Just along the Landstraße and the Donau at the end of it. A “must see” in Linz. There are some restaurants, souvenir shops and the tram stop there.
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In one way i understand waiters whrn they are not in the mood or not to be helpful but they are getting salary for for work and for kindness to the guests Restaurant looks nice and have nice garden when is the summer. Food is...More
I had surf and turf and Grüner Veltiner - it was all served as expected, taste was good including vegetables and vine. Services did a good job - overall not too bad, however not thrilling compared to other locations I checked out. Still a nice...More
Met our friends for Sunday brunch at Josef’s in Linz. Great buffet with loads of food from salty to sweet - all you can wish for! Regarding drinks you can chose between a variety of coffee types, tea, hot chocolate, juices and Prosecco for adults....More
Poor service, rushed waiters, hygiene so-so, not exactly low prices: We ordered "Weisswurst" i.e. Bavarian sausage, and for me cabbage since I can't have bread. Drinks and cabbage showed up, but the saussages never did. When inquiring at the open-view kitchen after 45 minutes, the...More
This restaurant is ideal for a drink, definitely not a meal. Menu is limited and the food is not great either, not worth the buck spent.
We were surprised by this place. It had been recommended to us for dinner, and we went well ahead of normal Austrian dinner hour, but the place was already very crowded, so much so that we had to sit on stools facing the kitchen (that's...More
I went there with some friends, I order a burger, for me if a restaurant don't know how to make a burger don't bother asking for something else, so they missed the burger. My friend ask for shrimps, the shrimps were half cooked, we ask...More
If you want to try best authentic Austrian food then you must visit here, this is one of my favorite restaurant I always eat during my trip in Linz.