Cuisine AustriaThe Cuisine of Austria, which is often
incorrectly equated with Viennese cuisine, is derived from the cuisine
of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
In addition to native regional
traditions it has been influenced above all by Hungarian, Czech,
Jewish, and Italian cuisines, from which both dishes and methods of
food preparation have often been borrowed. Goulash is one example of
Austrian cuisine is known primarily in the rest of the world for
its pastries and sweets. In recent times a new regional cuisine has
also developed which is centred on regional produce and employs modern
and easy methods of preparation.
The classic dish in Austria: Wiener Schnitzel with french fries
Burenwurst, the Viennese sausage named according to the Boers in South Africa