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Please note that Restaurant s'Herzl is currently closed and will re-open in June 2019.
Call to Reserve: +43 662 8084 889
Restaurant s'Herzl

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Discover the restaurant s'Herzl - a restaurant in the style of a Salzburg country inn from the 15th century, located directly on the world famous Getreidegasse in the heart of Salzburg's Old Town. Enjoy authentic Austrian cuisine and local delicacies in a casual setting. Our Herz'l ladies will welcome you warmly with their Salzburg charm.


  • Please note that the restaurant is currently closed due to refurbishment. Re-opening: June 2019.
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Lunch Special
s'Herzl Menu Enjoy authentic Salzburg cuisine in the cozy ambience of a former goldsmith's shop and be pampered by our daily changing lunch menu options. Enjoy and collect hearts: For each consumed lunch menu you will receive a heart for your loyalty as a thank-you! Enjoy 9 lunch menus and we invite you to the 10th lunch menu.


Lunch menu pass available at Restaurant s'Herzl.
Restaurant sHerzl
Salzburgs Flair at Restaurant s'Herzl Today, known as "the" place to meet in Salzburg's Old Town, guests enter the restaurant and hotel from the Karajanplatz into a folkloristic, creative atmosphere evocative of past times. Evidence of its historic prestige lies in the photos of famous musicians and artists, which line the walls. Leonard Bernstein, Herbert von Karajan, Helmut Luhner, and actor Curt Jurgens are among them.
Waitresses wear dirndls to emphasize the traditional Austrian ambience. Dark wood tables and chairs decorate the rooms while golden light from scattered lamps cast romance. Fine table linens serve as a simple background for authentic Salzburg cuisine.
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Discover over 600 years of hotel history
In the footsteps of Restaurant s'Herzl History of the Restaurant s'Herzl traces back to 1767, when the restaurant was a goldsmith shop. Today, known as "the" place to meet in Salzburg's old town, guests enter the restaurant and hotel from the Karajanplatz into a folkloristic, creative atmosphere evocative of past times. Evidence of its historic prestige lies in the photos of famous musicians and artists, which line the walls. Leonard Bernstein, Herbert von Karajan, Helmut Lohner, and actor Curd Jurgens are among them.
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