Discover Restaurants offering the best Gastropub food in Viehhofen, Austrian Alps, Austria. Viehhofen is a municipality in the district of Zell am See (Pinzgau region), in the state of Salzburg in Austria.
4 based on 67 reviews
Cycling through Viehhofen we decide to stop for lunch. What a find, just off the main street slightly up the hill. We sat outside on the sunny terrace and were we had a toastie and a turkey steak. Both we beautifully presented and served by an extremely pleasant waiter.Will definitely be back.
3 based on 102 reviews
So it takes a bit of effort to ski to this restaurant as you run out of slope and have to side step up, or as I did, take your skis off and walk the rest. We only wanted a hot drink each, but we were served by a very brusque and unfriendly waiter who when my husband asked if we could pay by card - told us âno, anything less than 40 Euroâs you must pay by cash onlyâ then proceeded to get a menu and point his finger at the notice in the menu. My husband gave him a note which was snatched from his hand immediately ....... awful carry on Mr Waiter, if I were you, Iâd get another job where you donât have to deal with the public ...... There are loads of lovely restaurants around Schmitten so donât waste your time stopping here ....
4 based on 85 reviews
Brother & sister team Hans-JÃ¶rg and Barbara run a fabulous establishment here with a world-renowned kitchen and one of the oldest restaurants in the entirety of Salzburgerland. The Kirchenwirt is nearly 700 years old but the rooms have been sympathetically and stylishly refurbished, with some classy touches in both the rooms and bathrooms. The simple sauna and spa area still remain from the time when parents Elisabeth & Hannes ran this Dorfswirt. Mum Elisabeth still helps out at breakfast which is absolutely top notch with not a wish going unanswered. Breakfast opens at 0730. Fresh omelettes and cappuccinos are no problem. Post skiing there's nothing better than a fresh draught beer in the cosy dining room Stube or hallway. Wine tasting is worth it too. Hans-JÃ¶rg has refurbed the ancient cellar and there's a huge selection of wines from within Austria & elsewhere. We tried the wine-pairing too where different wines were matched to the different courses.One night we went Ã la carte. The other night there was a big local company function in the restaurant so we partook of the same fixed menu at â¬50 per head. Excellent beef and our own small dining room meant we were well looked after.The awesome Leogang skiing is accessible by a regular ski bus in the mornings. When there's plenty of snow - as we had - you can ski all of the 5km back from the Asitz or Steinberg via a wondrous ski route across farmers fields and under the gaze of the pink Leoganger Steinbergen. Unbelievable!!
The Crazy Deer, a cellar pub, was recommended to us by our Rep as having great live music. The night we went the music had been cancelled but just as well for us, we couldnât have stayed anyhow as the smell of cigarettes was horrendous. Weâre used to clean air now in the UK and couldnât bear to sit in a pub stinking of smoke.The barman was very friendly so a place good for smokers.
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