Neni Modern Israeli Food in Vienna

I am off to Vienna tomorrow for a couple days to take my visiting guests to explore a new city.

When I travel, I am always on the look-out for interesting and new food concepts as well as flavours that I am missing/can’t get. Israeli food/middle eastern food certainly tops that list.

Neni is an Israeli restaurant with two locations, a cookbook and a catering operation (take away dips).  I love the interiors of their restaurant and their menu looks stacked with items such as shakshuka, hummus, ful, tomato salad, kibbeh, red lentil soup and pita bread. I look forward to reporting back on their breakfast next week as I plan to pay their Naschmarkt location a visit! Hummus and falafel, here I come.

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2 Responses to “Neni Modern Israeli Food in Vienna”

  1. Emma Tameside says:

    Definitely can’t have an Israeli restaurant without hummus and pita bread! 🙂 It looks like a lovely place, Sarah. It looks like they also sell their own brand of humus and zhug too, so you can take away some to eat at home.

    Did you manage to write up a followup post to your visit?

    We visited Vienna last year and had an amazing time there. Everything from the amazing architecture of Hofburg and Schönbrunn, to the Vienna Christmas markets was just magical.

    It would be great to read about your visit to the Naschmarkt, and see any cool photos you too if there’s a post about it. Can you post the link in the comments?


    • sarah says:

      I did write a follow up post which you can view here-
      You may catch a few pictures of Naschtmarkt in the post, but I was writing in follow up to Neni- the Israeli restaurant in Naschmarkt, so it is not 100% Naschtmarkt focused. Neni does sell their own hummus, it’s true.
      If you are interested, I also wrote about Corn n’ Pops- a cool breakfast cafe in Vienna as well as some other fun cafes/spots to visit
      Still haven’t been to the Vienna Christmas markets but did visit a great one in Linz, Austria and of course Prague.


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