Looked closed but it wasn’t - just dark inside! Beers - basically adequate - seemed more gassy than any others we had in brewpubs. We all ate Goulasch here - small portion but very tasty and adequate. We found out afterwards that the pretzels, whilst waiting for food, were not a gift and the bread rolls with the Goulash were also a chargeable extra. The waiter was charming, very chatty and rather pushy - with good American English.
Waited 5 minutes to be served. Then she came back a few times to check if I needed anything. Solid service. A lot of tables were reserved for 6pm. 3 beers and a seasonal offering. A more modern interior, but still wooden tables and cool kettle light fixtures. Prices weren’t bad and you pick from 4 different sizes. €3.50 for a 1/2 L.
Saeglopur (109) Vienna Woods, Austria | March 19, 2014| Updated February 8, 2016
Nice, traditional brewpub in nice corner beside the old town district. Inside it is really cosy, with dimmed light and wooden interior. The Food is tasty and affordable, service is friendly. Their standard beers are OK, but nothing special. They always have a special brew which sometimes is really tasty. Definitely worth a visit.
Really good looking place, classic wooden/copper interior. The service was pretty fast, they know how to serve their beers. The selection of beers (3 year-round + 1 special) is not the greatest and the beers themselves are not amongst the best, but they are still worth a visit. I had a burger and it was really great. The prices are quite good considering where you are. Overall I really liked the place, makes you feel at home quickly.
Slightly out of town brewpub. Mercifully the smoking area is quite well sealed off from the non smoking area. Service was very prompt and they spoke very good English. The food was tasty and pretty good value, I had a huge pile of Ribs. There is an English menu. A meal for two and 4 beers was 30 euros. The beers decent but hardly cutting edge. All in all a pleasant place to get dinner and few decent beers.
The beers are average, all have a very similar after taste. They are having around 5 own beers on tap, one is changing each month. My favorite is the Alt beer. Food is very good and I like the beer garden in summer, especially when it’s hot you have a lot of shadow.
Another brewpub worth mentioning as a place, mostly because of the food, which is great and not expensive at all. Beer selection is mediocre, as well as the service, but you can order 0.2l beers for tasting and have a great lunch in nice ambiance.