MAK: Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art, Vienna

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  • If you are into the Arts and Crafts and Symbolist movements, Biedermeier furniture, and medieval through judenstil glass and ceramics, you will love this museum. There are also rooms devoted to Asian ...  more »
  • Excellent museum with loads of interesting design exhibits. Spent two hours there and could've gone back and spent another hour there. Informative, wide-ranging, eclectic, good exhibition spaces - jus...  more »
  • If it's not the must-see Museum of Vienna, MAK worth a visit both for its permanent collections for its temporary exhibitions. In this regard, it is a pity that, as in other museums, "communicators" persist to achieve "very thoughtful" posters, but not making account of the event that they are supposed to promote. The exhibition "Handwerk" has so much interest that it seems at first glance: it highlights the persistence of the gesture just in "great craftsmen", seamstresses, carpenters companions of duty, cabinetmakers, plumassiers, ceramics, leather workers, etc. Concerning the permanent collections, section "Vienna 1900" is a must, but the collection of rugs is disappointing. Museography chosen for the Asian section (recently reopened), friendly at first, trained a lot of reverb on the windows. A visit to advise even if, as is the case for all Viennese museums, it is relatively expensive.
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  • Stylish restaurant that still holds a comfy charm. Wonderful interior and style. tasty and big menu with food whose taste and presentation totally justifies the not so low prices. Warm food took quite some while so I decided to take one of the breads which was delicious. Wonderful place in summer with nice outside seating.
  • Food is really good, nice, cozy decor, staff is very friendly too, unfortunately the waitress on our table was really slow, and actually hardly around at all. We sat there with empty glasses for up to 20 minutes till we finally gave up and ordered with another waitress. Otherwise all good, will go again.
  • I went here three times during our three day stay. All the great elements of Viennese cuisine done in a modern style with a beautiful atmosphere and service. Deer, roasted bread with toppings, tartare, fish, all were outstanding. And try the zweicl beer on tap.
  • This is a good place to chill, grab a drink and let your day pass. The menu does not appeal to me (personal opinion of course). The service might be too slow or simply won't get to you if you are seated in the more laid-back seats (which happened to be more fun as they are under the trees or on the grass). Other than that, this is a good chill-out and hang-out place.
  • Always a pleasure to be there. Awesome food and nice staff, great location