Must see restaurants in Linz

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    Cafe Jindrak

    Join the cake-loving locals at this celebrated cafe – the original shop (1929) of a now nine-strong chain that produces over 100,000 of its famous Linzer…

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    Muto is Latin for 'transform', which is what the culinary wizards achieve in the kitchen. Meat- and fish-based menus might include smoked quail with…

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    Wirt am Graben

    This enticingly boho bar-restaurant spills out into a tree-shaded courtyard in summer. Come for the chilled vibes and creative Slow Food made with local…

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    Royal Bombay Palace

    The heavenly aromas at this elegant, authentic restaurant emanate from the 150kg stone mortar, where the chefs pound herbs and spices, and from the hand…

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    Deli Linz

    Breakfast and lunch bowls, tacos, burgers and open-faced toasties at this hip cafe are made with vegetarian, vegan or organic meat ingredients, including…

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    Non Solo Vino

    A combined deli and restaurant, Non Solo Vino believes in careful sourcing; its Formaggi (cheeses), Salumi (cold meats), antipasti and pastas are top…

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    Linz spreads out picturesquely before you from Verdi, 5km north of the city centre. Chef Erich Lukas prepares seasonal dishes with panache and precision,…

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    k.u.k. Hofbäckerei

    The Empire lives on at this gloriously frozen-in-time cafe in a timber-framed building dating from 1371. Here Fritz Rath bakes some of the best Linzer…

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    Promenadenhof enjoys a loyal following for spot-on Austrian fare such as Tafelspitz (prime boiled beef) and Styrian-style chicken salad, complemented by…

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    Chic Herberstein comprises a Japanese-style lounge with a sushi bar, an ivy-draped garden, and a glamorous restaurant with brick vaults and clever…

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    On the 3rd floor of the Ars Electronica Center, this glass cube looking over the Danube to the south bank glows purple after dark. Seasonally inspired…

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    Alte Welt

    Set around an arcaded inner courtyard, Alte Welt serves hearty fare, such as veal heart with bread dumplings or roast pork, and good-value two-course…

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    Serving Scandinavian fare such as svensk fiksoppa (fish soup) and skagan (prawn toast) alongside Asian dishes like wok-fried noodles or chicken ramen may…

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    Put together a picnic from the 25-plus stalls at Linz' twice-weekly farmers market.