Monday, November 28, 2016

Eating like an emperor at Kaiserhaus

Kaiser Franz Josef I of Austria....not Karl Franz of Aldorf

The following Kaiserhaus meal Essen wie ein Kaiser was apparently a favourite of Kaiser Franz Josef I, former emperor of Austria if the literature in the menu were to be believed.


This first plate was not part of that. This was a linguine in lemon butter with duck foie gras starter which we though would be a nice addition to the meal. The liver was very tasty and oozing with rendered fat.  


The main item in the Essen wie ein Kaiser was the tafelspitz - beef rump and oyster blade served in a copper pot with beef bouillon and mixed root vegetables.


Accompanying that were their very delicious buttery rosti, a garlicky creamed spinach and horseradish sauce. The latter was awesome. It was like the non-cream version of Lawry's horseradish cream for their prime rib. There were equal parts to the sharpness and sweetness.


There were dumpling options for the beef broth in the pot. I picked the leberknödel - liver dumpling.


Here be the obligatory look at the tasty dumpling in the broth.


The beef bouillon came with a couple of bone marrow. So bone marrow, butter and bread. Mmmmm...


This was what a prettied plate of the food looked like. That's the oyster blade which was tender and delicious. Made extra delicious with their horseradish which I couldn't get over.


Dessert wasn't part of the Essen wie ein Kaiser so we ordered a slice of their raspberry truffle to end. 

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