GrÃ¼nhilde is a shop and a bar all under one roof. The core intention is to only serve products from a distance within 30Km. Everything is regionally grown and produced, and where possible organic. You get a lunch menu on Thursdays and Fridays, breakfast e
Waren am Wochenende zum Sonntagsbrunch in der neuen GrÃ¼nhilde. Wirklich sensationell. Das Angebot zum Brunch ist wunderbar und reichhaltig. Eine wirkliche Bereicherung fÃ¼r die Region des unteren MÃ¼hlviertels! Zudem konnten wir das Angebot dieses neuen Laden & Lokals begutachten. Wirklich groÃartig und nachhaltig. Wir kommen wieder. Zum Einkaufen, zum Brunchen und das MittagsmenÃ¼ werden wir auch probieren.Weiter so!
5 based on 18 reviews
One of my favourite things is hiking the Austrian countryside in autumn. Another one of my favourite things is eating good food. After a lovely 3 hour hike, I had worked up an appetite and my friend and I decided to have a bite to eat at Gasthaus Ahorner, which boasts hospitality since 1897. The place was bustling, and we were lucky to get a table.The vibe inside is typically Austrian, with a bit of live folk Music (but I don't know if they're always there). Service was friendly.The dish of the day was the goose, but we opted for the "Blasensteiner Gourmetpfandl", which is a pan of deliciously succulent medallions of pork fillet in a choice of either pepper cream sauce or mustard and herb sauce. Accompanied by fresh, bursting with bright green broccoli, a potato rosti AND what looked like a spring roll but was actually mashed potato in pastry.... O.M.G. At â¬14.50, the dish also comes with an amazing mix of salad (pumpkin, cabbage, greens and more). The dish was satisfying enough that I could have eaten just 3/4 of it, but delicious enough that I ate it ALL.To wash it down, I enjoyed the BIO Zwickel Beer (it is neither clarified nor pasteurised).We were really lucky to get a table. Bookings are recommended.
Popped in here for a few drinks on a cycling holiday. Great reviews on TA. Sounds like a great addition to the town. Bright, modern outlook. Plenty outdoor tables. A bit strange that when I asked for the WiFi password, they told me they didnât have WiFi. When I pointed out the two tabs that came up in settings, they explained - albeit apologetically - that the WiFi is for internal use only. Ummmm. What? A brand new establishment... not sharing their WiFi? Ok. Minor gripe. The beer was good and reasonably priced. But cmon guys. SHARE THE WIFI!Hi, thanks for your Feedback. We appreciate that you liked your visit. We'll try to organise free WIFI for our guests as soon as possible! But for now we're happy about our guests talking with each other in person :) All the best, Verena
The place is super local and somewhat an insider tip. If you want to get familiar with the local way of eating and socialising, this is the place to go. The service is very friendly, the place is very clean spacious and cosy. In summer you get to sit on the patio which offers an amazing view over the North-Wester part of MÃ¼hlviertel. The portions are very generous and can rarely be finished. The deliciousness tops everything and the price fair - make sure you tip!! You also get to play the Austrian take on Bowling, called "Kegelscheiben" (or similar) ... Plenty of fun and highly recommended!
4 based on 28 reviews
Direkt vor Schloss Weinberg liegt der barocke 400 Jahre alte Meierhof, in dem sich die Schlossbrauerei Weinberg, die erste oberÃ¶sterreichische Gasthausbrauerei, befindet. Die ehemaligen Pferdestallungen mit den mÃ¤chtigen GewÃ¶lben und GranitsÃ¤ulen wurden 1
We had a gret time there! Really nice and original atmosphere, without beeing tacky. You can actually see where the homebrewed Beer is being made!! Which by the way tastes awesome and is worth coming there alone!There is a great scenic view to it, since it is opposite of the castle and on top of the hill, so really nice if you want to walk or hike a little bit and enjoy the countryside.It is also top-pic in the lonely planet, I can higly recommend it!
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