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11 Mouth-Watering Turkish Restaurants in Austria

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Second to Austrians, Turks are the largest ethnic group living in Vienna. Kebab and falafel sandwiches are favorite fast food fixes among the Viennese, with late-night Turkish stalls standing all around the city. The two largest markets, the Naschmarkt and Brunnenmarkt, both specialize in Mediterranean cuisine, with tempting trays of buttery borek and golden baklava being offered at every turn. Here is our guide of where to find the best Turkish cuisine in Austria.

Naschmarkt Deli

Deli, Restaurant, Mediterranean, Turkish, European, Vegetarian, $$$
Turkish treats at the Naschmarkt
Turkish treats at the Naschmarkt | © Pixabay
Vienna largest market, Naschmarkt, is a prime spot for excellent Turkish cuisine, with vendors offering free nibbles of falafel and Baklava at every stand. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from along the stretch, but the Naschmarkt Deli has a particularly lively atmosphere and some of the most delicious Turkish cuisine. Visit for an espresso in the morning and grills accompanied by DJ sets in the evening.
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Berliner Doner

Brasserie, Restaurant, Fast Food, Kebab, Turkish
Kebabs are a favorite fast food in Vienna
Kebabs are a favorite fast food in Vienna | © Pixabay
Not exactly a restaurant, but nonetheless, a venue where you’ll find some of the best Turkish fast food in the capital. The stars of the menu are the kebab wraps and falafel sandwiches – made using fresh, fluffy bread and packed with fresh piles of salad and a dash of sharp sauce. Brace yourself for a lengthy queue.
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