This place is a typical Austrian pub. The idea is simple, but perfect. Wooden tables and chairs placed in two rooms, of which one is predestined for ... More
This place is a typical Austrian pub. The idea is simple, but perfect. Wooden tables and chairs placed in two rooms, of which one is predestined for eating, the other for the serious drinking. In summer guests can even enjoy the luxury of tables on the "University Square" in Salzburg's city centre. On the menu one can find good, simple Austrian dishes, which can be purchased at a fair price, accompanied by a traditional beer, wine or other drink. Happiness can be achieved so easily!!! Especially in summer a cool and cheap beer on one of the liveliest squares of Salzburg can prove to be very relaxing. Other places are too expensive anyway. Good beer and good meals, served by friendly and fast staff. What more can you ask for???
Gemuetlichkeit, and Herr Entamoser,who purchased many a Hefeweizen Bier for me while he told me about Salzburg after the war. We met there many times during the winter and spring of 1982. I look forward to going back someday.
We just happened to walk in here for a late lunch. What a fortuitous event for us. First of all, the Bierstub atmosphere is very cool--curved archways, traditional white wood seats and tables, servers in "Trochten"--traditional Austrian clothing. Second, the food was wonderful--the best goulasch we had in a city that knows how to make it well. Third, the variety of Zipfer Biere were all good; especially the Octoberfest version. Fourth, very efficient, pleasant service from people you know have worked there for years. Finally, you may find yourself seated at a table with others. We were lucky to sit with four retired gentleman who were extremely fun, interesting and wanting to talk to Americans. Between our beginning German, their bits and pieces of English and lots of hand gestures, we had our most fun restaurant experience of our three week Euro trip. Definitely recommend this little gem.
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