Old Vienna Restaurant

★★★★★
  • 3845 Telegraph Rd

    Ventura, CA 93003

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  • 805-654-1214

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Old Vienna has brought a little bit of Germany to Ventura County. They serve really good food. My particular favorite is the Wiener schnitzel. They also serve excellent sauerkraut too.

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Old Vienna has brought a little bit of Germany to Ventura County. They serve really good food. My particular favorite is the Wiener schnitzel. They also serve excellent sauerkraut too.

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Old Vienna is awesome! They have as authentic of German food as you can get outside of Germany and the waitstaff was great. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it!

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Old Vienna is awesome! They have as authentic of German food as you can get outside of Germany and the waitstaff was great. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it!

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I took my here for a date night and we had a blast! The service was perfect...they let us finish one thing before bringing out the next. That and my glass was never empty.

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I took my here for a date night and we had a blast! The service was perfect...they let us finish one thing before bringing out the next. That and my glass was never empty.

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I've wanted to eat at Old Vienna for quite a while. I finally got my chance. Walking through the door was like going to another time and place. Other than the sounds of the cars driving by outside, there was nothing to prove to me that I wasn't really in a small restaurant in Old Vienna. I was greeted by an Austrian woman with a thick accent and a very attractive smile. The dining room was cozy. There were blue and white striped tablecloths on all of the tables. Unfortunately there weren't very many people eating there. That's usually a red flag at any restaurant. The lunch menu is a bit anemic, clocking in at two pages. Surprisingly it was just a bit overpriced for my taste. However there is no filler. You won't find a burger and fries here. Not knowing too much about Austrian food, I ordered the Sausage plate which comes with a German Bratwurst, a Swiss Bratwurst, Red Cabbage, Sauerkraut, German Potato Salad, and small helping of spicy brown mustard. Right off the the bat, I substituted fried potatoes for the potato salad, as I'm not a fan of German Potato Salad of any variation. The brats were huge and perfectly cooked. Having never had a a Swiss Brat before, I was surprised to find that it had a very delicate taste. The sauerkraut was perfectly seasoned. There was no strong vinegar taste. The red cabbage was a bit under seasoned but it was passable having a somewhat sweeter taste than the sauerkraut. The potatoes were good, however there was nothing that set them apart form fired potatoes at any typical diner. The waitress, who was the same smiling beauty who greeted me at the door was very friendly and helpful. All in all it was a good experience. I'm taking it upon myself to try to review the typical places anyone would eat, whether they are small hole-in-the-wall spots or 5 star restaurants. If you have any places to suggest or have a comment on my review, go ahead and let me know. You can write me at kodiak_j at yahoo. You can figure out the rest.

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I've wanted to eat at Old Vienna for quite a while. I finally got my chance. Walking through the door was like going to another time and place. Other than the sounds of the cars driving by outside, there was nothing to prove to me that I wasn't really in a small restaurant in Old Vienna. I was greeted by an Austrian woman with a thick accent and a very attractive smile. The dining room was cozy. There were blue and white striped tablecloths on all of the tables. Unfortunately there weren't very many people eating there. That's usually a red flag at any restaurant. The lunch menu is a bit anemic, clocking in at two pages. Surprisingly it was just a bit overpriced for my taste. However there is no filler. You won't find a burger and fries here. Not knowing too much about Austrian food, I ordered the Sausage plate which comes with a German Bratwurst, a Swiss Bratwurst, Red Cabbage, Sauerkraut, German Potato Salad, and small helping of spicy brown mustard. Right off the the bat, I substituted fried potatoes for the potato salad, as I'm not a fan of German Potato Salad of any variation. The brats were huge and perfectly cooked. Having never had a a Swiss Brat before, I was surprised to find that it had a very delicate taste. The sauerkraut was perfectly seasoned. There was no strong vinegar taste. The red cabbage was a bit under seasoned but it was passable having a somewhat sweeter taste than the sauerkraut. The potatoes were good, however there was nothing that set them apart form fired potatoes at any typical diner. The waitress, who was the same smiling beauty who greeted me at the door was very friendly and helpful. All in all it was a good experience. I'm taking it upon myself to try to review the typical places anyone would eat, whether they are small hole-in-the-wall spots or 5 star restaurants. If you have any places to suggest or have a comment on my review, go ahead and let me know. You can write me at kodiak_j at yahoo. You can figure out the rest.

Pros: Excellent service. Good food.

Cons: Slightly over priced. A little quiet.

 

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