Blaue Gans Review
In a 500-year-old building with vaulted ceilings and windows looking out onto the bustling Getreidegasse, the old-fashioned menu at this restaurant in the Blaue Gans Hotel has been revamped to showcase a more innovative style of Austrian cooking. The fresh flavors are evident in dishes like the Wolfsbarsch (perch), which comes with a cilantro-chili cream sauce. There are always vegetarian choices. The service is top-notch, and you can peer through a glass floor to study an old cellar—the site of the oldest inn in Salzburg. It's mentioned in documents from the 15th century.