A restaurant inspired by the 16th century Habsburg Empire in Capitol Piazza.
Fashioning itself a bit after an elegant Viennese coffee house, Kaiserhaus is inspired by the flavors and cultures of the former Habsburg Empire, covering places like Bohemia, Northern Italy and Switzerland in its menu. Try the classic slow-cooked beef rump, tafelspitz, and the cevapcici, Balkan sausages with goat cheese. The restaurant has also recently partners with old royal confectioners Zauner for its pastries and desserts.
A restaurant inspired by the 16th century Habsburg Empire with cuisine that spans Austria, Croatia, Hungary, Northern Italy, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Slovenia. There are plates of tafelspitz, slow-cooked rump and oyster blade beef with carrots, potatoes and bone marrow served with bread and a horseradish sauce; Cevapi, a Balkan dish comprising spicy grilled skinless beef sausages with rosti and bell pepper relish and a Bohemian pork roast with gabelkraut, a sweeter variation of sauerkraut. If that all sounds too foreign, don't worry, you can still order safe dishes like the weiner schnitzel, the classic breaded veal dish of Austria.
If you're not in the mood to eat, the predominantly wood-and-tile restaurant also has a list of Czech and Austrian craft beers like a Hirter pilsner and wines from countries like Hungary, Austria, Northern Italy and Croatia.