Find out what Central European restaurants to try in St. Florian including Stiftskeller, Waldhausl Enns, Gelbes Krokodil, Haferlgucker, Paul's Kuche & Bar, Rosso Di Acqua E Sole, Rosenberger Ansfelden South, Essig's, "Alte Brucke" Mostar, Gasthaus Hellmayr
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4 based on 18 reviews
The place was packed for the popular lunch hour and we shared our table with several strangers. Pork roast with warm cabbage salad, a potato and a breadcube dumpling (very good, everyone should try one) was on offer and we each ate a "small" portion, which was more than enough as it was preceeded by soup - clear broth with Profiterols or cream of mushroom. The Most here is not as good as in other places, but the naturally cloudy applejuice was a hit. Fritz (the owner in second generation, and the third generation is already well integrated into the business) served Stiegl Spezial on tap and has an excellent assortment of Austrian wines. If I were to go back for supper (no time this trip) I would have one of the large and delicious salad platters.
4 based on 69 reviews
Warm and relaxing atmosphere was the first impression of the place. A place to eat with friends and family. We ordered fish soup, grilled platter and baby squid. Everything tasted good. They also offer uncooked cevapcici and rustic bread for sale. Something different to consider for the next BBQ.
4 based on 73 reviews
I have been in this brand new restaurant to taste this new food concept. It was amazing experience. The food is prpared like you get at your home...some story.....the pampinks soup is exaclty the same that my grandmother usually prepare for me. Some other plates are prepared to offer a new experience as you have at your house. Good fish and good meat. All the ingrdients are always fresh and daily prepared. Very Very good. Enjoy !
3 based on 63 reviews
Austrian hospitality at its finest Linz is right around the corner, the Salzkammergut is quite nearby, it's just half an hour's drive to the Vitalwelt holiday region in the Hausruckviertel, and the MÃ¼hlviertel lies only stone's throw away - the Ansfelden
I stopped for a coffee and a strudel. Unfortunately I don't speak german so I tried to order in english. This somehow pissed off the lady behind the counter because she yelled at me repeatedly in german. I decided to leave and never come back.Dear guest!Sorry that you had this negative experience in our restaurant. This must not happen, and we can only apologize formally for it. As we take any complaint very seriously, we will look into the matter immediately. We place great value on quality, kindness and generosity, so it is inexplicable why your conversation is run this way.We hope to convince you yet again of our quality and kindness and wish you a good trip!Best regardsYour Rosenberger Team
4 based on 128 reviews
This restaurant was suggested by reception team of Hotel Lokomotive. Within 5 minutes walk from the hotel you find this restaurant in the opposite street.The antipasto and red wine were excellent. I also had nice ravioli truffel. The service was good and professional.
4 based on 286 reviews
This place is right next to the giant old cathedral church. The juxtaposition between the modern eatery and NOE-Gothic church is what stood out most. Seems like mostly locals are in here. The atmosphere is friendly, and alive. Classic American music is piped through the speakers. Very young professional vibe. Wait staff is smartly dressed and eager to help us English speakers.Important to note: This is not going to be a âcheap eatsâ spot. Youâre gonna drop some coin (euros), but if you wanna splurge - this is the place. Love that that kitchen can be viewed - thatâs always a sign that ownership is confident in their cleanliness. If youâre VERY LUCKY Anita will be there and she will be your link between the table and the kitchen; she is amazing. She was so patient with us, gave us great recommendations, and I never saw her stop moving! I hope to one day visit Lintz again, and when that time comes I will definitely go back to Paulâs Bar - (hopefully Anita is still there )
Familienbetrieb - Klein, aber fein. Ein Besuch lohnt sich und man solte jedenfalls das wohlueberlegte und mit Hingabe vorbereitete Tagesmenue bestellen.
4 based on 418 reviews
Best schnitzel and potatoes of our month-long tour through Germany and Austria. Note the menu changes daily so there is no English version. The waiters give you a WiFi code so you can use your phone to translate the menu. The food is sbsolutely worth it! You know it's good when most of the diners are local!
Das Treffen mit alten Kameraden war ein Hit. Noch dazu in einer absolut uriger Kneipe. Manche schon lÃ¤nger nicht mehr gesehen, Erinnerungen ausgetauscht. Das bei Schweinsbraten und co, in einem urigen Ambiente. Und geschmeckt hat es auch noch.
4 based on 60 reviews
At first we wanted to avoid eating at the restaurant in the famous Monastery, because we thought it would be one more tourist traps... what a surprise. The dishes were perfectly done mixing tradition with nouvelle cuisine. A place to recommend!
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