Please note: This article was first published on The Vegan Tourist and last updated December 8, 2019.
Address: Rauhensteingasse 12, 1010 Vienna
Opening Hours: Mondays – Fridays 11:00 AM – 4:00 PM. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and on public holidays. (2019 opening hours, which might change in the future.)
Company Holidays: Dec 24, 2018 – Jan 6, 2019
Free WiFi: No
Austrian Debit Cards: No
Credit Cards: No
Bathroom Facilities: No
Dogs Welcome: Yes
Seating Available: Bar stools
Outdoor Seating Area: No
Natürlich Wrenkh is a tiny vegetarian organic self-service restaurant, which gets very crowded during lunch hours. You pay for your food at the counter, and there are a few bar stools with high tables for seating.
The restaurant offers lunch specials: one kind of soup (4.20 Euros) and one kind of entrée (small: 6.00 Euros, large: 8.30 Euros, 9.50 Euros for both). You can order the entrée with a salad instead of soup (9.90 Euros). Unfortunately, quite often neither the soup nor the entrée is vegan, so you are stuck with the salad buffet (small: 6.00 Euros, large: 8.50 Euros) or can order rice-vegetable patties (2.50 Euros). (2019 prices, which are due to change in the future.)
These are some of the salads prepared at Natürlich Wrenkh: broccoli and nutmeg, green beans and black beans and avocados, quinoa and vegetables, cucumber and arugula. During one of my visits I ordered a vegan beet soup, which was available on that day.
I liked the food, but didn’t really enjoy myself at Natürlich Wrenkh. The tiny restaurant gets too crowded at lunchtime, and the bar stool seating is uncomfortable. As there are no customer bathrooms at Natürlich Wrenkh, there are better choices for vegans in the area.
Original blog post: December 7, 2019 by Ingrid Haunold
Updates to this blog entry will be posted at a future date