DinnerNations| Austrian Fiakergulasch, Knödel & Friends
As the saying goes, “you are what you eat”.
It seems to suggest that one can understand a country’s mentality from what people eat.
Have you ever wondered why the Wiener-Schnitzel is called what it is?
Regional specialities are symbols of their country. And they reveal a lot about the soul of a country, even their openness to other cultures.
For example, the combination of a chinese fruit (apricot), with a plant from Polynesia (sugar), together with the upper austrian idea of preparation (dumplings), became the apricot dumplings, known as the “Marillenknödel”.
If you want to enjoy a taste of Austrian kitchen with some fun stories about its food and wine, come join us!
We hope to get a table with a view.
Dress code: Elegant
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