I happened by this brewpub which is located in a lovely tucked away area of the 9th district. The service is very friendly and the food is quite good but not outstanding. I had a taste of the stout which was very dry for a stout but pleasant nevertheless. The Weizenbier was quite good.
Like the beer garden in summer, which is located on a beautiful square in the 9th district, very typical for Vienna. Inside it is average. Also food and beers are average at the best. However would still come again on a hot Summer day to enjoy the nice atmosphere outside.
Feels like sitting inside a poor attempt at an English pub. Four house brews that were oddly bad and yes the stout is just weird. I guess the outdoor seating is nicely located on the quiet Sobieskiplatz but I would not have a reason to come back here. Very smoky inside.
Service was good, so was the soup I ate. Not much positive to say about the place. I didn’t quote get the Highlander feeling, other than the sword on the wall. Poorly ventillated, so it gets very smokey even in the non-smoking area, even on a non-busy evening. Some better lighting and a strong ventillation system could improve this place.
Located in a nice small square with big patio. Very slow service; I had to wait more than 20 minutes to order and to get my second round although the place was almost empty (6 people). Wouldn’t hurt to be more illuminated.
Went once in 2006. Nice enough, but the beer really was below average for the city, and they didn’t have the stout when I went, which is what I wanted most to try. Food was decent, and I had a good time, but didn’t go back. A rather interesting / strange garden atmosphere in the middle of a city street.