This traditional Austrian family business in the 16th district of Vienna ensures that their products are of the highest quality by crafting all their ham and sausages by hand, with special ‘house recipes’ that involve smoking the meat over beech wood. They stock all the traditional fare, sourced from small-scale farms in rural Austria, as well as some more niche meaty parts, such as tongue, heart and liver. Leopold Ringl also create their own ‘Leberkase’ (liver cheese), a speciality dish made using corned beef, onions, and bacon.
Fleischerei Bauer is a forward-thinking, modern company, always reevaluating their products and keeping their minds open to suggestions from customers. Run with just four employees, this close-knit team stock all the local favourites, with many varieties of game – another Austrian speciality – such as deer, pheasant, and venison on the menu. Sausage is a particularly successful virtue of theirs, with an ample range of lamb with green pepper, deer salami, wild boar with pistachios and the intriguing sounding, stir-fried lettuce cheese sausage.
This renowned supermarket in the first district of Vienna contains every type of food you could imagine and features a well-stocked meat and poultry section. The selection is extensive; rabbit, venison, quails and ostrich steaks are just a handful of the meats that can be found at this sophisticated supermarket. Meinl’s is a well-established Austrian company, with a long, proud history of producing sublime food.