Discover the best restaurant in Burghausen, Germany including Taverna Tassos, Klostergasthof Raitenhaslach, Knoxoleum, Pritzlwirt, Duke’s Room, Fuchsstuben, Taverna Corfu, Augustiner am Stadtplatz, Ristorante-Pizzeria Porto Cervo, Palazzo
Things to do in Burghausen
4 based on 23 reviews
Have been to the Taverna Tassos so often, I don't even remember when the first time was. Had uncountable great dishes there, ranging from lamb to calamari tubes to grilled zucchini to name just a few of my favourites. Homely interior and atmosphere as well as a big beergarden where the adults can relax and the children can play. Don't forget to have the Greek yogurt and the honey melon liqueur for dessert :-)
4 based on 94 reviews
I was on business trip in Burghausen, and after 2 days of so-so eating I wanted a "revenge"!
So with help of my navigator in car and tripadvisor I found this lovely place...
It is located in a monastery (Kloster in German) and the restaurant was open and full of people. Nevertheless they found me immediately a table, and served me a typical and very tasty lunch. Soup was OUTSTANDING, and the schnitzel after also.
When i will return in that area surely I will make a detour to go back there.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
We've stayed in Burghausen several times over the years, but nowhere else have I seen a bar as interesting, imaginative, artsy, eclectic and wonderfully quirky as Knoxoleum. It clear that it's owners are driven by a passion to be different, and a surprise awaits around every corner while creative, modern art adorns every wall. A multi-story affair situated in a 15th century building adjacent to Europe's longest castle, here you'll find tables built into nooks, anterooms, and corners, down and up stairs, and no two chairs seem the same. Many of the chairs, tables, and booths are one of a kind pieces of art. Tables have large clocks built into table tops, mannequin parts line a shelf, booth backs have imaginative faces carved into the wall behind you - as if joining your conversation. Colored glass filters light into many different shades and cobalt-blue bottles serve as lampshades. Floors are open in interesting and unique ways so people-watching becomes a part of the experience. Each table is unique in it's own way - one even features live, growing grass! This bar is truly the work of an artist who never seems to be satisfied. We only had drinks on the evenings we were there, but they do offer a menu of food choices as well. We met and had lively conversation with staff and locals each night we went - embarassing us with their English skills (which were far better than our poor German).
In addition to the lively upstairs bar, a walk down the twisting staircase to the lower chamber (once a storage room for the castle) reveals a barrel-ceilinged live performance venue which reminded me of the infamous "Cavern Club" in Hamburg. We watched a local band there one evening and really enjoyed the atmosphere. Admission to the lower club requires a cover, but the music is played throughout the venue for all to enjoy.
In short, this eclectic, one-of-a-kind venue is one of the most unique bars I've ever visited. Make sure you stop sometime, you won't regret it.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
Had a great dish of red snapper on risotto rice served with jus, it was fantastic! And so was dessert, it was so tough to choose only one! Having tried the dishes of my family members, I can vouch for the high quality and the great flavour of the food! The location and interior is also very exquisite and beautiful, cant wait to visit again.
4 based on 36 reviews
While researching some family history in nearby Marktl (Pope Benedict's home town), we were directed to Burghausen Rathaus (city hall) for additional records searches. Clerk recommended Hotel Post for " very good lunch". Glad we did. Had the occasion to visit with Hans Mitterer (owner). Ever the gentleman Hans explained how he created chain of 4 hotels and five distinct restaurants. He has ceded control of day-to-day operations to 2 daughters and 1son. Hans is the epitome of a "hands on" owner. Waitress says only day he doesn't come in is Fridays.
Aside from conversation, the cuisine is excellent. On premise brewed bier and traditional Bavarian fare. My Wiener schnitzel was fresh and perfectly fried with just the right amount of breading. My wife's pork dipped in beer gravy, and accompanied by seasonal vegetables was delicious as well. Side salads consisted of fresh greens, corn, julienned carrots, tomatoes, and onions topped by a homemade vinaigrette. Service was friendly and reasonably efficient. Wonder what the rest of the family restaurants are like?
4.5 based on 26 reviews
... eating -like i want it creative regional and saisonal kitchen with a mediterranean touch. always fresh and with highest quality - created with love by our head cook Zoltan. ... a pleasure - that catches on and agrees our Vinothek is filled with first choice wines from national to international - choose your favourite. Highest quality is guaranteed by our sommelier. ... feel comfortable any time - relax! feel welcome, be yourself and enjoy the familial atmosphere in our house.
Probably the best eatery I've eaten in whilst in Burghausen. I enjoy the food so much that I can't stop going back! It's clear that the restaurant is a family run business which explains why so much passion has clearly gone into the cooking. Salads were very well presented and had been prepared to a high standard particularly the russian salad and tuna & radish salad that my party had for starters. Main courses as well were bountiful, particularly the grilled prawns and fish. All of this supplemented by a wide range of wines, local beers and more exotic drinks! You'll not find a more happier and lively restaurant to spend time.
4 based on 19 reviews
Had a great moussaka the 2nd time around, the first time they forgot my order of calamari. When it arrived after 1,5h, the calamari were tough as rubber. Not impressed by the interior, although the Terrace is alright. I prefer the other Greek restaurant Taverna Tassos by far!
4 based on 54 reviews
Friendly and fast service and the Apple strudel (Apfelstrudel) tastes great! Meanwhile one can “people watching (crowd watching) from the Terrace. It is also possible to have just a coffe or a sip, or chose something from the menu (german quisine, but also pizza or spaghetti or a snack).
4 based on 33 reviews
My wife and I ate lunch at Porto Cervo following our visit to the castle in Burghausen. It was a cool, drizzly day and the town was empty; so was Porto Cervo. The restaurant has a nice Terrace area that overlooks the Salzach river, but given the weather we elected to eat inside. Since it was cool and damp we both ordered bowls of soup to start - minestrone and pasta fagioli, and both were very good and hit the spot. I asked about the size of the pizzas, since often times personal-size pizzas end up being tiny, but the owner assured me they were large, demonstrating with his hands. We both ordered pizzas and both were very good, no disappointments.
We started talking to the owner and learned he was from Italy and had lived in Miami once while working on a cruise ship. He was very personable and friendly and made us feel comfortable.
Our total bill for two soups, two pizzas, a beer and a coke was 29 Euros. Plus they brought us an order of bruschetta on the house.
4 based on 54 reviews
The location is very convenient, right in the middle of the old town. The food is excellent: tried all sort of pastas, especially those with fish and seafood, and was never disappointed. Tiramisu is yummy as well. Wine a bit overpriced. Nice ambience, soft italian music on the background, nice place for a date before climbing up to the castle.
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