The Second Coming

Location:Gasthaus Seeraunzn
Website:http://www.seeraunzn.at/
Address:Obersee 41, 4822 Bad Goisern
Status:Open (last checked on 6 June 2015)
Eaten:“Golsener Brotbrettl,” small salad, three ½ Most, an espresso, a double Zirbenschnapps

Oh dear. That’s the place I visited yesterday, had a very satisfactory Schweinsbraten-bread and looked forward to visiting again in order to try their “full-featured” snack. I wasn’t really expecting a Brettljause, more of a “belegtes Brot,” i.e. a dish with the bread hidden under the meats rather than served separately.

“Schweinsbraten, Speck and mountain cheese” were what I had been promised by the menu. Lots of Schweinsbraten, a couple of hardly noticeable slices of Speck and tasteless cheese of two kinds (including a thick slice of a soft one) were what I got. If anything, the result was worse than the Schweinsbraten-only dish of yesterday. Also, today the bread tasted more spicy, with a strange flavor of perfume, which was on the borderline of acceptable.

Having said all that, Seeraunzn is still the best restaurant I have found around the Hallstättersee; the atmosphere and the location are great, and their Zirbenschnapps is still fantastic. If in the area, go there without hesitation. Just order some fish and avoid the Golsener Brotbrettl.

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Gasthaus Seeraunzn

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Gasthaus Seeraunzn 47.589948, 13.666885 visited on June 6, 2015visited on June 5, 2015Obersee 41, 4822 Bad Goisern, Austria (Directions)
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