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DSTRIKT Steakhouse, Vienna

Schubertring 5, 1010 Wien, Austria
DSTRIKT Steakhouse Review
 
4 Star Rating
6 May 2017DSTRIKT Steakhouse
Tags: Vienna, Austria, Steakhouse reviewsThe Bill: £64 per head
 

DSTRIKT Steakhouse is located inside the Ritz Carlton hotel in Vienna. DSTRIKT offers a bustling atmosphere, with the restaurant being the ideal hotspot for meat lovers and fun lovers alike. We decided to visit on a Friday evening and the place was buzzing with people enjoying the restaurant. We were slightly disappointed that the outdoor terrace was closed due to the cold weather, however I suspect this is a rather inviting spot during the summer months.

Once seated, we took our time checking out the menu. We decided to indulge in an aperitif of two glasses of Louis Roederer Rose, which provided the perfect start to our evening.

To start we opted for the burrata for two people which comes served with fresh basil, tomatoes and olive oil. It’s a simple dish, yet wonderfully delicious. The balance of flavours was perfect and the creamy burrata was clearly very well sourced. We thoroughly enjoyed this dish.

“If you’re in Vienna and enjoy a fine cut of meat then this restaurant should certainly be considered.”

For our main courses, we also shared the 600g chateaubriand from Simmentaler Fleckvieh, Salzburg. This dish is wonderfully presented and is prepared table side for added experience. To accompany this dish we chose the red wine shallot sauce, as well as sides of sautéed spinach with poached Paolo Parisi egg, as well as hand cut fries with parmesan and truffle oil.

The meat was simply delicious and melted in our mouths. The sides were also wonderfully decadent, with the rich parmesan and truffle oil on the fries being a real highlight.R32;R32;We chose a bottle of the 2013, Castello d'Albola, Chianti Classico, Tuscany, Italy, which was an easy drinking, medium bodied wine that complimented our meal well.R32;

We certainly enjoyed our evening at DSTRIKT - not only was the food delicious, but the atmosphere was great and even though the restaurant was busy, the service was faultless all evening. If you’re in Vienna and enjoy a fine cut of meat then this restaurant should certainly be considered.

 
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