We need to talk about Vienna’s street food. It was amazing like if you ever get the chance you need to eat in Vienna. Everywhere I turned was another fabulous food to try and look at. I think we will start at the beginning of my day in Vienna. That’s right all this food in one day. Image if I was there for two. So anyway, we got to Vienna right for lunch time and that brought us the Kent Market. We entered at the flea market side and I remember thinking “how are we going to get lunch here.” We walked up and every food imaginable opened up to us. There was farfel and hummus and hot dogs and dessert products that I can’t pronounce. Then there was everything like a normal market from meats, cheese, vegetables. I was so hungry and I wanted to cry from how beautiful it was. I went with something our tour guides recommend which was this sausage stuffed in a hallowed out roll. That was not all folks it also had melted cheese, ketchup, and mustard. It was so good. I wish I remembered it’s official name but it was in German and that’s all I can remember. But hunt this food down if you are ever at the Kent Market you will not regret it.
Next, we move on to what my afternoon snack was. After out walking tour in the rain, we reached the Winter Festival at the Parliament building. Here we had our pick of the land on what food we wanted to get. I started out with a hot beverage because I was freezing. At this point, I was on day two without sunlight and the rain had me frozen. So I got a hot chocolate and that did the trick. I also got to keep the mug. I was then looking around and a pastry seemed to call my name. Again I don’t really know the official name of it because it was in German. In my defense, however, the person behind the counter told me I was good and it was a hard name to say anyway. It was the cone of fried dough that was then filled with crème. The ratio of dough to crème was what it should always be: more crème because it’s the best part.
Finally for dinner, I went to this place that you could eat in or take it to go like street food. I got the best cheeseburger I have had since coming abroad. I was a burger stuffed into a pita bread with cheese, dressing (not sure about the type), a fried egg, and some lettuce. It was so good and I really want another one. It was filling and amazing. Vienna was really good to me in terms of food and was vastly different from what I have been eating on the daily in Italy. 10/10 would do it again.