Run by chef Martin Neuretter and chef de rang and sommelier Isabella Pichler, this restaurant offers quality cuisine from a menu featuring lamb, beef, poultry and fish specialities.
This tiny cafe is a visual treat: it has wonderful outdoor seating on top of the circular city tower and breathtaking views over the town and countryside. The stairs are not for the faint-hearted, but it has a (glas…
This lovely, rustic microbrewery has some of the best Styrian cuisine in these parts and brews its own light and dark beer. There’s a garden out back and upstairs accommodation (rooms from €70 per person).
Drop by for delicious apple strudel or to relax on the comfy chairs out back over a tea or coffee. Has brochures and maps of the town, which are useful when the tourist office is closed.
This gourmet shop serves sit-down meals and snacks but also has lots of tasty fish dishes and delicacies for a picnic, including mouthwatering Krainer sausage made from game.
The traditional Gasthof zur Post prides itself on local classics such as Beuschel (lung and heart) or inexpensive goulash and venison ragout.