A pretty normal Austrian restaurant with great food for very reasonable prices and a friendly atmosphere.
Favorite Dish: The Wiener Schnitzel with chips and cranberries I got here hardly fit on the plate and it was a taste sensation!
The location is obviously the big draw here. The Rathaus cafe sits right next to the old Rathaus (Town Hall) of Hall and so in summer there are tables outside and you can enjoy a great view of the historic heart of the town whilst having your lunch.
In many places you find that eateries in such advantageous positions forget that they also should offer good service and food, but this place has forgotten none of that and we had a very tasty lunch and great service from our young waitress who really made an effort to try to make up for my dreadful, long forgotten, schoolboy German!
One of those great Austrian guesthouses. Inside of the "Black Eagle" you will find a huge room in a traditional style.... The food has been really good in here......
Favorite Dish: I had "Käsespätzle", homemade noodles with cheese........It´s a traditional dish in this area.... A salad from the huge salad buffet was included. All was very tasty and the portions have been big!
At the opposite part of the town square, is the Gasthouse “The Golden Lion” with the excellent local restaurant and http://www.dianabar.at/. Don’t hesitate to take a look at their homepage – it has been created with lot of taste and love. Unfortunately for what I can see it’s only in german, so I would like to translate the opening words for you…
” Once upon a time, when there were still Princes and Princesses there was a little Restaurant & Guest house, where people ate, drank, danced and celebrated great moments. But terrible wars came upon this Land and the little Restaurant & Guest house was forgotten. It fell into a deep long sleep. One day a young man came across and felt compassion for the little Restaurant & Guest house. It was cleaned and well groomed and shone with its old beauty. The doors opened and the little Restaurant & Guest house got filled with life…”