Burgenland (German pronunciation: [ˈbʊʁɡn̩lant] ( listen); Hungarian: Őrvidék; Croatian: Gradišće; Slovene: Gradiščanska; Czech: Hradsko; is the easternmost and least populous state of Austria. It consists of two statutory cities and seven rural districts, with in total 171 municipalities. It is 166 km (103 mi) long from north to south but much narrower from west to east (5 km (3.1 mi) wide at Sieggraben). The region is part of the Centrope Project.
Things to do in Burgenland
4.5 based on 82 reviews
Hunting Horn Guest-house Our inn offers well-equipped, carefully furnished and spacious rooms and is located in the green belt environment of Sopron, but it is also close to the centre of the town. Huge selection of wines. We would like to recommend our wide variety of winey to your attention. 80% of our wine selection can be tasted by only a single glass, which is quite unique! Extraorninary selection of hungarian wines, wine tastings, wine dinners
A quaint family run restaurant and B&B in a quiet residential neighborhood near downtown Sopron. The husband serves the food while the wife cooks. There are quite a few excellent restaurants in Sopron, but this one may be the best. They serve traditional Hungarian fare. The carp soup with beans and cabbage is outstanding. All of the portions are generous. They have a great selection of Hungarian wines. When we asked about the red wines, the owner brought us three different wines to try gratis. All were excellent. The owner speaks excellent English. The wall is plastered with culinary awards. You can easily taste how they earned them. Prices are amazingly modest.
4 based on 144 reviews
A charming small romatic place with excellent wine and a small but fine series of food. I loved the lamb with polenta and the pancake coated salmon with safran risotto was also very nice, and an eyecatcher. A bit expensive though.
4.5 based on 149 reviews
The inn known as “Zur Dankbarkeit” (“The Gratitude”) has been a beloved classic for a long time in the Pannonian restaurant scene. It is a popular meeting place for everyone who loves delicious, down-to-earth food.
This restaurant is a real hidden gem. It is a family run restaurant offering excellent food and service. They also have wonderful wines from their vineyards. There are seasonal variety built into the menu and some favorite standards. To begin with, order the wonderful Jewish liver pate…to die for.
I have been there often will go many times more.
4.5 based on 266 reviews
During our short stay in Sopron, we tested the top restaurants here: this steakhouse won't disappoint you (maybe just a bit). Service, pries and the atmosphere are all good, however the steaks we tested were not excellent: maybe this is a one-off glitch, but instead of medium, all 3 were slightly over-cooked. In case of steaks, even seconds count, and these steaks were not perfect, sorry. You may find other food as well, but most probably you visit a steakhouse for the variety of steaks. Wine-list is OK, you can find a good match with steaks.
4 based on 97 reviews
We travelled across the border from Austria to Hungary for a day and chose this cellar restaurant for lunch. Great selection of dishes, huge servings and really delicious! Really lovely atmosphere with red and white checked tablecloths and brick vaulted ceiling. Definitely a good choice!
4.5 based on 55 reviews
My first visit with gourmet friends some five years ago left me with truly good impressions, even though just one evening following the famous (then) Michelin starred restaurant on the other side of Neusiedl lake. So I brought here my family (all grownups) for a late summer lunch even though the Austrian restaurant reviewers at Falstaff have recently notably reduced their score.
Parking right opposite easy to find. Temperatures truly summer high, so we went to the small Terrace (»garden«) in the back where the air was far cooler. The waitress only came to the restaurant when we were already seated. It was an afternoon hour between lunch and dinner, but the restaurant boasts being open for business throughout the day, so I was a bit surprised. Restrooms nice and very well kept.
Unfortunately, it seems that also the chef was taking an afternoon nap home at the time, as the dishes ordered and served were well below our expectations and even the current reduced Falstaff score. We were the single guests, so I would have expected great attention to our glasses, but… Wine list covers Burgenland very well, but somehow it proves my case that emerging wine tourism in the region still has a lot to learn from Italy and Spain – in its very center you do not expect to pay abominable markups for local wine produced within a twenty miles circle. Double the price in the local wine store? Shame! So instead of Tiglat we drank To with the producer only 2 miles away. As to the cuisine level, 9 on a 1 to 20 scale is more than enough for what we tasted that afternoon.
Again, it could be that the kitchen was running on ancillary staff during those hours. Perhaps the waitress had at the time also some additional work to do, like making up the tables inside. But then, I would kindly recommend the owners to close down the restaurant part between lunch and dinner and avoid such guests' disappointments. This is not a cheap fast food eatery!
4 based on 107 reviews
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The DO&CO remains a top restaurant in Baden. It is definitely intended for those who are successful at the casino next door or anybody else who can afford it. The food is excellent, the atmosphere classy.
4.5 based on 148 reviews
we didn't like it today, first we had to wait for the waiter in an almost empty restaurant, then the soup was not hot and the main course, roasted beef with pasta was average, sticky pasta like heated in the micro wave and an orange sauce sweet from the carrots.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Wie schon der doppelsinnige Name sagt, verspricht das Wirtshaus eine Wohlfühl-Atmosphäre „wie zu Hause“. Gemütlich und urig eingerichtet werden die Gäste mit regionalen Köstlichkeiten und guten burgenländischen Weinen verwöhnt. Das idyllisch gelegene Gasthaus mit Vinothekbar offeriert eine Schmankerlküche, die durchaus auch zu kreativen kulinarischen Ausflügen einlädt. Besonders die durchgehend warme Küche und ein wunderschöner Gastgarten lassen keine Wünsche offen.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
Good location, but outside of the city center (20 mins walk). Hungarian atmosphere, good service with a lot of explanation for the non-Hungarians. Menu not too fancy or long, but enough selection (except maybe for desert). Good wine list. Prices higher than average, but still very acceptable (ca. 20€ per person, incl. a bit of wine) ans shared desert. Recommended.
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