I have been here many many times over the past 30 years. This place has it all, as long as you're not looking for expensive ambience-- it is quite shabby actually. I have never eaten badly here, only well. The menu card is pages and pages long; we used to joke about subterranean caverns wherein all that food must be stored and cooked! I don't know how they do it, but service is fast and the food is always more than good. Fried foods (such as a real Wiener Schnitzel, made from veal, not pork) are invariably grease-free and the chef is a dab hand with sauces too. You can get everything from hearty cheapo student meals like Knödel und Ei (leftover bread dumplings sliced and friend with egg) to gourmet offerings like homemade ravioli filled with lobster. Especially good are the traditional Austrian meals such as boiled beef with apple horseradish, creamed spinach and Rösti, or anything from the seasonal daily menu. There is a large shaded garden out back for summer days-- oh, and do order the Salzburger Nockerln at least once. Some people complain about one of the waiters who can be a bit surly but to me he is an institution. The beer is good, the wine is good, and I can't imagine anyone not finding something on the menu to appeal. BdP does not advertise: they don't need to. Grazers know where to go!
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