Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Fischer Wirt St. Gilgen Austria

Situated on the water's edge, this popular seafood restaurant does a fish platter, some meat dishes also feature on the menu is the various of drinks selection. We feasted on Austrian fried pork after having started with soups.
The character of this place greets you at the door into Austrian and most of the furniture is made of pine, with servers wearing traditional attire, directing you to any number of linen covered tables. And natural beauties just in front on your window view.
We serve at first into a warm Austrian soup, with flavor broth and sliced of pancakes.
Everyone had chose Wiener Schnitzel for our main course. This dish is made up of thin slices of pork coated in breadcrumbs and deep-fried to a golden brown colour. It serve with nice texture of boiled or roasted potatoes and ketchup sauce. I think cranberries sauce is more match on this dish. And schintzel can be found on the menu of almost every restaurant in the country. 
We had the opportunity for a coffee and tried the hot cappuccino and my first taste of a uniquely Austrian coffee flavor.
Hot chocolate with whipped cream and dash of chocolate powder, and of course is freshly made chocolates and fantastic as well.
 Desert was ice cream and its great but we didn't finished. By the time we finished lunch, we were stuffed and ready to go for our quest in Vienna. The lady serving us was quite friendly. The food was good but what really drew me to this place was the location. . It was such a great time eating good food and is not quite a perfect one while sitting and looking out over the water at an incredible view directly on the shores of the Wolfgangsee Lake with a wonderful view on the surrounding mountains.
Fischer Wirt
Ischlerstrasse 21, A-5340 St. Gilgen, Austria

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