The Wilder Mann is a rare breed of restaurant, serving archetypal Austrian dishes faithful to the most weathered of Austrian recipes. This pint-sized ... More
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The Wilder Mann is a rare breed of restaurant, serving archetypal Austrian dishes faithful to the most weathered of Austrian recipes. This pint-sized guest-house in one of Getreidegasse's side streets is popular with both locals and tourists. The interior is unabashedly traditional;wooden tables and chairs underline its olde worlde flair. The sumptuous wiener schnitzels and mouth-watering roasts are best accompanied by a glass of cool Austrian beer or wine. This is unadulterated Austrian cuisine at its best!
this was so good! There were 4 of us so we got to try each others choices. Not a single thing was anything but fabulous! Been to Europe many times and must tell you I will go back to this restaurant often.
This place had terrific food, good prices and a very cozy atmosphere. If crowded, which it was on both nights we went, be prepared to sit with others..a bit awkward by American standards, but fun. Robert, the
owner works the floor and makes everyone feel like family! When looking for it, look in the "alley"..well worth it!
The owner, Robert, is a true Austrian Gentlemen with great people skills. My wife has a crush on this big friendly Austrian, and his kind staff have made two of our meals so far this week some of the best we've had during our 5 month around the world trip! He's a great guy, it's a great place, you will have a great time! We will be eating there again before we leave Salzburg. Ask Robert for the history of the place-what a great story! And see the pics on the wall-a picture is worth a thousand words.
We had excellent service in this rustic, charming stube/restaurant. The goulash was excellent, the variety of Stiegl beers good and the place was spotless--including the restrooms. Owner was working the restaurant and clearly puts an emphasis on proper service. We'd definitely return.
Great place for Austria food. Well priced a little difficult to find but worth the hunt. Friendly staff large portions. Schnitzel is good - stuffed with onions, bacon and mushrooms - mushrooms were from a tin unfortunately. Pumpkin soup was excellent. Save room for Hot Apple Strudel with Vanilla Cream yummy.
It was dreadful. We were there in September 2005. The place had just changed hands and no table reservations were possible. The staff were extremely inattentive, and the food no better than a Uni Cafeteria. We wanted to try 'wiener schnitzel'; it was full of fat, gristle, burn (from the deep fryer!!!!!) and extremely dry.
The viennese pasta chain 2 doors along is much better.
Do go to the Sound of music tour and dinner show, but don't go here.
btw, dinner for 2, was �80 without gratuity.
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