Insider locals frequent this place for the intimate vibe and hidden-in-plain-sight location. On the Right Bank, at the entrance to Linzergasse, the sophisticated interior mixes old and new. Carved into the Kapuzinerberg, there are no more than 10 tables, which are squeezed into the corners of the cave-like interior with modern pendant lamps overhead. Even the bar area is quite cozy, with an upholstered front. Diners can happily go only as far as the fantastic Austrian wines on offer, but Flavour is also an exquisite choice for dinner. The menu concentrates on a small number of elegant and ambitious dishes like fettuccine with veal ragout and Manchego. There's nothing pretentious in sight, and regulars say a grateful goodbye to the proprietors Barbara and Johannes when leaving.