Gasthof zu Riesachfall
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Up the cobbled Herrengasse lies this gloriously old-world tavern, with a dark-wood interior crammed with antique curios, which attracts a regular crowd of locals. In summer, guests spill out into the beer garden to dig into authentically prepared classics such as roast pork in wheat beer sauce.
Breathe in as you enter this pint-sized bistro, which bursts at the seams at weekends. No wonder, with a menu starring tasty morsels such as blinis with trout caviar. Don’t leave without sampling the divine chestnut-and-nougat Venusbrüstchen (Venus breasts).
Colourful stained glass illuminates this vaulted place at the Rupertinum, which opens to a vine-draped courtyard. The food is Austro-Italian: seafood goulash; summery, herb-dressed salads; parmesan-sprinkled spinach Knödel and the like. The two-course lunch is a snip at €7.90.
Dark wood beams, arched windows and low lighting create a cosy feel in this tavern, housed in the Goldener Hirsch. It’s a fine place to snuggle up in winter over calorie-rich treats, such as sausages and sauerkraut or scrumptious puddings.
With its exposed stone, starchy white linen and polished service, Löwenkeller is the most sophisticated restaurant in town. Dishes such as porcini-herb pasta and grilled tuna with wasabi purée are presented with flair, and paired with Austrian wines from the cellar.