Reviews on Austrian food in Aigen-Schlagl, Austria including Weisse Wand Alm, Uferwirt Seeraunzn, Braunhofer's, Schupfer's Dorfschmiede, Die Tischlerei, Gasthaus Koppenrast, Stadtbrau, Alpengasthof Peter Rosegger, Zirbenstube, Waldhaeuslalm, Gasthof Hollwirt
Things to do in Aigen-Schlagl
4 based on 292 reviews
Food is okay, nothing special. The personnel is very friendly, a big plus for this restaurant. The interior is really old fashioned but typical for Austria. The chairs were not really comfortabel. The rose was not very tasteful. There is not much choice for restaurants in Obertraun but this is good for regular night. Prices are sharp.
4 based on 67 reviews
Here, nestled amid the glorious countryside of Untertal, enjoy delicious homemade Styrian specialties, relax after a day of hiking on our sunny terrace, or simply treat yourself to peaceful coffee & cake, while your children explore our big adventure play
This is an excellent place to have good food. They get a special bonus for having a list for gluten free food. Also location and children playground are excellent. About food only Kaisersmarr was not top of the class
5 based on 82 reviews
Menu with fantasy, local specialities (e.g. pumking seed and pumkin seed oil) rethought. Tradition and modenr flair perfectly combined. Relatively short menu with a lot vegetarian option, plus daily specials - always changing. Nice desserts. We were so satisfied on the first day, that came back on a second time. In high season I suggest to make a reservation, the place is popular. There is a cross contry ski track passing by, so you can make a stop there during the day, too.
4 based on 135 reviews
We were a group of tourists with one local German speaker. The waiters seemed somewhat polite but did not expect a German speaker amongst us who understood their derogatory remarks. Basically we should bring our money then go home. Schladming is full of restaurants, you don't need to come here to be disrespected by rude, arrogant young waiters who think no one speaks their language.
4 based on 243 reviews
Escaping the tourist invasion in Hallstatt, this lovely gasthaus in the woods was a welcome retreat with the river flowing to add to the ambiance. Great summer terrace. The food is both traditional and modern with such surprises as seibling carpaccio or homemade goat cheese noodles with mushrooms, spinach and pesto. Everything was first rate and presented well. This place is a hidden gem for sure. Must visit.
4 based on 253 reviews
THE FOOD: recommendable. Even me as a local I loved it! Had the "Tischlerei soup" which is a mix of many Austrian soups - very good. As a main I can recommend the Bull ("Schulterscherzel") - it was a very soft meat (cooked for 48hrs). As a desert we had the flower pot which reminded me of Pana Cotta. THE SERVICE: very friendly and attentive. Waitresses serve in the typical Austrian dress ("Dirndl").THE VENUE: very pretty. They managed to incorporate modern interior design into the Austrian wooden style.
5 based on 111 reviews
Roland is managing the kitchen by himself. Only one more is helping for service in the restaurant. This is how a good chef operates. Good quality and always helpful for special requests. Taste and quality is just fine. One advice: after visiting dorfschmiede more then 4 years a new menu may be in place
4 based on 132 reviews
We had dinner at Braunhoferâs following a friendâs suggestion. We tried different types of meet (deer, mixed grill, chicken) and their carrotsâ soup, everything was really delicious. First choice Austrian ingredients, traditionally cooked and served with a smile. Make sure to reserve a table before going.
4 based on 129 reviews
Our excursion restaurant has closed seasonally from the end of October to May 2020. By May 2020, we have reopened!
We visited this Gasthaus for lunch, during a hike around the Hallstatt lake. They have outdoors tables and the view over the lake and mountains is breathtaking. We ordered a portion of fried chicken, a typical "snack" made by buttered bread, cheese and salami and a slice of poppy-seed cake, an apple juice and a small radler beer for a total of â¬30. They have English menu and the staff is friendly. Recommended!
5 based on 143 reviews
We stopped here after our hike to Riesachsee in July 2018. We drove by and it looked so quaint that we had to stop. Service was really authentic Austrian friendliness (not the fake friendliness that some touristic places have), realy how I am used to it from my childhood in Austria 30 years ago! Super food, all the traditional snacks and dishes, drinks, alcoholic drinks (schnaps and wines). You cannot find a more traditional quaint place.....we went there 2x in out just 2 night stay in the region. Try the Naturschnitzel, the Verhackertes Brot (bread with spread), the sausages or the Ginger Carrot soup. Always check out their seasonal menu too! Cash only.
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