Chef Ernst Breitschopf knows the repertoire of good old Upper Austrian dishes inside and out: an Innviertler (raw ham with horseradish, dark bread, and butter); a garlic soup with bread croutons; a roast pork chop served in a pan with bread dumplings and warm bacon-cabbage salad; homemade spaetzle with braised white cabbage and bacon; a Salzburger Schnitzel (scallop of veal filled with minced mushrooms and ham) with buttered finger dumplings. Dessert? Nobody can resist the Mohr im Hemd (Moor-in-a-shirt), the warm chocolate cake garnished with fruits, chocolate sauce, vanilla ice cream, and whipped cream.
Rainerstrasse 2, Salzburg, A-5020, Austria
Dec 15, 2008
Well the room is nice, the food was excellent. But the overbearing issue was how HOT it was in there. Seriously unbearable. I was thinking of taking off my shirt and sitting in my t-shirt. By the time our food arrived, I was sweating (and no, I'm not an overweight man). We asked the waiter if he would do something about it, and he basically shrugged and said it's always like that. He didn't give a fig really. Ruined our last night in Salzburg.