Discover the best restaurant in Anger, Austria including Retter Bio Restaurant, Restaurant Ederer, Der Wilde Eder, Fish Restaurant Kulmer, Gasthof Zum Kirchenwirt, Schlosstaverne, Birkenstuberl Dunst, Landgasthof Riegerbauer, Plotzhirsch Im Alten Rathaus, Gruber Seerestaurant & Pension
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4.5 based on 50 reviews
The restaurant at Hotel Retter is excellent. The fare is wide and varied, not fancy but all done very well. Staff are freindly and efficient. Everything they do, they do well.
4 based on 16 reviews
I was in Weiz for a professional meeting, and the night of our arrival we had dinner at Ederer Gasthof.
The place looks a bit strange, but the whole is rather nice. A mix of tradition and modern furniture is the most peculiar character of this place.
The quality of food anyway overwhelms the atmosphere and the environment.
I started with a traditional Klachlsuppe mit Heidensterz, a sort of pig’s trotter soup with buckwheat mush: excellent, without further comment.
As main course I had a Rosa Gebratene Rinderrücken mit Speckbohnen und Maislaibchen, a very soft pink roast beef filet with bacon, beans and corn patties: excellent again!
I closed with a chocolate cake, good, but probably desserts are not the specialty of the house.
The service was faultless, and the price reasonable, compared to the overall quality.
5 based on 27 reviews
Wir waren zu Dritt im Wilden Eder und hatten uns für das JRE-Package entschieden. 5 Gänge wurden uns im vorhinein von der Rezeption angeboten, die wir dann nach einem kurzen Gespräch mit dem Chef des Hauses auf 7 Gänge erweitert haben. Dazu eine tolle Weinbegleitung. Das Essen war sensationell und hat uns vollends begeistert. Das Personal ist sehr freundlich und zuvorkommend. Bei vielen Gängen kommt der Chef persönlich an den Tisch und erklärt diese. Das Restaurant ist sehr schön und geschmackvoll eingerichtet. Die hausgemachten Pralinen und Schokoladen der Chefin sind grandios. Nicht umsonst war sie Weltmeisterin in ihrem Fach und ist auch aktuell hoch ausgezeichnet. Ein Besuch lohnt sich. Die Hotelzimmer sind ebenfalls wunderschön und der Wellnessbereich spricht für sich. Die Ruhe in dieser Abgeschiedenheit ist sensationell. Wir kommen sicher wieder. Ein großartiges Erlebnis. Danke.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
Austria possesses an incomparable source of richness which few people are consciously aware of: clear, clean mountain water. At Fish Restaurant Kulmer, with its own fish breeding facilities, guests have benefited from this wealth for decades.
A delicious return. The premises are so interesting. Several rooms all with different atmosphere. Some very old and traditional and then another quite modern. On the side a cellar tasting room carved out of the rock. Although a specialty fish restaurant , at the moment they are running a game menu. That's a seasonal thing. I had a delicious wild rabbit while the others had a blue poached trout and a fried filleted trout. Very generous portions The restaurant is personally run by the owners so you know the standards are high. The prices are very fair. They also have an amazingly successful fish business next door so you know the fish cannot be fresher or better smoked. It's their own source and production. Worth a detour if you are anywhere in the area
4 based on 10 reviews
The appliance of the restaurant is very classy and cozy and they have a beautiful big Terrace with a great view. The house is situated next to the church Mariatrost which is worth a visit. Mariatrost is about 30 minutes by car from the city centre of Graz and next to the restaurant there is a beautiful, big forest where you can walk your meal off with a stroll. The food is ok, but for the prices I expected a higher quality and a larger serving. The staff appeared very stressed and was not so friendly. The famous "Sacher Torte" was drouthy and a disappointment.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
This place is certainly well known among locals, but it should be mentioned here for international visitors in lieu of the growing amount of fine restaurants in the Weiz area. This small city used to be a regional industrial hub rather than what it is known for today: a modern small and green town in the center of Eastern Styria's Apple Road which increasingly attracts families from the 25 mile away capital, Graz, for its lower housing and living costs and high standard of living. Culinary highlights such as the Schlosswirt are part of this trend. As a group of 8 we pre- ordered the fried chicken, which was excellent, but the rest of the lunch menu looked also very tempting.
5 based on 11 reviews
In einem eher unscheinbaren Lokal erwartet den Gast eine riesige Auswahl an österreichischen und internationalen Speisen. Steaks, Pizza und Fischgerichte sind gleichermassen zu empfehlen wie das dutzend Weinbergschnecken als Vorspeise! Äusserst freundliche und schnelle Bedienung zu unschlagbar günstigen Preisen.
4.5 based on 24 reviews
We came for lunch. The restaurant is located on the top of a hill with amazing views on the surrounding hills, vineyards and closter. We were sitting outside under big trees. There is also playground for kids with trampoline.
The food was very good and huge portions. Actually too big so by the time we go through two courses we had no room for dessert:-( the prices are Vienna level mid restaurant but for the quality you are getting definitely great value. The food is served beautifully decorated. Have the uhudler frizzante - it is divine!
Two adult and child with some drinks, total bill 80 eur. Backhendl (half chicken) for 14 eur. Steak 25.
4 based on 20 reviews
This restaurant was a real surprise: Austrian and mediterranean food at its best. We didn't expect to find such quality and creativity in this small Austrian town. The chef loves Spain, thus he lets himself inspire by Andalusian specialities - especially the fish soup is adorable. At the same time he serves traditional Austrian food with his personal tasty touch. The ingrediences are all fresh and mostly from the area, like wild boar and deer which the chef himself brings home from the hunt. And all of this at absolutely reasonable prices. Especially at lunch you could choose between 5-6 Business Lunches at variable prices and further 5 set menus for 7,20€.
The service is warm and efficient at the same time. Last but not least there are some excellent Austrian and Spanish wines to discover. An absolute must when you're in the area!
4 based on 12 reviews
This part of Austria is famous for fruit growing, wine making, international balloon competitions, cycling and fantastic walks. Grüber is on the shore of a lake called Stübenbergsee. Nearby is a wildlife park called Herberstein. The decor is very mixed and a touch old fashioned. The service is top class, fast and very attentive. We had a 2 course set menu, €11.90, homemade clear soup and a roast pork (Schweinsbraten) with dumplings and sauerkraut. Portion size was large and the food very well cooked. Other portion sizes looked very generous as were the cakes. They have a pizza Menu which I cannot comment on and other various dishes with chips. Aimed at families with children. I would suggest it is not a place for special occasions, but from our experience the food was of high quality, good value and generous portions
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