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Restaurants in Gostling an der Ybbs
4.5 based on 8 reviews
This is not only restaurant, hotel, and freetime organizer (rafting, etc).
This austrian restaurant is located in a beautiful place (in Göstling), which offer great winter and summer activities (the restaurant is part of the hotel). They have many kind of local dishes (wild, fish, etc.) but the most impressive for me is the "Salatschlüssel mit schinken und ei", wich is a plate of vegetables - prepared in a special austrian way - ham, and egg. I have tried many similer salad in Austria, but this is the best for me. They offer a similar salad with Turkey meat strips, which is also great.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Angenehm ist schon das betreten der Gaststube, angenehmes Licht, chillige Möbel, angenehme Musik, man fühlt sich gleich wohl. Auch dass es Nichtraucher ist, ist angenehm.
Das Essen war vorzüglich, da gab es nichts auszusetzen. Das Personal nett und lässt auch zwischen den Gängen bei Bedarf mal eine Pause.
Wir werden sicher wieder kommen!
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Had the local Gostlinger home made pasta serviced with a salad in a pan . very tasty and filling washed down with a local Helles beer whilst sitting in the garden on a very hot sunny day . Great food , nice beer , recommended . IF your on the Ybbstalbahn its a 19 mins walk from station , free parking outside .
4.5 based on 5 reviews
If you ever have the opportunity to visit the Bio Hotel Stanglwirt , do it.
From the moment I stepped into the lobby and a hotel employee offered me a glass of champagne, I was hooked.
Our room had a beautiful view of the majestic Wilder-Kaiser mountain and it was snow covered and magnificent.
The first night we had dinner at one of the hotels great restaurants and the staff knew I was celebrating a birthday and I was treated like royalty. All of the restaurants have great food. The morning breakfast buffet is amazing.
There are many sites to visit within an hour drive from the hotel including Salzburg, OberSalzburg and Kitzbühel.
The entire staff speaks English and are very professional and helpful.
I will return as soon as possible.
4 based on 31 reviews
A wide range of different choices reasonably priced and tasty (ranging from local trout to pizza). Not so many vegetarian meals.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
We only stayed there for a night, but ate there twice. It is not low calorie food, but the cook/manager is a soft spoken, kind man who gives info on the region in English. He is very kind and all the food he prepares are tasty and carry the local flavour/touch. Children can play with the dog, rabbits and can flex their muscles in the garden. They also have a pool and sauna!
4.5 based on 22 reviews
High on a hill overlooking the village of Lunz am See is an old mansion that until recently was falling apart and looking like something out of a horror film. Recently, Pierre Paionni and Anna Schrammel bought this eyesore, cleaned it up and turned the first floor into a pub-pizzaria called Chez Pierre.
Pierre, formerly an engineer for Eastman Kodak in France, is the master pizza maker while Anna, formerly a Montessori kindergarten teacher, tends to taking orders and collecting money. The atmosphere is very informal, and Pierre often sneaks out of the kitchen to have a beer and chat with customers. Two dogs and a cat round out the scene.
The couple have done a remarkable job of renovating the downstairs, creating a cozy pub-like atmosphere in the small main room where you enter. Another dining room, suitable for larger parties, is eclectically furnished with old barber chairs, a motor scooter, guitars and other random stuff Pierre collected over the years. A third room houses several tables and leads out to the Terrace, which overlooks the village. There's another patio out front, too, where you enter the pub. All indoor rooms are non-smoking (yea!).
The pub features a selection of baked-to-order individual pizzas, which can be customized with toppings to your liking, a calzone, and a large selection of interesting bottled beers, mostly from across Europe, as well as a few basic Austrian lagers on draft. Non-alcoholic beverages are also available. All beer and pizza options are printed on the menu, and although the print is quite small, several pairs of Reading glasses are available to aid the sight impaired.
My wife and I tried a few of the pizza combinations, and all were piping hot, thin crusted, crisp and delicious. I recommend ordering one pizza to share to start, and if still hungry after, then ordering a send (hot) pizza. The pizzas come out fast (perhaps 5 minutes), so waiting is not an issue. The basic "Margherita" pizza, which was delicious, was 6 euro, with each additional topping costing 1 euro.
We tried only a couple of the more exotic beers, but suffice it to say there is a rather large selection that include Belgian trappist beers, stouts and many others. Most are in 0.33-liter bottles, although a couple were in 0.5-liter bottles. Most are priced at 4 euro, though a couple are priced much higher. Draft beers were reasonably priced at under 3 euro for 0.5 liter.
Open at 17:00 for dinner Monday through Friday; 11:00 for lunch and dinner on the weekend.
4 based on 48 reviews
Every time we are in the area we will have lunch there. The restaurant served excellent local and international dishes. The ingrediences are mostly coming from local producers. Food always tastes fresh and well prepared. Restaurant is usually very busy on weekends, so reserving a table is recommened!
4 based on 11 reviews
The best tip I can offer when dining at Almgashof Rehberg is to go at an off hour when things are more relaxed and order the trout. This will result in the best experience. My wife and I usually visit Lunz off season, too, which makes our visit even better.
This is a small, owner/chef restaurant frequented by locals and has the feel of a ski hut or country inn. Very pleasant, but not fancy. Small main dining room and another auxiliary dining room across the hall used during busy times. Most of the times we've been there, however, Johannes Dallhammer has served as both chef and waiter and we have been the only guests or one of only a few guests. On holidays and other busy times he usually has extra help in the kitchen and dining room, and things can get a bit hectice, as the kitchen is quite small. A native of Lunz, Johannes, I am told, trained and worked as a chef in Switzerland and other parts of Europe before returning to Lunz.
We usually ask Johannes what's good that day, he speaks a little English, and mostly he recommends the fish and particularly the trout (forelle). Usually, this is a fillet, but sometimes he offers whole trout. We have never been disappointed. It's prepared simply, pan fried with vegetables and a "gemiste" salad. The other fish dished are also very good. On our last visit, we also tried a special dish of chicken breast wrapped in bacon and stuffed with spinach, and it was delicious, too, and not overcooked.
Another great item we usually get is the bärlauchsuppe. Bärlauch is a wild green, usually available only in the early spring, that tastes like a cross between garlic and chives. Hungarians call it bear onion (medvehagyma).
The best part is how Johannes takes your order and then disappears into the kitchen. Everything is prepared to order, and while waiting you hear the clanging of pots, the whirring of a blender and other interesting sounds as Johannes works his magic alone. The meals that arrive at the table are fantastic. Simple foods, very well prepared and very fresh.
For dessert, you might want to try the Kaiserschmarrn (with or without raisins), which is quite good, and comes in small and large sizes (small is enough for two). But don't be surprised if they say this is not possible, as the kitchen is quite small and there is sometimes no room on the stove! Really! In that case, go for the Mohr in Hemd, a traditional Austrian confectionery that consists of a chocolate cake shaped like a small gugelhup and some fruits and cream and very satisfying.
We always look forward to our visits to Lunz am See, and we always make a point to dine at Almgasthaus Rehberg as often as possible while we are there. Yes, there are other good places to eat in Lunz like the Seeterrasse and the Zellerhof, and while the food is certainly good, these are much larger and offer a less personal experience.
4 based on 2 reviews
Viel hatte an diesem Nachmittag vor Ort nicht auf, so dass wir gezwungenermassen hier landeten...die vegetarische herzhafte Auswahl war dann ein Käsetoast - Pizzen gab es an diesem Wochenende leider gar nicht. Schade, aber der Toast war gut. Eisbecher und Kaffee waren tatsächlich sehr in Ordnung.
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