Lost to most tourists, between Café Prückel and Plachutta on Karl-Lueger-Platz, Harry's Time will make you an offer you can't refuse. The artfully clean design hardly hints at the indulgence in store, but if you're keen on a full evening of fine food and wine the Abendmahl was made for you. Simply meaning "supper," the Abendmahl lets you eat as many courses as you want from their surprise menu. After you let them know any dietary restrictions, the decision making is over and course after course arrives. The fare is mostly Italian, Mediterranean, and Austrian sides re-imagined for fine dining. If you're not ready for the main dish you can have three appetizers, and since it's not always easy to get the timing perfect, the staff also brings amuse bouches between courses to keep guests happy. So don't have lunch and give yourself at least four hours for this feast. It's key to leave room for dessert, and maybe you'll get the mouthwatering chocolate cake. The wine accompaniment is optional, but recommended as the quality in their cellar comes close to that of the kitchen.