Gourmet-Guides' voices about Das Schick Restaurant
Gourmet-Guides & Tripadvisor reviews
The Viennese Das Schick Restaurant at Hotel Am Parkring proudly looks back on several accolades. Das Schick Restaurant is a favourite with restaurant critics; 85 points by Falstaff and 15 out of 20 points by Gault Millau.
Extracts from the Gourmet-Guides' reviews:
||"Exciting Austrian-Spanish cross-over, composed with many domestic ingredients and Spanish cooking ideas. Located very beautiful on the 12th floor high above the “Ringstraße"."
||“We know: A hotel restaurant is not necessarily exciting. The interior design of the Schick in Hotel am Parkring is also not all the rage, however, the stunning views over the city park and its surroundings make up for it. The food here is of an equally high level. The menu boasts a Hispanic-influenced four-course meal and several à la carte dishes. We ordered both. Delicious bread and butter creations and a scallop as an Amuse gueule open the evening. Then a Branzino grilled on a skewer served with avocado cream and vanilla olive oil, playfully drizzled to look like small snakes, and tuna in a salad heart stock. Delicate aromas, subtle, harmonious. The pea gazpacho and the nettle soup were pure, authentic, perfect. The Estofado of veal, a kind of stew, surpassed the description of “spring flavors”, small morels, tips of wild asparagus, mini carrots and radishes; a spring festival. The braised Iberian cheeks with bacon and root vegetable dumplings and beets on a bed of parsley cream was a bit hearty, but tasted brilliant. And for desert: strawberries with white chocolate and brittle. Accompanied by wonderful, to an extent rare, Spanish wines. A superior presentation. Bravo!”
||Newcomer with 1 star and 59 points.
"The view over St. Stephen's Cathedral or the Stadtpark and beyond is unique. “Das Schick” as it is now called, with its newly “renovated” atmosphere and cuisine provides an additional reason to visit. The exquisite table settings, impeccable service and special lighting concept for the evenings all make for a very positive impression. The kitchen practices an Austro-Spanish alliance, a cross-over of classics and other dishes. We tried: Tapas and hors d´oeuvres - reduced, concise and not always a clearly recognizable culinary language.The same was true for the dried bonito with parsley juice. The East Tyrolean mountain lamb stood out with its perfect meat quality. Café con leche with a small coffee tart, almond milk strudel and baked banana was perfect. The wine menu presents the best sides from both countries.”
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