A table set for an occasion

Organic delights in Vienna

An example of this is the trendy corner Tewa on the Naschmarkt. The oriental kitchen is supplied with organically produced ingredients. An island of functional food and sophisticated hospitality is the restaurant Wrenkh with its classic "Glückssalat mit Buchweizen" ("Happy Salad with Buckwheat"). There's much more than just food on offer in the denn's Biomarkt stores: Shop here for vegetables, detergent, fresh meat and toothpaste – all guaranteed organic. Basic Bio offers 12,000 organic products, many of which come from Austria. For sufferers of allergies or food intolerances, the store offers more than 500 gluten and lactose-free products.

Austrian organic products can also be purchased in the BioWerkstatt. The adjacent BioBistro GenussBar serves fresh organic meals daily as well as a vegan lunch - also to go. When you walk through the 1st district, you will stumble upon Cristina Rojik’s organic grocery store: “Bio-Greißlerin Cristina Rojik”. It offers numerous delicacies and wine from reputable, mainly small organic producers. Just next to the store, you will find her restaurant “Die Biowirtin”, which boasts a hundred percent organic kitchen. 95% of the organic wines come from Austria’s top winemakers.

Refreshing delicacies can be had at the two Eis Greissler outlets. Eis-Greissler uses only its own organic milk and cream to make their twenty or so flavors of ice cream. Market fans pay heed: The Freyung organic farmers' market is held every Friday and Saturday in the heart of Vienna, where you can buy everything the heart desires, from organic fish to organic wine. The first Weltcafé opened in Vienna in 2005 and quickly became a trendy meeting point. The place to enjoy not only coffee, but also organic wine.

Did you know that Vienna is Austria's largest producer of fruit and vegetables with a yield of 43,000 tons per year? For example, 52% of all cucumbers and 37% of all tomatoes come from Viennese farms!

Wine that is processed with a high claim to quality is grown in the vineyards of the Wieninger Estate. The vintner also opts for organic production methods at his Hajszan Neumann vineyard. This means dispensing entirely with systemic sprays and instead protecting plants using such natural extracts as teas. Vintner Rainer Christ runs his own organic vineyard on the Bisamberg called Petershof. The pioneer of Austrian organic wine-growing took over the vineyard in time for the 2014 vintage and now runs it under the name "Petershof by Weingut Christ".

Further information: Sustainable fashion in Vienna

Tewa Naschmarkt

Naschmarkt 672, 1060 Wien

Wrenkh Wiener Kochsalon & Restaurant

Bauernmarkt 10, 1010 Wien

denn's Biomarkt Taborstraße

Taborstraße 10, 1020 Wien

denn's Biomarkt Landstraße

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 37, 1030 Wien

denn's Biomarkt Wiedner Hauptstraße

Wiedner Hauptstraße 71, 1040 Wien
  • Opening times

    • Mo - Th, 08:00 - 19:00
    • Fr, 08:00 - 19:30
    • Sa, 08:00 - 18:00

denn's organic foods supermarket

Kaiserstraße 57-59, 1070 Wien

Basic Bio

Schönbrunner Straße 222–228, 1120 Wien

Cristina Rojik - die Bio-Greißlerin

Annagasse 12/2, 1010 Wien

Cristina Rojik – die Bio-Wirtin

Annagasse 12, 1010 Wien


Rotenturmstraße 14, 1010 Wien


Mariahilfer Straße 33, 1060 Wien
  • Opening times

    • April to September
    • Mo - Th, 11:00 - 21:00
    • Fr - Su, 11:00 - 22:00

Freyung organic farmers’ market

Freyung, 1010 Wien


Schwarzspanierstrasse 15, 1090 Wien

Wieninger Estate

Stammersdorfer Straße 31, 1210 Wien

Christ Vineyards & Wine Tavern

Amtsstraße 10-14, 1210 Wien


Teilen, bewerten und Feedback
Rate this article
Recommend article

Please complete all the mandatory fields marked with *.
The data and email addresses you provide will not be saved or used for other purposes.

Feedback to the vienna.info editorial team

Please complete all the mandatory fields marked with *.

Title *