Best Central European restaurants nearby. Discover the best Central European food in Kapfenberg. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Central European restaurants near you.. Kapfenberg [ˈkapfənbɛʁk], with around 23,059 inhabitants, is the third largest city in Styria, Austria, near Bruck an der Mur. The town's landmark is Burg Oberkapfenberg. Its main employer is the steel manufacturer Böhler.
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4 based on 410 reviews
On the Pogusch, where foxes and rabbits used to wave goodnight to each other before retiring, nowadays celebrities and enjoyment-seeking guests from far and near come to enjoy whatever is on the agenda.
We had a wonderful lunch at this beautiful, romantic and charming cottage up in the mountains. Everything is very authentic, from the typical austrian cottage to the delicious austrian cuisine.The food fresh, very taisty and beautifully presented. They have an outstanding wine cellar with amazing selection where you can choose your bottle and take it to your table.Very fun and also practical. A wonderful experience.
4 based on 25 reviews
Typical high standard Austrian Gasthaus. Some interesting twists to traditional food. A schnitzel stuffed with pesto and pumpkinseed and Austrian cheese. Delicious creamed pumpkin soup. We shared a steak tartare starter. Reliable usual local prices and to be recommended.
4 based on 26 reviews
Ebner serves robust and delicious Austrian dishes in huge portions and prepared true to taste and hospitality. The mixed grill was big and fresh. The salad with Puten stripes equally nourishing - and the dessert cakes breathtaking. Everything with drinks at 35 â¬ is a bargain. The 7,20 â¬ set menu is beyond my understanding.
4 based on 10 reviews
Wir sind immer wieder gerne hier, der Service ist sehr aufmerksam und es gibt kÃ¶stliche BrÃ¶tchen oder TÃ¶rtchen je nach Laune. Man wÃ¤hlt seinen Platz unterm GewÃ¶lbe oder an der Front mit toller Sicht auf die Mittergasse. AuÃerdem gibt es Raucher und Nichtraucher PlÃ¤tze fÃ¼r Alt & Jung.
4 based on 54 reviews
All former reviews of Baderhaus do not apply any more since everything has changed in the meantime. The former host (i.e. the âKaiserâ) is gone. He has opened a new restaurant in neighboring Kapfenberg, named âK.u.K. Restaurant Zum Kaiser Franz Josephâ, where he still dresses up as the emperor. Who is fond of traditional Viennese cuisine has to go there and might be deceived at Baderhaus.The current restaurant at Baderhaus is officially named âWeinerei im Baderhausâ. Although this name means wine bar in English, this place is still a full-blown restaurant as can be gathered from its menu. The latter is not comprehensive, but offers enough choice except for Vegetarians. From Tuesday to Friday a simple, mostly rustic dish of the day is available for very little money. Apart from that prices correspond to the average level of restaurants of this standing in the area. Cuisine is now rather international than Austrian.The interior of Baderhaus has been modified a little because the imperial decoration was also moved to Kapfenberg. But the bare brick walls have remained as they were and still create a pleasant atmosphere. The outside seating, spread over different levels, is perfect: separated from the river only by a street of almost no traffic.I came to âWeinerei im Baderhausâ for a late lunch. At that time service was provided by only one person, probably the head of the restaurant. Despite the limited number of guests present, he had difficulties to cope with the situation. So, service was rather sluggish. On the other hand, preparation of my lunch was quite fast even in view of the fact that I had opted for the dish of the day.My fish platter was pleasing to the eye, but did not fully satisfy the palate. While I liked the fried salmon fillet this was not at all the case for the fillet of the second kind of fish because it was dry and lacked flavor. The rice was overcooked to such an extent that it started to degenerate into a sticky tasteless paste. The accompanying leaf salad, however, was well dressed.
4 based on 21 reviews
This review pertains not to Hotel âBohlersternâ as a whole, but solely to its restaurant, where hotel guests as well as all other customers are served. We went to eat there on a weekday evening. Most tables remained empty during out visit. We were seated in the main dining hall decorated with taste in a style that is both rustic and classic, without looking old-fashioned. The service matched the furniture and might also be called classic. Thick cloth napkins and huge underplates as well as very large, elegantly designed menus rendered this superior impression complete. This restaurant offers international cuisine with strong emphasis on Austrian and in particular on Styrian dishes.After having ordered we were served a basket of bread along with a creamy spread and a little later we received an amuse gueule consisting of small pieces of vegetables in aspic. Thus, âBohlersternâ appears to be ambitions and evidently strives to be a high-class restaurant. However, neither the appetizer nor the main courses, which arrived after a very reasonable delay, were convincing. They were definitely not bad, but lacked taste and did not justify their high prices at all.All in all, âBohlersternâ is a good restaurant, but with respect to its culinary performance it is markedly overpriced. This is a pity since we really enjoyed the great atmosphere and the excellent service it provides and spent a nice evening there.
4 based on 72 reviews
The traditional house in the Old Town of Kapfenberg - here meets committed cuisine and a fascinating atmosphere each other . The main building dates from the 16th century and offers in 7 highly individual atmospheric spaces also very large companies to en
When entering âRestaurant Schickerâ, at first glance one has the impression to be in a shop rather than in a restaurant. The thing is that one has to go through a shop area and pass another door to reach the restaurant. It is nicely furnished in a somewhat rustic but nonetheless elegant style and is dominated by dark colored wood. The nice atmosphere created in this manner is unfortunately dented by the really uncomfortable, even tormenting wooden chairs.The permanent menu was sufficiently comprehensive to please everybody and included not only the usual classics but also several quite creative dishes. It was complemented by three dishes of the day and a business lunch. Service was excellent and professional. Although some of us had chosen dishes of the permanent menu the waiting time was absolutely reasonable.Most importantly, everything tasted fine and the size of the portions was fully satisfactory as well. Of course, âSchickerâ is not a cheap restaurant. However, prices were not excessive for a restaurant of this quality level and standing. Given also the friendliness of the staff we were satisfied by our lunch at âRestaurant Schickerâ.
4 based on 63 reviews
Very popular destination above Kapfenburg and BrÃ¼ck an der Mur on the way up to Frauenberg. Ideal for casual eating although I am sure theocrats would use it for celebrations as well. A well designed Austrian chalet style building. Extremely well run local establishment. 46cm local sourdough open "bread sandwich" topped with various meats or trout. (See pic of "fleisch brot " with pork meat) Large choice of dishes on the menu. Very good prices. Large open terrace with beautiful views. Play area for children and various animals, goats, lamas, deer to look at. Wonderful walks from there around the mountains. One of the most popular restaurants in the area. Check the opening times. In winter only open Friday Saturday Sunday. One can drive up and there is ample parking. A good walk from Kapfenberg which would take about 2 hours taking it steady.
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