Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Mozart Concert and Dinner at Stiftskeller in Salzburg. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The dinner was relatively basic, could be much nicer if they wanted it to be. The company we had at the dinner was very enjoyable, so the restaurant do put in a bit of effort in seating arrangements. The concert was excellent, by far the best ahead of similar events we attended in Vienna and Berlin.
Outstanding property. Grandly historic, but modern and up to date. Great staff. Best location in Salzburg - accross from Mozart's home, next to Mirabel Gardens, 2 blocks from the river and old town. And all at reasonable prices. I can't recommend highly enough.
Wonderful evening! The music was fantastic and the singers were very entertaining. The food was very good. Highly recommend this one!
What a brilliant evening. We were made to feel very welcome. The opera singers were very entertaining and the quintet played beautifully. The food was perfectly presented although not plentiful. It was such a novel experience and a definite must when visiting Salzburg. All in all a brilliant and enjoyable evening.
Magnificent! We enjoyed the front table for dinner so were only metres from the performers. The musicians clearly enjoyed themselves and we had a wonderful time. The environment was superb and we were transported to another place in time.
Enjoyed the concert and dinner. A very nice way to spend an evening in Salzburg.
Excellent night out. A must for Salzburg. Food was suburb and concert was even better than could be imagined.Beautiful setting.
Great evening. The meal was lovely too. We sat down and had the opportunity to order drinks (they billed everyone at the end for the drinks), the wine was over priced though, as you'd expect. We had 20 minutes of Don Giovanni played by a string quintet and 2 opera singers then were given the starter. Another 20 minutes of performance followed, of the Marriage of Figaro, then the main course, then 20 minutes of The Magic Flute, then dessert. Beautiful venue, and the food was lovely. Some people had a different menu to the majority, so it appears that there are more than one menu to choose from when you book, I wasn't aware of this.