Discover Restaurants offering the best Hungarian food in Morbisch, Burgenland, Austria including Rosengarten Hotel & Restaurant, Huber Pension, Erhardt, Mithrasz Restaurant, Kovacs Kocsma, Puskas Sorkert, Royal Bistro, Raspi, Vadaszkurt Pension and Restaurant, Tercia Hubertus
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4 based on 127 reviews
Tercia is nicely situated on the top of a hill in a traditional setting. Looks like a hunting lodge, the wooden structure dominates, large spaces and stuffed wild boars in the entrÃ©e. The menu is a traditional hungarian list of goodies, we had the cabbage-beans-pork knuckle soup which was a huge portion for a good price.Recommending their Zenit wine, fresh, crispy and floral taste.After the dinner you can sit out on the terrace and enjoy your drink or go for a walk in the park around it.Definitely coming back!
4 based on 133 reviews
Hunting Horn Guest-house Our inn offers well-equipped, carefully furnished and spacious rooms and is located in the green belt environment of Sopron, but it is also close to the centre of the town. Huge selection of wines. We would like to recommend our w
We went to eat for the reviews and did not disappoint. They have treated us very well, the food dishes, particularly those made with goose liver, the variety of wines they gave us and the treatment are unbeatable. The food well presented, plentiful and with an excellent flavor mix. We have found ourselves at home and the owner with his explanations has been very helpful. Congratulations for the great work for so many years.Dear Guest,thank you very much for your stay and for taking your pressures time to write your kind comments. We would be delighted to welcome you back again.Best wishes and regards,Gyula Bausz
3 based on 107 reviews
Just an 8 km drive from Sopron, Hungary
RÃ¡spi is a guesthouse who has also an ettÃ©rem (restaurant). I was fortunate to enjoy a stay as well as experience dinner and breakfast. My dinner includes foie gras, wild garlic/asparagus soup, tender beef cheek (oh my!!), makos (poppy seeds) wrapped in pilos (oh my oh my x10!!). Wine pairing was amazing. See pictures.The owner Josef may look like a tough guy but he is a very down-to-earth guy. He showed me his cellar in the basement and the next morning he took me to his vineyards. He believes in organic farming and winemaking. I truly believe in his passion and conviction in organic agriculture. I would not hesitate to return here when I am in the area again. Because the restaurant area is small, we met other guest during the dinner and the breakfast next morning. Easy to get acquainted with his family and guest in his father's farm house converted guest house. Loved the stay and dining. Recommend everyone to visit and stay here.
The Royal Bistro is mostly represented by the gems of traditional Hungarian cuisine on the palette of Sopron gastronomy, but the finest of International cuisine is also included in our offer. Whats unique in Sopron, our restaurant uses fresh Aberdeen Angu
I was there before Christmas and ordered a steak medium. The steak was just as requested and the waiter also recommended a good local red wine for me. Dear Guest,Thank you for the kind review. We even improved our steaks, know we source from local suppliers fresh meat for the steaks from one of the most re-known ranches in Hungary for their Aberdeen Angus meat.We are looking forward to your next visit!Best regards,Pal Szilagyi, director
4 based on 53 reviews
Nice interior, polite owner, a lot of meal to eat, good wines, soups. My pasta named "tÃºrÃ³s csusza" wasn't too warm :( Rent a bike possibilities - but most of bikes are old.
Minden alkalommal elmegyÃ¼nk a csalÃ¡ddal, ha Sopronban jÃ¡runk. A legfinomabb hekket itt kÃnÃ¡ljÃ¡k. Ãrdemes fokhagymÃ¡s piritÃ³ssal kÃ©rni. BÅsÃ©ges az italvÃ¡lasztÃ©k Ã©s rendkÃvÃ¼l kedves a kiszolgÃ¡lÃ¡s. KÃ¶szÃ¶njÃ¼k a vendÃ©glÃ¡tÃ¡st! JÃ¶vÃ¼nk mÃ©g!
4 based on 24 reviews
We visited the place for dinner. The menu didn't offer a very big variety but overall everyone could find a decent choice. The food was excellent and the waiter really nice. The wine was good, too.
4 based on 459 reviews
As we were staying in the accommodation (separate review) we decided to eat here . Had Saturday dinner and Sunday lunch. Our 2 experiences were slightly different, but the food was most delicious both times. The difference was the service. Firstly English is our first language and not a strong language with most of the staff we dealt with. However as the menu is in English we were not too concerned as we don't expect, as travellers in foreign countries, that everyone must know English. The main difference we felt in the service was that on the Saturday the staff were very under the pump due to a wedding reception in the garden. The food took a little longer than usual but we were not in a hurry. However even though we pointed to things on the menu it resulted in a few errors on our order. Mainly with the dessert that after waiting 45minutes and chasing up a waiter discovered it didn't come because we were given a schnapes instead of the crepes due to misinterpretation. Left a little disappointed. Sunday lunch was a different experience. More relaxed, waiter spoke better English but more importantly all the staff didn't seem as hurried as the previous evening so no mistakes. Food on both occasions was excellent. Especially the salmon, strawberry entree. Had I chosen that on the Saturday would have ordered again on the Sunday. Superb. All in all would recommend.
4 based on 99 reviews
I visited the place based on Trip Advisor rating and it worthed it!! The very atmospheric place was full on Saturday noon time for our surprice but we had table reserved, luckily...We ate Fish soup "Halaszle" which was full of with fish, taste was great, then selected Cat fish in paprika souce with hungarian noodles "Harcsa paprikas turoscsuszaval" which was the best I've ever tasted before!! Really congratulations for these quality food and kind service!!
4 based on 57 reviews
Within the Hotel there is a 350-seat Restaurant with a winter garden, banquet room and terrace. Our menu carries the best in local dishes and International cuisine- each week there are new specials that are suited to each season and special holidays.
Sunday before lunchtime (around 11am) we went for breakfast and asked if there is still a possibity to sit down for an omelette. In the entrance they said yes but inside when we sit down to order the main waiter started to laugh and said that "breakfast should be breakfast time, now you can lunch as its lunchtime". Bahh we stood up and left without saying hello.
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