Find out what German restaurants to try in Muhldorf am Inn including Zum alten Wasserschlossl, Geigerhaus, Restaurant Lodronhaus, Gasthof "zum Steer", Hammerwirt, Jettenbacher Hof, Bastei, Sternenzelt, Feinsinn - Bioladen & Genusskuche, Grillstube Starkheim
Things to do in Muhldorf am Inn
Wir sind fÃ¼r unsere GrillspezialitÃ¤ten vom offenen Kamin bestens bekannt. Wir verwenden nur heimisches Fleisch und SÃ¼damerikanisches Weiderind Wer dennoch nicht auf gegrilltes steht, kann sich seinen Gaumen durch unsere Pfannengerichte verwÃ¶hnen lassen. A
3 based on 6 reviews
Nice personnel and food!Fresh, regional and bio-products are used to serve good food.Recommended if you want to try something different / quick lunch.
Die modern-rustikale Einrichtung im hellen "Wintergarten" passt perfekt fÃ¼r einen vergnÃ¼glichen Abend unter Freunden. Die Tische sind weit von einander entfernt, sodass man gut GesprÃ¤che am Tisch fÃ¼hren kann. Die Bedienung sachlich und freundlich. Die Speisen, z.B. MÃ¼hldorfer Schnitzel oder der Almschmaus, die Lachsforelle oder der Grillteller "Wintergarten" - fÃ¼r alles wurde bei uns am Tisch ein Lob ausgesprochen. Auch die Salatbeilagen sind sehr reichlich und sind sowohl optisch wie kulinarisch eine Wucht. Da kommen wir demnÃ¤chst wieder hin. Bravo!
3 based on 24 reviews
Als ich vor vielen Jahren noch in MÃ¼hldorf wohnte, bin ich regelmÃ¤ssig in die Bastei. Das Essen war gut, der Service auch. Wie gesagt, das war damals. Leider hat sich die QualitÃ¤t stark verschlechtert, Essen sowie Service. Das letzte mal habe ich mir geschworen, nicht mehr hinzugehen. Als ich von einem Besitzerwechsel hÃ¶rte, bin ich wieder hin. Der Zwiebelrostbraten war geschmacklich nicht gut und wirklich wenig, die Sauce dÃ¼nn und keinen Geschmack, die Zwiebeln aus der Fertigpackung. Auf Kritik wird nicht wirklich eingegangen und die American Express wird auch nicht angenommen, obwohl entsprechend damit geworben wird.Das war diesmal wirklich mein letzter Besuch, ich schwÃ¶re!
4 based on 17 reviews
Delicious food and beverages. Especially if they serve any Austrian dishes. The best beer - Huber wisses
3 based on 33 reviews
The Hammerwirt is located beautifully a little outside town, next to a small river and lake. One could hardly imagine a less idyllic setting.Unfortunately, our visit was a bit disappointing. We didn't really mind the wedding that took place at the same time, in a large tent next to the main building. However, we experienced a few issues during our visit.First of all, it all seemed rather filthy. The toilets were a complete mess as the wedding guests also used them. If a wedding with more than 100 guests takes place and there are only a handful of toilets available, they need to be cleaned regularly, at least once an hour.We also had issues with flies all the time during our dinner. We killed about 10, but we still bothered by them all the time. I imagine that you can't avoid insects when you're close to nature, but in a restaurant that advertises itself as a little higher class, measures should be taken to ensure that restaurant guests are not bothered by flies all the time during their meal....The waitresses were seen smoking on the terrace, and it smelled funny from the kitchen - it smelled of moldy water. Not very nice.Secondly, the service. We were served by an elderly waitress who had hearing issues and was unfortunately also unfriendly. When a waitress has a handicap like being a little hard of hearing, she should be a little friendlier to the guests and ask with a smile - not rude and brusquely - that the guests speak up.What really shocked me, however, was how my mother was treated. Due to an illness, my mother is in a wheelchair and struggles with speaking. When my mother tried to order, the waitress said in a very rough way Â´Don't even try, I don't hear youÂ´ I could see that my mother was deeply hurt and close to tears by being brushed off like that. She already feels bad about her condition, and to be treated as if she was mentally disabled was deeply hurtful.Also, the meals were not served together. It seemed like the place does not have the capacity to cater to more than 10 guests at once.Food was ok, but the trout tasted of stagnant water - unpleasant. The menu selection was also not very great - basically it was meat or fish with potatoes and salad, not much variation apart from that.I would say the Hammerwirt is ok, but pretends to be more than it is. I wouldn't return.
4 based on 11 reviews
If you want to try local food, itÂ´s a good place to go.Very typical and decent local meals for good price. Restaurant is kept in traditional style.Fast & friendly service.
4 based on 18 reviews
Very typical style "Wirtshaus". You can get nice meals for good value. Very typical restaurant interior.Recommended for visitors to test local cuisine.
4 based on 89 reviews
Stopped at Geigerhaus for a Sunday lunch. Sat outside overlooking this pretty town. Service was good, our waitress could speak English and the menu is comprehensive. What I liked most about this restaurant was the food. It was good sized servings, tasty and well presented. Being such a nice setting, we spent 2 hours sitting on the terrace enjoying observing the activity in the main street of historic Muhldorf while having a beer. Well done Geigerhaus.
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4 based on 73 reviews
Yes. Precisesly the place to be and go if you do not want to keep on eating schnitzels and pommes menu. I believe that public transport is a bit complicated. Location is great. Nice surroundings.Bit expensive for my standarts but I guess one time in a year won't hurt.
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