For those lacking the means or the time to make the trip down to Sicily, there is always Crupi–arguably Vienna's most authentic Italian delicatessen. Italian is the main language spoken in this friendly foodie paradise, which is run by Antonio Crupi, who moved to Vienna from Sicily in 2002. Despite the geographical distance, Antonio is still very connected to his roots. He has to be. Many of the products sold in Crupi come from Antonio's vegetable garden at the foot of Mount Etna or from his Sicilian neighbors. With its selection of seasonal produce–time your visit right to feast on some otherworldly blood oranges– Crupi is definitely a locale that values quality over quantity. Antonio began by selling only five different products and although the selection has increased significantly, it is far from enormous. Cheeses include Parmesan, Ricotta, Pecorino fresco with pistachios or arugula leaves, as well as a 30-year-old Pecorino Parmigiano Reggiano. Meat lovers will be happy to learn that there is always an ample assortment of prosciutto, spicy salamis and other sausages. To get in the mood, we recommend having a glass of Prosecco and munching on some Sicilian olives. If you have a sweet tooth, you can't go wrong with the delectable Cioccolata di Modica.Show lessRead more

    Margaretenstrasse 3 , Vienna


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    1,62 (Paulanergasse)
    59A (Schleifmühlgasse)

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