Address:Weinberggasse 1a, 7141 Podersdorf am See
Status:Open (last checked on 9 October 2015)
Eaten:“Hausplatte (Wurst/Käse),” glass of wine (Muskat Ottonel)

To their credit, Jagakölla owners don’t call their dish Brettljause (it comes on a plate, after all). This is the only credit I can give them, however, because the rest was a joke. Two types of sausage (Wiener-alike and a sort of Kümmelbraten) and two types of cheese (both tasteless), 5-6 slices of each and fresh from a plastic packaging. Decoration is provided by means of a couple of slices of egg, tomato, paprika and fresh cucumber.

The interior of the restaurant has a hunting scheme, with the heads and skulls of dead animals looking at you from every wall. A stuffed hare dressed as a hunter holding a toy rifle in its paws was a monument to tastelessness.

Perhaps while sitting outside and on a nice day Jagakölla may offer something (the wine was quite good, incidentally), but anyone looking for a Brettljause should take a 5-minute walk and get to the Jupp’s Bierstüberl instead.

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Jagakölla 47.856545, 16.836887 visited on April 6, 2012Weinberggasse 1a, 7141 Podersdorf am See, Austria (Directions)



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