At Restaurant Salzamt you’ll find honest Austrian cuisine made by authentic recipes and ingredients. The Viennese specialties like Wiener Schnitzel, Tafelspitz, and an array of diverse Gulashs find suitable drink counterparts including wine with a focus on the Bründlmayer in Kamptal, Viennese pils and white beer. Submerge yourself in the angenehm atmosphere (there is a smoking lounge attached), and if its nice out, sit outside by the Danube canal. Since the prices here are modest, go for the Apfelstrudel. You won’t regret it. Make a reservation if you plan on heading here after 8, as the tables fill up quickly.
*While the restaurant is open until 2, the kitchen closes at midnight
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