The Baroque Hall in which this dinner performance takes place is a stunning, and well maintained setting for a lovely dinner and concert. The concert itself--consisting of arias from three of Mozart's most popular operas, among others, was excellent. The musicians (especially the concert maestra) and the two singers were quite talented and presented an enjoyable and engaging concert. There were breaks in between each piece, when the three dinner courses were served. The lukewarm clear broth soup with a lemon infused dumpling was served first, after 8 p.m., with the tiny entree (maybe a child-sized portion) of capauen (--think 1/4 of a game hen) served close to 9 p.m. There was an extensive wine list, which is so long that one is best advised to review it online in advance. No table could be considered bad, though I personally thought the front row table was a bit too close. The room opens at 6:30 p.m., but it's not necessary to get there that early; 7 - 7:10 p.m. would be plenty of time to get seated and get your drinks ordered. This is one venue in Salzburg for which people (tourists) do dress up. The bottom line is go for the concert and not the food; eat elsewhere before the concert.