This restaurant can prove difficult to find, as the entrance to the Linzergasse seems to lead you into a dark alleyway. Surprisingly, this pleasantly ... More
This restaurant can prove difficult to find, as the entrance to the Linzergasse seems to lead you into a dark alleyway. Surprisingly, this pleasantly named restaurant, which strives to highlight its more unusual aspects, has no garden. That said, it is maybe an address best visited in autumn or winter, or later in the evening. The dishes served here are can be described as traditional Italian cooking at its best and the wine list is fine. A small waterfall leads through the restaurant, so guests dine with the gentle sound of falling water - a calming antidote to the hustle and bustle of a city centre.
I had the best pasta of my life here. It was a tomato pasta with jumbo prawns (about 14E). I Cant tell you much else about it. I couldn't pick out any more ingredients but it was fantastic (Couldnt read the description either since it was in German). My boyfriend ordered the duck, he swears he was served beef---didnt seem to be the texture of duck, which he says his was very tasty as well (about 19E). Decore of the restaurant was very nice. The running water and fish in the water were a nice touch. Would go back again if ever in Austria. Waitresses were suprisingly dressed in jeans.
You will need to book in advance if you want to eat in the main restaurant but it is well worth it. The pasta is fantastic as good as any authentic italian. Highly recommend the pancakes for dessert. Staff are very friendly and the Collalto Merlot 2003 is sublime.
This was my wife's and my second visit here, and it will be a stop every time we return to Salzburg. My filet with prawns was exceptional - tender, expertly-grilled, generous without being excessive - and my wife's salmon was done to perfection. The setting was quiet and intimate, rustic but with modern flair. The menu was diverse and the pricing was more than fair for the quality of the food. We had an excellent night out, easily on-par if not better than our first visit. Highly recommended if you want a break from the traditional and often heavier fare of Salzburg.
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