Restaurants & bars at the Steigenberger Hotel Herrenhof

The Restaurant Herrlich offers a friendly, inspiring setting for an atmospheric breakfast, lunch or dinner. If you enjoy sitting in the fresh air, watching the world go by on the Herrengasse, then the pavement café of the Restaurants Herrlich is the perfect place for you. The cozy lounge is particularly inviting, to relax after a tiring day at work or a long discovery tour of the city.
The Herrenhof Bar under a high glass dome and oozing modern charm has two faces: During the day the Herrenhof is a traditional coffee house with Viennese pastries and a wide variety of coffees. At night it becomes a stylish piano bar, where you can meet up for an informal business meal or for cocktails with friends.

Restaurant Herrlich: Marvelous by name, marvellous by nature

Opening hours:

Breakfast Lunch
Mon-Fri Mon-Fri
6:30-10:30 am 12:00-2:30 pm
Sat, Sun and public holidays Dinner
7:00 am-12:00 pm Tue–Sun
  6:00-10:30 pm

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The Restaurant Herrlich celebrates Viennese pleasures in a stylish ambiance.

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Herrenhof Bar: Viennese charm

Opening hours:

Mon-Sun
8:00am - 1:00am

Beneath the 14-meter-high glass dome of the Herrenhof Bar, discussions with business partners or meet-ups with friends really come to life. A comprehensive cocktail selection, the famous Viennese coffee tradition and typical Austrian dishes are available every day from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm (kitchen closes at 11:00 pm).

Quick Lunch@Herrlich

Enjoy a delicious lunch menu in a short time. Quick Lunch@Herrlich offers daily changing dishes which can be combined with starter and dessert.

Select your set menu

- single dish € 9.90
- 2 courses € 14.90
- 3 courses € 18.90

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Olive Oil Set Menu

Our olive oil menu has become a tradition!
Again, this year our head chef Stefan Schartner created a 5-course menu in cooperation with the olive oil producer Mr. Zehentner. All the olive oils used to refine the single courses are natural and of the quality grade "extra vergine". Our motive is to use oil as a spice to refine and to highlight each course.

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