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A quick search led me to this (German) article, which states: Das bei Touristen und Wienern gleichermaßen beliebte Traditions-Beisl "Zu den 2 Lieserln" hat zugesperrt. Auf der Homepage bedankt sich der Inhaber für die Treue und gibt bekannt, dass man "den Kampf gegen die äußeren Umstände verloren" habe und das "geliebte Gasthaus für immer schließen" müsse....


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I voted to close as opinion based, but couldn't resist a quick search. And presto, the restaurant in question has a web site which says: The London Hong Kong Brand started more than 15 years ago in the heart of the infamous London China Town. Today, the brand occupies a prime location near Heathrow. Diners new to the London Hong Kong can expect to ...


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Since there is no shortage of Wiener Schnitzel tourist traps this insider Schnitzel guide may help. I have also been recently at restaurant 'Zum Friedensrichter' in Leopoldstadt - not huge Schnitzel but VERY good ones!


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According to a comment on yelp.de, the restaurant Zum Mühlberg is also called Schnitzelfabrik: Die Schnitzelfabrik wird das Gasthaus auch genannt die waren früher schon in Reperndorf erste Sahne Riesen Portionen und auch günstig. Kein Nobelschuppen sondern ne schöne kleine Kneipe mit Biergarten. Translation: The inn is also called schnitzel factory, ...


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I'm a fan of NHK World (which I get through Sky TV here in the UK). I regularly catch a show called "Document 72 Hours", and they have covered several late night/all night eating places. Here are a couple of examples: Bento Tales from a Northern Fishing Town A Café Awaits in Omiya I also remember seeing one quite a while ago about an all night noodle ...


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No. This is not generally done. The containers for delivery food will vary depending on the restaurant and type of food, but they are generally boxes and cartons that are not regularly sealed, let alone with tamper-evident seals (there's sometimes a piece of ordinary tape or a staple to keep a box or bag closed). I can't guarantee that nobody does what you ...


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The reason why it can be rude is because you give something that they didn't ask for. It's like you give nice jeans to someone who is walking in pyjama by saying I feel sorry for you, here is new jeans. Tipping at a restaurant, kinda same concept, it's not about appreciating their service. It's like saying "I feel sorry that you are a waiter and I m pretty ...


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Just to add some perspective to those who have never worked in the service industry. Many servers are working for less than minimum wage. This is in part that servers end up making tips. Mind you, they often have to tip out to the bartender who makes drinks, as well as the kitchen. This means a $100.00 bill for your meal/drinks, ends up requiring that ...


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