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Lanterns give the ShanghaiTan an atmosphere which is somewhat reminiscent of Chinese night markets. Here visitors can feast on delicious satay skewers, dim-sum, Asian salads and, of course, noodles and soups. The mix of the local scene and dishes from China, Vietnam and Japan ensures that there are always plenty of visitors.


The Austrian capital has a rich choice of great restaurants: from gourmet dining establishments perfect before (or after) a night at the opera to down-to-earth local eateries. First time visitors simply must try a hearty Kaisersemmel, traditional Viennese bread, or a Kaiserschmarrn, Austrian chopped pancakes dusted with powdered sugar. Vienna is the only metropolis in the world that grows a significant enough amount of wine within city limits, so prepare to find plenty of good local wines to match your Viennese dinners. The most popular time for dinner in Vienna is around 7 or 8 pm, so if that's when you plan to sit down for your dinner meal — book a table in advance.