Find out what German restaurants to try in Melk. Melk (older spelling: Mölk) is a city of Austria, in the federal state of Lower Austria, next to the Wachau valley along the Danube. Melk has a population of 5,257 (as of 2012). It is best known as the site of a massive baroque Benedictine monastery named Melk Abbey.
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It was getting cold so we did not feel like strolling throughout streets. We entered the cosy restaurant and asked for something small and hot. Three of us agreed to the Gulash soup and hot bread, one wanted to try something else so she voted for the zukini coated and fried Ã¡ la Wiener schnitzel. White wine named Green Veltliner and red wine Zweigeltrebe accompanied us and the finale of our visit belonged to the typical local Marilla digestif. Cheers!
3 based on 25 reviews
Visiting any exhibition it's great to be able to sit down ! We were in Schallaburg to visit the Castle's 1970's Exhibition (see separate review), but it's vital to be able to take a break.The cafe / restaurant in the Castle grounds provided a much needed rest from going around the exhibition. Friendly staff, quick service, and lovely soup served in beautiful crockery.And the toilets were bright, modern and scrupulously clean. Not always the case in medieval buildings !Hauling Seagoon
4 based on 27 reviews
Very helpful people, after passing few minutes earlier a place called Aggsteinerhof we were very surprised by the welcoming atmosphere
4 based on 30 reviews
Gasthaus Restaurant in der Ober Wachau nÃ¤he Stift Melk mit traditioneller KÃ¼che und guten Weinen. Hier kocht die Chefin.
We were looking for someplace to get an afternoon snack and a glass of wine from the Donau region and Weissi's Gastubn was perfect. The salad was fresh and flavorful, the local ham was outstanding. The wine list was limited abut fit well with the food. Service was excellent, helping us with the menu and delivering the food in a timely manner...â¦..and it was cheap.
3 based on 18 reviews
I visited this Gasthaus with a large group from the St Augustine Church in the Hof (Vienna). We visited the nearby Schallaburg Castle, which has an interesting handicraft museum. The museum traces the transition from handicraft to factory production, and the social problems that this brings along with increased productivity. This Gasthaus was selected for a late lunch (early dinner) for our group of about 50 people. I was impressed by the quality of food prepared quickly and well for such a large group. The food is typical Austrian country food, and quite delicious, with excellent local wine. It is located in Schollach.
Ich habe mit meiner Familie 2 Tage bei Familie JÃ¤ger gewohnt und wir haben uns so wohl gefÃ¼hlt ! Die Wirtsstube ist holzvertÃ¤felt und sehr heimelig. Eine Treffpunkt fÃ¼r die OrtsbevÃ¶lkerung, was den Charme dieses Lokals und Unterkunft ausmmacht. Das Essen ist echte Hausmannskost zu vernÃ¼nftigen Preisen.Auch die kÃ¼rzlich renovierten Zimmer mit FrÃ¼hstÃ¼ck kosten z.B. das Doppelzimmer inkl. FrÃ¼hstÃ¼ck um â¬52.-.Wir kÃ¶nnen dieses Lokal zum Essen und Schlafen sehr empfehlen. Ein guter Ausgangspunkt fÃ¼r AusflÃ¼ge in die nahegelegene Wachau und zur Schallaburg, die in 10 Minuten FuÃmarsch-Entfernung liegt.Wir kÃ¶nnen diesen Gasthof wÃ¤rmstens empfehlen !
3 based on 44 reviews
We came to Madar Cafe for lunch and it was a pretty awful experience. First, we had to wait 15 mins before anyone even came to our table. The waitress serves people who came after us before us. The food is very average and not what is described in the menu (a baked zucchini turned out to be deep dried and inedible). Long waiting times. I'd recommend you go somewhere else.
3 based on 33 reviews
We stopped for a casual drink after touring the Abbey all morning. It was too cold outside for us to eat ice cream, although the selections looked tempting. We enjoyed a couple rounds of beer as well as some of the lighter menu offerings. The food was good, but not remarkable other than delicious potato salad. But the ambiance was friendly and warm. We enjoyed our stop, and were glad it was so close to where our river cruise ship was moored.
4 based on 39 reviews
Rustic atmosphere, expected a crowd later but we were early. The advisory it will be peoples' favorite this could mean favorite and good restaurant.True enough per serving was large. too much for me.so we ordered one schnitzel and one order from the other menu.That was very good. Sumptuous dinner.
4 based on 372 reviews
Typical austrian restaurant in historic vaults.
You better believe it. After touring the Abbey for two hours we walked down into town and began to feel the heat by 11. We saw this place in the shade and noticed that there were a few groups having a beer. What the hell, why not? I chose the local micro brewery's lager, unfiltered. It was the best beer I've ever had in my life! We had to get back to the ship by noon, so time was short or we would have had a bite as the food definitely seemed worth a try. On beer alone it is a five star but in interest of fair play and no food, I'll give it four stars.Dear Guest, Thank you for your rating! Great to hear that you enjoyed our beer! :)Looking forward to welcoming you again.Have a nice trip!Kind regards Rathauskeller Team
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