The Best Restaurants in Burgenland

116 restaurants ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale in Burgenland. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Onion brioche, beurre blanc and choux - Alain Weissgerber flexes his French muscles time and again. In between comes veal or garden vegetables from the open fire. Top cuisine at its best!

Hauptstraße 31–33, 7081 Schützen, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Whether with the Sautanz or the "normal" menu, the credo of offal celebrant Max Stiegl is: there is no such thing as a bad piece of animalistic. This applies to grey cattle and camera sheep as well as goat.

Hauptgasse 64, 7083 Purbach, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

The impressive hotel building by winemaker Scheiblhofer also stands out when it comes to fine dining. You rub your eyes, especially when it comes to wine. The kitchen loves elegance (sauces!) and draws on the full range of ingredients.

Resortplatz 1, 7163 Andau, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

A flagship in southern Burgenland, where classic dishes (Feuerfleck/Tarte Flambée, fish soup) are creatively refined on the wood stove. The top service from Melanie Csencsits and Ober Géza is complemented by an impressive wine cellar.

Harmisch 13, 7512 Harmisch, Austria

This winegrowing family's restaurant was an insider tip, especially for guests of the Residenz. Tobias Velich's cuisine is strongly French-inspired. Beurre blanc and ‘Stekovics’ vegetables.

Illmitzer Straße 7–13, 7143 Apetlon, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Neusiedler catfish, steppe beef and Mangalitza are just three of the local ingredients in this special kind of inn. Markus Lentsch serves timelessly good cuisine along with the restaurant's own wines. A perfect match!

Hauptstraße 39, 7141 Podersdorf, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

At lunchtime, home-style cooking reigns supreme, while Mateo Lopez offers more experimental dishes in the evening: catfish meets pork belly and caviar meets venison. Regional wine delicacies are available to take away in the vinotheque.

Am Ratschen 5, 7474 Deutsch Schützen, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

An industrial monument is one thing. Delighting guests in a contemporary way is another. The young crew achieves this with lentil dal as well as with Beuschel and the almost legendary original cheese dumplings. Fine!

Ziegelofengasse 28, 2485 Wimpassing an der Leitha, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Game (venison roast beef or shoulder of venison) is in season all year round at the Fröhlicher Arbeiter. The grammel dumplings too. Hannes Tschida knows his way around rustic cuisine and also draws on the full range of wines.

Quergasse 98, 7143 Apetlon, Austria

Four days a week, Martin Steinkellner invites guests to dine at Kranich by Steinkellner. His fine dining line is seasonal and purist. Also in the "Friedensburg": wine masterclass with experienced guests!

Klingergasse 2–4, 7461 Stadtschlaining, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

The restaurant has evolved from the "small Taubenkobel" and now serves casual Burgenland fare. Cabbage and sausages, but also whatever vegetables the season has to offer. Simply casual, simply casual.

Hauptstraße 31–33, 7081 Schützen, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Now a must-visit between lake tours, wine tasting and stork watching. Michael Pilz keeps the level high: with handmade pasta, sorbets from his own production and delicacies such as farm duck.

Rathausplatz 10, 7071 Rust, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

When catfish liver is delivered by fishing legend Emmerich Varga, you should go for it. Oliver Wiegand knows his way around such gourmet dishes, but also serves roast beef or farmer's chicken for two.

Seepark, 7121 Weiden am See, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

The "Kohlenfisch" can already be considered a classic at this fine dining spot on the lake. However, the beef tartare is also a work of art under the masterful hands of Kevin Szalai's team.

Storchengasse 1, 7152 Pamhagen, Austria

Elaborate and product-focused cuisine - Adi Karner is at his best when it comes to fish and seafood. The patron doesn't like mainstream wines, but Istrian and local winemakers much more.

Hauptplatz 15, 7423 Pinkafeld, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Thomas Pugel celebrates ten years at the Fossil stove. The recipe for success? Local ingredients, refined to perfection. It reads like this: Black pudding praline or Mangalitza-Grammelknödel.

Kellergasse 6K, 7083 Purbach, Austria
Ethnic Cuisine

Even under the new kitchen management, the focus has not been lost on beef: the Hallers' circular economy provides the basis for tartare, burgers and, of course, the inimitable steaks from Fleckvieh cattle.

Gemeindestraße 30, 7411 Allhau market, Austria
Contemporary Cuisine

When it comes to wine, sommelier Peter H. Müller has always had a blast. Eclectic dishes are also served on the plates, namely everything that he likes: catfish meets Adana kebab and flat iron steak.

Neustiftgasse 3, 7122 Gols, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Steckerlfisch in summer and delicious fish soup are just two of the dishes you should try. What the pond and forest (Unterwarter Wildsau) have to offer is refined. Countryside dining at its best!

Teichwald 1, 7501 Oberdorf, Austria
Classic & Traditional Cuisine

Buffalo mozzarella on the 19th hole is how you could describe the Italian atmosphere of the refreshment point on the golf course. Delicious dishes in the Jandrisits family's repertoire: organic lamb cevapcici and piccata milanese.

Am Golfplatz 2, 7431 Bad Tatzmannsdorf, Austria