That's the taste of the Mühlviertel
Specialities from the granite country - from beer to smoked bacon
What does the Mühlviertel taste of? A beer aficionado would answer straightaway, bitter-hoppy. Aromatic-spicy, says the herbal expert. It has the taste and the strength of linseed oil, knows the gourmet. And the robust aroma of smoky bacon and Most apple wine, as the insider will add. The great thing: each of them is right. Continue reading
“Hauben”-rated restaurants – hotspots for local cuisine
With subtlety and simplicity, the award-winning father-son cooking team of Philip and Helmut Rachinger of Mühltalhof creatively serves up local products. Another must-see for gourmets is the Culinariat GenussAtelier restaurant by Bergergut, whose kitchen is run by two-Hauben chef Thomas Hofer.
Traditional tavern culture in the Mühlviertel region
What would the Mühlviertel region be without its restaurateurs, who not only cultivate hospitality but also know exactly how to showcase local culinary specialities? Like the region’s typical bacon, served in the form of baked bacon dumplings, called Speckknödel. Or linseed oil served in its traditional form as linseed oil potatoes. And who could forget enjoying a Mühlviertel beer.