In this little, informal Austrian restaurant you will find small wooden tables and a petit bar. Have a glass of Riesling or a Ottakringer draught beer as you sample local cheeses and hams to start, and enjoy a warm goulash, schnitzel or Tafelspitz for the main course. If it’s cold out, the chestnut soup, sweet potato or ginger soup will warm you up. However, if you’d like more diverse options after all the meat, potatoes and stew you’ve had on this trip, there are also Italian options like the caprese salad and risotto. End with a hazelnut schnapps or dessert to complete the experience. This spot is packed daily, including many locals, so try and call ahead for a reservation.
*This restaurant used to be called Immervoll
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