Austrian cooking at its most exciting. Traditional Austrian country cooking and fine dining come together perfectly at Landhaus Bacher. Most of the country’s gourmets and critics agree – Landhaus Bacher is the best Mediterranean restaurant in Austria!

The Pinnacle of Nouvelle Cuisine

At Landhaus Bacher, we have offered impeccable meals for four decades. Lisl Wagner-Bacher took over the guest house from her parents in 1979 and was awarded her first Gault Millau chef’s hat only three years later. The second followed one year after that, as well as the title “1983 Chef of the Year.”

The third chef’s hat came in 1988 and, in 1991, Landhaus Bacher was awarded the “Trophée Gourmet for Creative Cuisine” from “A la Carte,” where the restaurant has held the top spot in Austria for several years, having earned 99 out of 100 points. In the 2004/2005 Michelin Guide, Landhaus Bacher was awarded two Michelin stars right off the bat.

Stepson Thomas Dorfer, the new Head Chef and 2009 Chef of the Year, brings his own fresh ideas into the kitchen, as he has done for several years.

In doing so, he remains true to the course set by his stepmother Lisl Wagner-Bacher, yet keeps the restaurant’s cuisine modern by adding his own contemporary touches. Which means that, in the coming years, Landhaus Bacher is bound to stay just like it is today: committed to Austrian culinary traditions and yet exciting and innovative.