Unique cuisine, presented to you by the Austrian National Cuisine Meister.
Austria – a land where the shadow of the prosperous Habsburg family remains. Austria has a unique culture with an equally unique history, as it developed as a multi-ethnic nation and food were brought from various regions . Ginza Habsburg Veilchen is one valuable place where you can experience the essence of Austrian cuisine. Owner and Chef, Shingo Kanda, is the only one in Japan with the title of Austrian National Cuisine Meister. After training at the Western cuisine department of ANA Hotel, Kanda travelled to Innsbruck, Austria. He tried his skills at famous hotels like Neue Post and Hotel Imperial, and worked as head chef at K.u.K in Akasaka after returning to Japan. Kanda’s cooking recreates the authentic taste of Austrian cuisine in a mild and refined way to suit the Japanese palate. His most well-known dish is Wiener schnitzel – deep-fried veal, lightly beaten and breaded with fine semel breadcrumbs – which is pure bliss when eaten with a cucumber, tomato and potato garnish. Wiener Rindsuppe, a consommé soup made with beef shank and root vegetables, is one dish that will allow you to experience the characteristic and flavor of Austrian cuisine. You can also enjoy a menu full of tradition and class as you reach Salzburger Nockerln, a type of soufflé that is a traditional Austrian dessert. The wine, of which they house over 100 kinds, are all produced in Austria. Marble floors and dishware from the top-quality tableware Augarten fills the interior, adding to the authentic atmosphere of the restaurant. With 40 table seats, one private room for up to 6 guests, Ginza Habsburg Veilchen is popular not just for anniversaries and dates, but for a business entertainment that is a little different from the norm.
Experience the essence of Austrian cuisine in a luxurious atmosphere.
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5-minute walk from Tokyo Metro Ginza Station Exit A2