Germany might have the Brothers Grimm, but Austria has the Brothers Ruhm, and what they serve is infinitely tastier. (As much as you might want to, you just can't sauté a folk tale.) Taking over the former space of Beisl Lambrecht in the 4th, the brothers opened Dining Ruhm to offer a menu of Asian fusion cuisine. After stints in some of the world's best restaurants, like Nobu in Mykonos, The Fat Duck in London and and Brotzeit in Singapore, Marcel and Sascha bring the same level of attention and flavor to Vienna. The menu changes every few weeks but includes salads and curries for lunch and seasonal dinner dishes, like sashimi and beef tataki. Moral of this story? Try it.


Dining Ruhm in the 4th offers an ever-changing menu of Asian fusion cuisine.
The curries are divine.
Lambrechtgasse 9, 1040, Vienna
Tues.-Sat., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.