Gastmeisterei im Stift Klosterneuburg. It was fancy, and more expensive than we wanted to spend (over 80 Euros, but then again, that's for two adults and four children!) but it was delicious! The kids all had the kids meal (wienerschnitzel and French fries); I had “Tafelspitz vom Weiderind (gekochtes Rindfleisch mit Rösti, Cremespinat, Apfelkren und Schnittlauchsauce)” which, as our waitress (who had lived in New York for ten years and had pretty much perfect English) explained was the traditional Viennese meal. It was basically roast beef (ox-meat) with shredded pan-fried potatoes, assorted steamed veggies and creamed spinach. But what put it over the top was the sauces—one was applesauce and the other sour cream, but GET THIS…there was horseradish shavings in each sauce! It was delicious. Who would have thought that horseradish in applesauce would be delicious, but it was. My wife had a whole fish—as in, it was all there on her plate, head, eyes, everything. But she loved it—it melted in your mouth. Really tasty. And all the food is from local suppliers! We couldn’t resist getting dessert (although this was the least impressive part of the meal). Our 10 and 9 year old daughters shared the Marzipanmousse and loved it; our 6 year old son had chocolate molten cake which was like every single chocolate molten cake you've ever had in your entire life; and Jane and I shared “Feuer und Eis,” which was two small scoops of lime/thyme gelato and a small bowl of strawberries that had been marinated in hot chili peppers. It was all tasty, but the desserts were certainly not worth the extra expense.
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