Landhauskeller

restaurants / Austrian

Lonely Planet review

What started as a spit-and-sawdust pub in the 16th century has evolved into an atmospheric, high-quality restaurant serving specialities such as its four different sorts of Tafelspitz (prime broiled beef). Flowers, coats of arms and medieval-style murals pack a historical punch and, in the summer, outside tables look onto the stunning Landhaus courtyard.