In the shadow of the Dom, this Gasthof (restaurant) serves a range of Austrian classics in a Beisl (bistro pub) atmosphere. The beer garden out the back is one of the most pleasant in town.
This cosily curtained eatery, tucked away beneath the arcading of the Rathaus, serves affordable Austrian classics, including a choice of a small or large goulash. There’s outdoor seating on Hauptplatz.
This cafe, decked out in delightfully 1980s-meets-old-Vienna style is where locals linger longer over a melange (a milky coffee) and the day's news. It's strangely captivating.
This eating-only, wood-clad mountain hut, along the rail line, serves up mountain favourites like pork and dumplings and apple cake, along with wines and organic juices.