Gasthaus "Zum Mährischen Spatzen" / Wien

Ybbsstraße 25 Wien 1020
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:00 - 22:00
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:00 - 23:00
# 900 of 1639 Restaurants in Vienna
average 207 votes
Tips from the Net @ Gasthaus "Zum mährischen Spatzen"
Annix L. en
Very good and huge schnitzel for 8,90 euros. Menu also has liver, goulash and all the classics. Czech beer. Foursquare - September 2017
David Crowson en
Friendly, local Czech run bar and restaurant with few tourists. Good food (I've tried most of the menu). Choice of Gosser or Starnboro beers or Cider. My goto place for an after work meal. Outside seating available most nights but can get busy around 6pm. GooglePlace - August 2017
Ante Prkic en
Great atmosphere, good and tasty food for a reasonably low price. Very friendly staff. Excellent value for money. GooglePlace - June 2017
Thao Nguyen en
There is a lot of great things about this place, especially for a tourist who does not want to be treated and only get the experience of a tourist. 1) This pub is full of locals who simply come here to enjoy a good local meal, excellent local beer, spend time with friends chatting or by themselves reading the newspaper/book. Whatever. It demonstrates perfectly the lifestyle of Viennese/Austrians. 2) The menu is full of local food. It is easy to get a good plate of goulash with different add-ins, or schnitzel, or escalope etc. 3) The price for the food is very reasonable given the portion. This may be subjective, but I extremely enjoy the decor. I love homey pubs and this place is perfect. The picture I posted showed the inside of the restaurant, my dinner 1 with Schnitzel and vegetable salad, an order or "tea and rum". This beverage mixture was awesomely interesting for many reason: 1) mixing rum into tea; 2) they legit gave you 2 oz of some Vienna's special rum and 3) the rum cost less than the tea. Altogether, "tea and rum" was only 3.90 Euro. The last picture was roasted pork with pickled cabbage and very soft and yummy bread, in broth. I love this restaurant. GooglePlace - March 2017
Petr Bures en
Not pretentious. If it's a good beer and something Czech to eat you are looking for, I can recommend. No ambience, one room for non-smokers. The other rooms usually smell of cigarettes. The staff speak Czech (along with German, of course). GooglePlace - January 2017