Salm Bräu / Wien

Rennweg 8 Wien 1030
+4317995992
€€€€
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 11:00 - 00:00
top trending 9481 votes
4.6
Tips from the Net @ Salm Bräu
André Cateb en
Amazing place to eat while visiting Viena. The beer there is crafted locally and there're several options to choose from. Nice outside bar to have drinks on sunny days and a cozy interior to have a nice hot meal when is cold outside. Dishes are mainly from local culinary and are great. Worth visiting more them once. GooglePlace - March 2017
Dharma en
Rating it 3.5 stars. Customer service is excellent, attentive and fast. They also speak English which is a plus. Beer is excellent. Food portion is huge and quite reasonably priced. Food is plus / minus in my book. I noticed really quick that almost all of the patrons during dinner time we're not locals. If they were locals it seems they were getting mostly beers and appetizers. I had the ribs and it was okay. A bit dry and bland for my taste. Would definitely get the beer but try to get something else besides the ribs. GooglePlace - March 2017
Dan C en
Friendly wait staff friendly and informative. Made it to this place after spending most of the day in the city center. The brews are on point, completely expected. The food I feel were staple dishes probably boring the cooks. The mozzarella tomato salad with olive oil started off dinner nicely. Ribs were cooked perfectly and the staff provided extra sauce. The lentils with bacon were filling and the bread dumpling rounded out the dish nicely. GooglePlace - February 2017
Chinedu Iheagwam en
Ordered as a takeaway as we were staying at a local hotel. Had the Viennese schnitzel (veal) which was awesome!! They even did a gluten free chicken schnitzel for my wife which she enjoyed. Will go back but this time to dine in and sample their craft beers. GooglePlace - February 2017
Krzysztof Wojciechowski en
staff is super nice and helpful however the food is not what you would expect from traditional high quality Austrian kitchen. I tried garlic soup and it was quite good, and then two of promoted dishes: one is beef in cream and mushrooms served on a pan - it was very watery : more like a soup then sauce. Then i tried their signature Vienner schnitzel which... arrived in 3 separate pieces and it was difficult to find any meat in breadcrumbs... disappointing. good news for beer drinkers: they have great selection of traditional and home made beer. GooglePlace - February 2017