Reviews on European food in Burghausen, Bavaria, Germany including Klostergasthof Raitenhaslach, Knoxoleum, Palazzo, Mezzos, Augustiner am Stadtplatz, Hotel Glocklhofer, Gasthaus Tiefenau, La Rosa, Gasthaus Napoleonshoehe
Things to do in Burghausen
Das Restaurant ist im schÃ¶nen Burghausen in BurgnÃ¤he. Der WÃ¶hrsee ist auch zu FuÃ zu erreichen. Von daher ist es sehr praktisch dort mal Pause zu machen.
Very tasty food, nice staff, cozy environment, big portions and excellent beer! Everything you need for nice evening :)
4 based on 18 reviews
Very good seasonal food, excellent quality, very reasonable priced served by local people. You can visit this location all year - it's very nice and traditional indoor but especially recommendable outdoor. The calm place invites for a walk after finished with food. The perfect place to visit with kids as well.
4 based on 40 reviews
During summer they have a small menu for dinner, so not a huge choice. Started off with simple but tasty brushette. The a whole grilled forelle, took some cleaning but was good and they do have a good choice if ice creams had the tropical heat or sonething like that. Good austrian wines to go along the food.
4 based on 88 reviews
Friendly and fast service and the Apple strudel (Apfelstrudel) tastes great! Meanwhile one can âpeople watching (crowd watching) from the terrace. It is also possible to have just a coffe or a sip, or chose something from the menu (german quisine, but also pizza or spaghetti or a snack).
4 based on 27 reviews
Plenty of options. Salads, soups, traditional dishes, and sandwiches. All dishes we tried where perfect. Schnitzel, curry sausage, chicken curry and veggies. Great atmosphere for drinks and coffee in addition to dinner. Reasonably priced and good service.
4 based on 68 reviews
The location is very convenient, right in the middle of the old town. The food is excellent: tried all sort of pastas, especially those with fish and seafood, and was never disappointed. Tiramisu is yummy as well. Wine a bit overpriced. Nice ambience, soft italian music on the background, nice place for a date before climbing up to the castle.
4 based on 49 reviews
We've stayed in Burghausen several times over the years, but nowhere else have I seen a bar as interesting, imaginative, artsy, eclectic and wonderfully quirky as Knoxoleum. It clear that it's owners are driven by a passion to be different, and a surprise awaits around every corner while creative, modern art adorns every wall. A multi-story affair situated in a 15th century building adjacent to Europe's longest castle, here you'll find tables built into nooks, anterooms, and corners, down and up stairs, and no two chairs seem the same. Many of the chairs, tables, and booths are one of a kind pieces of art. Tables have large clocks built into table tops, mannequin parts line a shelf, booth backs have imaginative faces carved into the wall behind you - as if joining your conversation. Colored glass filters light into many different shades and cobalt-blue bottles serve as lampshades. Floors are open in interesting and unique ways so people-watching becomes a part of the experience. Each table is unique in it's own way - one even features live, growing grass! This bar is truly the work of an artist who never seems to be satisfied. We only had drinks on the evenings we were there, but they do offer a menu of food choices as well. We met and had lively conversation with staff and locals each night we went - embarassing us with their English skills (which were far better than our poor German). In addition to the lively upstairs bar, a walk down the twisting staircase to the lower chamber (once a storage room for the castle) reveals a barrel-ceilinged live performance venue which reminded me of the infamous "Cavern Club" in Hamburg. We watched a local band there one evening and really enjoyed the atmosphere. Admission to the lower club requires a cover, but the music is played throughout the venue for all to enjoy. In short, this eclectic, one-of-a-kind venue is one of the most unique bars I've ever visited. Make sure you stop sometime, you won't regret it.
4 based on 121 reviews
I was on business trip in Burghausen, and after 2 days of so-so eating I wanted a "revenge"!So with help of my navigator in car and tripadvisor I found this lovely place...It is located in a monastery (Kloster in German) and the restaurant was open and full of people. Nevertheless they found me immediately a table, and served me a typical and very tasty lunch. Soup was OUTSTANDING, and the schnitzel after also. When i will return in that area surely I will make a detour to go back there.Very suggested
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