Thursday, May 19, 2011

Neni, Vienna by Bureaucrat

Arriving in Vienna, we made a beeline to the Naschmarkt, which is the biggest market in Vienna.

Although we could have easily had lunch by buying some of the bountiful fresh produce and deli products around us, we opted to have lunch at Neni, one of the many cafes that are located within the market.

The Lawyer ordered the grilled sea bass with orange fennel. The sea bass was fresh and simply (but nicely) prepared.

The orange fennel was crunch and refreshing but had a bit too much sauce (which we thought was a mayo or yoghurt based) for our liking.

I ordered the quinoa salad. A very big salad, that was marred by the fact that it was a big soggy from the quinoa and probably the washed salad leaves. It was simply dressed with olive oil and lemon juice. A very healthy lunch.

Neni has a nice, relaxed atmosphere. It kinda feels like a cafe in a university - a mellow vibe and an ecletic mix of people. The food was good but nothing exceptional. The service was a bit patchy. Some of the staff were more efficient and friendly than others.

Naschmarkt 510
1060 Wien
Telephone: 43 1585 2020

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