Falstaff restaurant guide 2019: 90 points & 3 forks
Bistro-Restaurant Rosengarten is top newcomer
The Falstaff restaurant guide 2019 has rated the Bistro-Restaurant Rosengarten in Kirchberg one of Austria’s top newcomers. Chef Martin Kinast and his team have entered the Austrian ranking with 90 points and 3 forks placing the Bistro-Restaurant Rosengarten at fourth place in the list of best newcomers.
The food at the Bistro-Restaurant Rosengarten in Kirchberg exhibits a down-to-earth approach to authentic Austrian cuisine as well as a modern, sophisticated twist. In the spirit of Alpine Elements Cuisine, the bistro focuses on creating delicious dishes to restore the body’s healthy acid-base balance. Whether it’s a fine, casual or business lunch, or a special family dinner, under the patronage of Simon Taxacher, Martin Kinast cooks with passion, team spirit and a pinch of pluck. The latter has paid off and earned him a top rating in the Falstaff restaurant guide 2019.
What is the Falstaff restaurant guide?
The Falstaff editorial team was able to refer to more than 255,000 reviews submitted by around 18,800 ordinary restaurant-goers. Around 1,800 restaurants were rated for their food, service, wine list and ambience. Heinz Reitbauer of the Steirereck maintained his position as Austria’s top-ranking chef with 100 points.
Considered the most important guide to Austrian gastronomy, the Falstaff 2019 is in its 14th edition. The Falstaff’s data bank comprises around 93,000 wines and ratings, 13,000 restaurants, 2,700 hotels, 1,000 cafés, Austria’s best bars and more than 2,000 wine shops. With a circulation of approx. 140,000 copies, Falstaff is the most important German-language culinary lifestyle magazine. Falstaff.at is Austria’s widest-reaching wine and gourmet website with more than 760,000 visits per month and over 2.6 million page views.