Most Popular German food in Gumpoldskirchen, Lower Austria, Austria

April 24, 2020 Osvaldo Hartline

Best German restaurants nearby. Discover the best German food in Gumpoldskirchen. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for German restaurants near you.. Gumpoldskirchen is a town in the district of Mödling in the Austrian state of Lower Austria. Gumpoldskirchen borders on the municipalities Mödling, Guntramsdorf, Gaaden, Pfaffstätten and Traiskirchen. The municipal area extends from the flats in the Vienna Basin to forest areas of the Anningers in the Vienna Woods. Gumpoldskirchen is very famous for its wine and "Heurigers" as it attracts many tourists from Vienna to its hillside vineyards. Gumpoldskirchen derives its name from Gumpold of Passau.
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6. Modlinger Kobenzl

Jubilaeumspark 2, Modling 2340 Austria German, Austrian, European Lunch, Dinner Reservations, Seating, Table Service, Serves Alcohol +43 660 1431453 http://www.moedlingerkobenzl.at
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4 based on 29 reviews

Modlinger Kobenzl

Reviewed By DanZeng

We really enjoyed this place, staff spoke well English, everyone was smiling and very nice. Kids enjoyed gorgeous playground where they spent hours playing while we had tapped beer and homemade dessert with vanilla sauce, yummy. Kids ordered grilled cheese sandwich or hot dog so they were also content. There is a changing table at the restroom for women, which was handy. Overall total satisfaction. :)

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5. Panorama Restaurant

Haus an der Weinstrasse Gumpoldskirchnerstr. 50/ am Eichkogel, Modling 2340 Austria German, Austrian, Central European, European Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service +43 2236 24541 http://www.panoramarestaurant.at/
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4 based on 239 reviews

Panorama Restaurant

Reviewed By Itinerant_scholar

Madame and I were casting about for a nice lunch on a recent foggy, drizzly Saturday. We had heard about Panorama, and even drove past it on our way up to Modling in search of a restaurant that turned out to have no parking. So we headed back and did what we should have done in the first place, which was to give Panorama a try.So glad we did -- the place was busy, in a somewhat relaxed fashion, even a little after 2PM on this particular day. Still, service was friendly and well-organized. Madame opted for the smaller portion of Kalbsschnitzel -- having gone Schnitzel-free all week, why not? -- and pronounced it excellent. And, as advertised, the smaller portion was just right for a senior appetite. My choice was fried Zander (lake pike-perch) fillets, and they were superb too. Tomato soup as a starter on her side of the table, and a rucola salad on mine, were equally good; dessert (a small souffle for her, and tiramisu for me) was downright decadent. A few glasses of Gruner Veltliner, and then large coffees to finish, left us with a sense of complete well-being. Same for the bill, which was surprisingly easy on the wallet. The atmosphere is that of a gracious, welcoming country establishment of some years' vintage, one with a large local clientele. Some good-sized parties were accommodated at one end of the dining room, but noise levels were still quite acceptable. The "panorama" part was not quite in evidence: we could tell from the location that the dining room's big windows would look out on something, but it was so foggy that day that all we could see was the back garden. Later, though, we learned that in clear weather a view of all Vienna, or most of it, is spread out below, and that at the right time of evening we might sit outdoors and watch the city light up. That would definitely be a fine added attraction -- just one more reason why we'll definitely try to return.There is ample parking in front of the restaurant, or just off to the side through an archway. American Express is not accepted but Visa cards are welcome. Judging by our visit, children are welcome as well --

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4. Heurigen Kernbichler

Boldrinigasse 4, Baden 2500 Austria Austrian, European, German, Wine Bar, Central European Lunch, Dinner, Drinks, Late Night Reservations, Buffet, Seating, Parking Available, Street Parking, Television, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Table Service, Delivery, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Highchair [email protected] +43 2252 47223 http://www.heurigen-kernbichler.at/
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5 based on 57 reviews

Heurigen Kernbichler

Enjoy the best of Austrian cuisine and taste the characterful wines from the spa region. Heuriger Kernbichler in Baden near Vienna presents a quaint and familiar atmosphere, where people eat, drink and laugh in a friendly atmosphere. During our Aussteckte

Reviewed By PJ9999

We stayed in Baden for two nights and very glad to find this very pleasant establishment open on a Monday night. It is clearly popular with locals but the owner made us feel very comfortable from the moment we arrived. Excellent salad buffet to enjoy while you wait for your food. Very good local wine selection served with knowledge and care. Typical large portions which we could not finish but we still found room for their home made strudel. Recommended.

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3. Babenbergerhof

Babenbergergasse 6, Modling 2340 Austria German, Austrian, European, Central European Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Drinks Reservations, Buffet, Seating, Parking Available, Free Off-Street Parking, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Wine and Beer, Free Wifi, Table Service, Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible [email protected] +43 2236 22246 http://www.babenbergerhof.com/
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4 based on 57 reviews

Babenbergerhof

Reviewed By PeterLivingston

average menu, nice atmosphere, has very good brunch which unfortunatelly ends by far (!!) too early.

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2. Gumpoldskirchner Veigl-Hutte

Oberen Beethoven Wanderweg, Gumpoldskirchen 2352 Austria Bar, Pub, Gastropub, German +43 699 17062026
Gumpoldskirchner Veigl-Hutte

Reviewed By Geralt-von-Rivia

Bei einer Wanderung durch die Föhrenberge kann man hier rasten - es gibt kleine Speisen und Bier aus der Flasche - Platz mit einem wunderschönen Panoramablick

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1. Panorama Restaurant

Haus an der Weinstrasse Gumpoldskirchnerstr. 50/ am Eichkogel, Modling 2340 Austria German, Austrian, Central European, European Lunch, Dinner, Brunch, Late Night, Drinks Reservations, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Parking Available, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Free Wifi, Table Service +43 2236 24541 http://www.panoramarestaurant.at/
Food
Service
Value
Atmosphere
Overall Ratings

4 based on 239 reviews

Panorama Restaurant

Reviewed By Itinerant_scholar

Madame and I were casting about for a nice lunch on a recent foggy, drizzly Saturday. We had heard about Panorama, and even drove past it on our way up to Modling in search of a restaurant that turned out to have no parking. So we headed back and did what we should have done in the first place, which was to give Panorama a try.So glad we did -- the place was busy, in a somewhat relaxed fashion, even a little after 2PM on this particular day. Still, service was friendly and well-organized. Madame opted for the smaller portion of Kalbsschnitzel -- having gone Schnitzel-free all week, why not? -- and pronounced it excellent. And, as advertised, the smaller portion was just right for a senior appetite. My choice was fried Zander (lake pike-perch) fillets, and they were superb too. Tomato soup as a starter on her side of the table, and a rucola salad on mine, were equally good; dessert (a small souffle for her, and tiramisu for me) was downright decadent. A few glasses of Gruner Veltliner, and then large coffees to finish, left us with a sense of complete well-being. Same for the bill, which was surprisingly easy on the wallet. The atmosphere is that of a gracious, welcoming country establishment of some years' vintage, one with a large local clientele. Some good-sized parties were accommodated at one end of the dining room, but noise levels were still quite acceptable. The "panorama" part was not quite in evidence: we could tell from the location that the dining room's big windows would look out on something, but it was so foggy that day that all we could see was the back garden. Later, though, we learned that in clear weather a view of all Vienna, or most of it, is spread out below, and that at the right time of evening we might sit outdoors and watch the city light up. That would definitely be a fine added attraction -- just one more reason why we'll definitely try to return.There is ample parking in front of the restaurant, or just off to the side through an archway. American Express is not accepted but Visa cards are welcome. Judging by our visit, children are welcome as well --

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