The view over the city of Linz from this modern restaurant is simply stunning. Nevertheless, that’s no excuse not to attain the selfsame level in the kitchen.
The “Schlossberg 1a” is situated in the southern wing of the Castle Museum of Linz, which was built on the occasion of Linz being named the “Cultural Capital” of Europe in 2009. The restaurant is correspondingly modern, designed with lots of steel and glass, creating an airy, transparent ambience,
as well as opening up new views across the city. How nice, that it didn’t just stop there! Felicitously, a sophisticated culinary concept was also implemented. Thus, while you immerse yourself into the culture at the museum, you can also eat and drink to perfection. The kitchen is regionally oriented
, by and large, focusing on rainbow trout, beef schnitzel in fried onions, etc, but Mediterranean influences are also not far distant. The wine list seems downright over-dimensioned
, yet has been put together with canny expertise. This is the achievement of the patron, Klaus Gassner, who was sommelier at the legendary restaurant “Allegro” and is still an impassioned wine lover.Schlossberg 1a
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