Werner and Martina Horvath (a husband and wife team) learned their trade in the Tyrolean Alps at a ski resort and the food they serve up is wonderfully authentic. The excellent entrées include almond veal Wiener schnitzel and Viennese goulash, both of which come with a modest salad and two sides. The Gemütlichkeit continues on with a beer list that includes Paulaner and Austrian lager Gosser. The wine list features Zweigelt Rot (an Austrian red) and several Rieslings of import. As a perhaps unexpected plus, gluten-free menus are available as well. As for the atmosphere it's casual, and the décor is reminiscent of a chain restaurant, but ambiance isn't the selling point.
Myrtle Beach› Restaurant
Cafe Old Vienna
3901 N. Kings Hwy.
Our Rating Neighborhood Around Town Hours Tues 11am–2:30pm, Wed–Sat 11am–8:30pm Phone 843/946-6252 Prices Mains $11–$19 Cuisine Type German Web site Cafe Old Vienna
Map3901 N. Kings Hwy. Myrtle Beach
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