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St Peter Stiftskeller

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I have reservations for three people at this restaurant for Christmas Dinner. Two of us will likely have a glass of wine, and none of us are big eaters.

For those of you who have eaten here, what can I expect in terms of cost? Is it necessary to order a three or four course meal, or can you go a la carte? The website does not post menu prices, but I understand this place is pricey.

I looked at the Hotel Sacher forChristmas Eve...they quoted me a price of 170euro p/p. Needless to say, we will not be dining there!! I just don't want similar sticker shock at St Peter!

Thanks all! And Happy holiday wishes to all!

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