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Vienna Vienna Loves China

While there is no official Chinatown in Vienna, immigrants from the Middle Kingdom have left their traces in the Habsburg metropolis, leading a new wave of Chinese restaurants and bars.

For those growing up in Vienna two or three decades ago, international food choices were limited, but regardless of which district you lived in, there always seemed to be a Chinese restaurant around the corner. Not unlike going to a McDonald’s, those places always had a sense of familiarity with them: the dishes and their tastes remained consistent, their ingredients drowned with similar artificial flavour enhancers. While those antiquated places still persist, and remain popular especially with older generations, there are plenty of modern places that take you on a real tour through the culinary culture of this vast country.