentive and the service was good and the food great. Their choice of fish was top notch and the prices were very competitive - mains being aroung EUR 9-12 with starters from EUR 2.50. They also have a good range of aperitifs and digestives and the atmosphere is pleasant and informal.
Favorite Dish: For the non-meat eater their veal, beef and lamb dishes are well worth tasting - often served with gnocchi. They have a wide range of fish - and seafood - friends reported that the mussels were excellent. I went for an Ajvar for starter - very simple and traditional, but very tasty. The veal with plums and gnocchi was very tasty and the figs with a port sauce and vanilla ice cream made a tasty dessert.
Address: Lerchenfelderstr. 66-68 A-1080 Wien
Comparison: about average
Directions: 8th district 46 tram route down Lerchenfelderstrasse
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