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Looking for something original and creative, we found Cook during our brief stay in Linz. The restaurant is small, maybe 8 tables, and staffed by the proprietors. The menu is a blend of Austrian with a Scandinavian influence. We started with smoked salmon, followed by...More
I don't often write negative reviews but I believe in criticism where criticism is due and can't let this one pass. As many reviewers here on TripAdvisor have pointed out yes, the cooking at Cook is refreshingly eclectic and remarkably varied for such a tiny,...More
Two brothers are the geniuses behind this small restaurant; one is the chef and the other is the server and host. They focus on locally sourced produce, meat, fresh pasta, etc, etc. Inventive and deliciously prepared and presented with reasonable prices. Nice small wine list,...More
Wonderful little restaurant, great atmosphere and quite a unique experience. The two brothers who run it are extremely friendly and we had a great evening out dining at Cook for my wife’s birthday. The food was delicious. We had fillet steak and sliced deer shank...More
The food is wonderful and unique given the Scandinavian and Asian fusion cooking.
The brothers who run the place are very friendly, helpful and interactive.
Scallops weren’t on the menu at this time, but they whipped them up upon request.
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Rare these days to have multiple dishes unlike anything you have had before, but Cook managed to pull that off. Combinations of unusual and familiar flavors, but with a focus on fresh ingredients and artful presentation. Do not pass up the scallops starter if on...More
not your usual restaurant, given the interesting fusion of scandinavan and asian kitchen.
image depicts the starter. "irrer jakob" (scallops) was not our best choice (subjective thing), but the "duo vom hirsch" was superb - followed by lecker desserts ;-)