4 based on 155 reviews
Big rooms, big tables, servers dressed in traditional cloth. Special good beer that you can only have in taverns, meaning you cannot find them in retail shops are they are 'freshly made'.Food is typical of the area with a wide choice of meat and some fish. It was fine for one visit.
3 based on 59 reviews
Since we were staying in Freilassing, we needed a place to get dinner easily and cheaply. Schmuggler Cafe was within walking distance for us. Very friendly waitstaff made us feel right at home. We had pizzas, beer and pasta. Everything was delicious and fresh. We went back today for lunch. The sandwiches are so big we took away half to eat later. My husband enjoyed his beer (lowenbrau) so much that he bought the glass! Great place!
4 based on 1902 reviews
This place gets a large number of foreign tourists but cannot be recommended very highly. We first had some soup, which was very good, even though one soup was not hot enough. My wife ordered a glass of red house wine, which was undrinkable. We sent it back but were charged for it in full anyway. Then we had two kinds of schnitzel. They were as thin as cardboard and extremely dry. Worst we ever had anywhere.The apple strudle dessert was quite good. All in all a very mixed experience. Would not go back.
4 based on 1720 reviews
The charme of a 160 year old restaurant combined with today's standard of Austrian hospitality is what makes the Zwettler's so special. All of our regional ingredients which finally end up on your plates are chosen by us very carefully! Our beer is from t
Our AirBnB host recommended Zwettlers to us as a place that locals dine. We went for dinner and ultimately enjoyed it so much, we returned the next night. It has a great atmosphere inside, and we had friendly and helpful waitstaff. The restaurant is one of many places we discovered, to our surprise, doesn't take credit cards. (There is a written notice of this policy, appearing on 3 different pages of the menu, as well as signage visible at the bar when you walk in... despite this, an angry American customer berated the waiter as he left, saying "you really should tell tourists you don't accept cards." As we three Americans noticed this policy easily, without any help, it was sad and frustrating to see a fellow countryman's poor behavior on display.) The food, wine, beers and schnapps were all very enjoyable. We did a mix of menu items, and items off the board of specials. (It helped that one of our party was nearly fluent in German; although our wait staff spoke English quite well.)
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