Traditional austrianrestaurant. Openair terace. The schnizel and beer were good. But the stuff was too slow.
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Friendly and efficient service, but no wifi, sold wine in bottles but without price list, told they had run out of tagliatelle 30 minutes after order, 75 euros for two but told they don't accept cards. Had to go to an ATM. Not pleased.
We were a group of 8 people and had a lovely dinner in the restaurant. Everything was delicious! We ordered different dishes and shared them. Nobody was disappointed! The service was quick and very friendly! We sat in the yard. The whole atmosphere was pleasant!
This is a great traditional restaurant in Graz centre, near the Schlossberg. I had the cordon bleu schnitzel, which was given a Styrian twist by pumpkin seeds and a cranberry sauce, so a bit different to what I was used to from Vienna. Delicious!
I was here for both lunch and dinner. You leave the busy "Hauptplatz" by few steps and suddenly there is this very charming back yard with beautiful old houses. I had a very nice chicken salad for lunch and a pork with myshroom for dinner....More
The restaurant is hidden down one of the many walkways around Graz, but worth tracking down. The food was good, of course many schnitzels on offer, including one in this case crumbed with crushed pumpkin seeds, which was good. Service was a little slow, but...More
We went for dinner to this typical Styrian restaurant. My mother had invited us for a family get-together. The setting of this restaurant is just like you would expect it from a restaurant in the heart of this old city: you walk through a charming...More
We felt most welcome in this charming restaurant. The courtyard is lovely, we sat inside in the traditional wood panelled restaurant. Wine and beer good, food excellent. We will certainly visit again.
The waitress "Catherina" was fantastic. We asked for sugestion and she was perfect, like the food. We start with a different Kurbissuppe. After she brought Voegerls. Kart/Speck and Grilleter. To desser: Apfelstrudel Vanilleeis. The wine was WeiBb.Skoff. Thank you for you simphatie and polite behavior,...More
This traditional, downtown restaurant with its little courtyard has been a fixture in the heart of Graz for many years. Now it has new ownership, and they have made the move to square plates and vertical food, with little squirts of sauce on the plate....More