Bad Leonfelden is a municipality in the district of Urfahr-Umgebung in the Austrian state of Upper Austria. Steven Beller, author of A Concise History of Austria, who has family links to Bad Leonfelden, cites episodes from the town's history from its foundation in 1292 to the 21st century, to demonstrate the impact of historical and political events on the local life in Austria's rural provinces. The Jugendstil mosaicist Leopold Forstner was born there.
Things to do in Bad Leonfelden
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Friendly restaurant on the top of the hill. Scenery is amazing. It's better to book if you decided to go there. Staff is really friendly, the food is so tasty and portions are big! Price is affordabe: main courses are between 7-12 EUR. Toilet is clean. I recommend to try it!
4 based on 24 reviews
Alteingesessenes Ausflugsgasthaus in Bad Leonfelden
After a beautiful ride by horse carriage, up the hill, to this lovely setting, we were welcomed with a glass of bubbly before being led into the tastefully decorated dining area. The food was delicious, the service unwavering and natural surroundings exquisite. Of particular mention would be the roasted pepper soup with a coconut foam and the trio of chocolate desserts.
5 based on 27 reviews
Der Keplingerwirt ist ein Traditionsgasthaus, das schon sehr lange besteht, aber sich über die Jahre vom Dorfgasthaus zu einem Haubenlokal gemausert hat. Hier hatten wir einen sehr schönen Mittagstisch nach einer kleinen Wanderung in der gemütlichen, schön gedeckten Gaststube. Ein wirklich sehr guter Kalbsbraten und die flaumigsten Topfenknöderl ever hatten es uns angetan. Die einladende Weinkarte dazu hat uns den Tag verschönt. Nicht alles war perfekt (der Koch war bestimmt verliebt?), aber in Summe war unser Erlebnis samt der sehr netten Betreuung des Wirtes ein "sehr gut"!
4 based on 116 reviews
This place looks great and to have a table next to a window means having a great view. Unfortunately,this is the best thing about it. The food is good,however, it is not something you would remember. The service is slow and not attentive. They passed by like 6 times before noticing that our meals are finished. Price/quality ratio is not good.
3.5 based on 211 reviews
On our last day we had dinner at H&M. The waiter serving our table immediately set a high standard, professional service. That really stood out and i wasnt expecting it in a small village in low season.
The next surpise was the menu. Some top quality meats. Yes the prizes are high compared with other restaurants, but its worth it. All the meats were excellent. I really liked the Jack daniels sauce that came with my cut.
I haven't read the other reviews. But there seems to be some mixed reactions. I kinda guessing that maybe they have difficulty keeping up their quality day after day. Also because they serve pizza's as well. That seems to be a strange choice, maybe because tourists want pizza or something. But we definitely came on a good day.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
I was born and raised in Austria and grew up with all the delicious food, homemade from scratch by my mom. Living in the USA now my husband and I go back to Europe and Austria once a year. Gasthof Haudum is on our list on a regular basis.
The food is authentically Austrian. The portions are great. Local and excellent quality on your plate, served with a smile at a reasonable price, locals hanging out at their usual table, discussing everyday life.
Haudum offers a window into real life, real & homemade food, real atmosphere and real Austrian flavors. Far from the beaten path and all the tourist traps you will love stopping here and trying anything from the Fritattensuppe (my favorite since I was a little girl)to any of their Nachspeise (dessert).
Go enjoy! Mahlzeit (= Bon Appétit in Austrian)!
5 based on 4 reviews
Food we ate was really tastefull, among others thanks to fantastic herbs which owners grow in a glasshouse in front of their restaurant. Worth to go for good, regional food and very nice atmosphere!
3.5 based on 4 reviews
This potentially attractive Gasthof is let down by a careless attitude towards its guests, and towards the food it prepares. The meat dishes were drenched in sauce, the vegetables were of the frozen-food variety despite the time of year (late summer). Not everything was bad, by any means; and as it was mushroom (Schwammerl) season there were some good special dishes to be had. But you would have expected a bit more from a large, well-known place whose very name implies "cuisine for the discerning".
4 based on 12 reviews
Very tasty authentic food, excellent service, nice place. Friendly for children's trampoline in the restaurant area.Highly recommended.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
In der Gaststube hat es gut 19 Grad gehabt also alles andere als behaglich.
Ebenso kühl war auch die Bedienung. Zum Essen bestellten wir eine Frittatensuppe und einmal Klaus und Ferdl – Das Schnitzlduo
Cordon Bleu vom Schwein und Wiener von der Pute
mit Kartoffeln, Reis,Preiselbeeren und gemischten Salat
Die Frittatensuppe wurde originellerweise in einen Rex Glas serviert und war auch sehr gut und auch heiß. Dann kamm das Schnitzlduo und der Salat. Der Salat sah aus wie von vorgestern und genauso schmeckte dann auch die Gurken und der Blattsalat waren nur labbrig, der Kartoffelsalat ging so einigermaßen aber wahrscheinlich nur weil er aus dem Kübel kam. So das Schnitzerl und das Cordon Bleu selbst waren dann wieder in ordnung, geschmacklich sehr gut vielleicht eine Spur wärmer wären sie noch besser gewesen. Der Reis kalt und körnig, die Kartoffeln ebeso kalt. Fazit alles sehr durchschnittlich und kalt. Zur Umgebung kann ich den Chakrawanderweg sehr empfehlen.
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