~()~ is the symbol for Wiener with gravy, “Würstel mit Saft” in German ;-) If I tell you that the average Viennese waiter in a coffeehouse knows that men tend to eat a small goulash, whereas women tend to eat Wiener with gravy, you will tell me that I’m obsessed and making it up, but waiters being what they are… Here the classic presentation of a pair of Wiener served with the gravy of the goulash and a few little bits of meat too. And always fresh Kaiser rolls alongside.

~()~ is the symbol for Wiener with gravy, "Würstel mit Saft" in German ;-) If I tell you that the average Viennese waiter in a coffeehouse knows that men tend to eat a small goulash, whereas women tend to eat Wiener with gravy, you will tell me that I'm obsessed and making it up, but waiters being what they are… Here the classic presentation of a pair of Wiener served with the gravy of the goulash and a few little bits of meat too. And always fresh Kaiser rolls alongside.

~()~ is the symbol for Wiener with gravy, “Würstel mit Saft” in German ;-) If I tell you that the average Viennese waiter in a coffeehouse knows that men tend to eat a small goulash, whereas women tend to eat Wiener with gravy, you will tell me that I’m obsessed and making it up, but waiters being what they are… Here the classic presentation of a pair of Wiener served with the gravy of the goulash and a few little bits of meat too. And always fresh Kaiser rolls alongside.

Nino Loss
Hi, I'm Nino, an unbridled foodnik blogging from Vienna, the city of dreams and Sigmund Freud. I'm cooking up a therapy with recipes and stories from Viennese cuisine and its eclectic influences – Jewish, Italian, Hungarian, Bohemian... – with an armchair psychoanalytical twist.

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