Restaurant Kronprinz Rudolph
The Finest in Viennese Cuisine
Love of beauty is taste. Ralph Waldo Emerson.
A restaurant with imperial Viennese charm—Restaurant Kronprinz Rudolph on Taborstraße makes a lasting impression on local residents and vacationers alike. Thanks to its central location just a few minutes’ walk outside Vienna’s First District, it is the ideal place to spend a successful evening.
The Viennese restaurant owes its name to Crown Prince Rudolf of Austria-Hungary, who married Princess Stephanie of Belgium on May 9th, 1881. As a sign of his respect for the crown-princely couple, the then-proprietor of the “White Rose” renamed his establishment “Hotel Stefanie”—and the restaurant located within was named after the Crown Prince. In keeping with this tradition, you can to this day enjoy a refined and sophisticated dining experience at Restaurant Kronprinz Rudolph.
The celebratory backdrop is provided by the elegant ballroom of the restaurant. High ceilings, massive chandeliers, air-conditioning and classic decoration greet you upon your visit.
As for cuisine, you can look forward to first-class Viennese fare of worldwide renown.
For guests from abroad, we recommend A Taste of Imperial Vienna—a seven-course culinary symphony of typical Viennese dishes.
A special tradition is brunch on Sunday and on special holidays—with background music, of course. Enchanting is also the adjoining Hofgarten, which offers outdoor dining with a difference. During the summer, you can enjoy the delicacies of the typical Viennese cuisine, Austrian coffees and cakes, snacks, ice-cream creations and cocktails.