The house special,
that became
a city symbol
The only thing
the brothers Figlmüller
don’t share:
a schnitzel
What’s not to love
about this
incredible city?
Each generation has
left its mark on Figlmüller.
Thank you for everything
Hans, Sr.

The story began when Johann Figlmüller opened the first wine tavern on Wollzeile in 1905.

Just around the corner from St. Stephen’s Cathedral, he established a place where people have been imbibing, chatting and eating great for the past 115 years. A glass of our homegrown wine is the perfect accompaniment to our interpretation of the Wiener schnitzel, which has not only become the house special—but also a symbol of the city of Vienna.

HOME OF THE SCHNITZEL:
FIGLMÜLLER WOLLZEILE

At the heart of every house is a home.
Ours lies on Wollzeile Street.

Here you’ll find the world-famous Figlmüller restaurant, where celebs, locals and tourists alike come to enjoy a good meal. Where they’re from may set them apart. Why they come unites them. To savour the world’s most-famous schnitzel and to enjoy a glass of our home-grown wine in a homely setting. And that’s just what our grandfather always wanted.

Figlmüller Wollzeile: Wollzeile 5, 1010 Vienna
Open daily 12pm – 10pm, kitchen daily 12pm – 9pm

TOO GOOD,
FOR JUST A SINGLE FIGLMÜLLER:
FIGLMÜLLER BÄCKERSTRASSE

On Bäckerstraße, we’ve made room for even more Viennese delicacies.

A genuine Figlmüller schnitzel needs a healthy amount of space. When space started running out, we opened up a second restaurant right around the corner, where we’re serving up schnitzel and a host of other mainstays in Viennese cuisine. From succulent roast beef and grilled onions to home-made shredded kaiserschmarren pancakes. And thanks to a plethora of specials on tap, beer aficionados will feel right at home, too.

Figlmüller Bäckerstraße: Bäckerstraße 6, 1010 Vienna
Open daily 12pm – 10pm, kitchen daily 12pm – 9pm