If you visit this cozy Buschenschank at the edge of Vienna Woods just outside Klosterneuburg, prepare to spend significant time there. It’s a very simple family-run business, and the speed of service is definitely not their priority. On the other hand, providing the weather is good and you have a good book or at least a good game on your cell phone, sitting there waiting for the next glass is not unpleasant at all.
And then there is a Brettljause that is average is a good way, fully meeting the expectations while not beating them. With three types of cheese (very similar and not particular tasty ones, but distinguishable if one tries hard) and five types of meat (all non-industrial, with Speck being especially good) it provides enough variety, and the strange potato-based spread is quite a welcome diversion from the Liptauer curse of 90% of Brettljausen around Vienna. There is even half of an egg present, and the horseradish is in abundance, though a bit of mustard would not have hurt.
All things considered, it’s an absolutely acceptable Jause after a few hour walk in the woods – nice view, friendly people and a railway station close by.