This place has a very nice collection of flowers, all labelled. I liked walking through this place, what I liked the most was probably the really red tree that they had next to the flower bushes. It’s 3 Euro to go in. They also have many of these flowers in the botanical garden right next to the Alpine gardens, which has no entry fee.
I’ve been wanting to check this out , and a fellow blogger beat me to it :D What I like about it is their selection of meat. The cows are chosen and butchered by the chef himself, and so there is much more ‘control’ than what can be expected at an average burger bar. Anyway! Enjoy this blog post from Beatrice! :-)
Originally posted on shootingvienna:
When you get inside you stand immediately in front of the bar and the DJ. The restaurant is more minimalistic with small details pointing to the two important words here: butcher and cow. You can hang your clothes on hooks that look like cow ears or hooks where butchers hang the meat.
They have an extensive Gin menu and also very interesting cheesecakes and thirteen burgers to choose from.
I went with the Pulpo n Pork Burger 13,3€ which is a mix of pork with octopus and the Mister with the Bacon and Cheeseburger 10,5€.
Side dishes are included and you can choose between steak fries, polenta fries, rosemary potato rösti, ceasar salad, salad with…
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What is this?
We fount it at Caritas, and decided to buy it because it looked cool. But we have no idea what it is! My bet is on a ham-stand. The people at Carlaladen thought it might be a thing to put a hot plate on, or a bottle-holder. But what is it? why can the height of the little holder on the handle thingy be moved up and down?
I’m hoping for some answers!