Originally planned to go to the local No. 1 restaurant Gasthof Franz Josef for lunch, and the result was full. Another was the restaurant brought by the hotel Peter Hotel, named paul der wirt, and the local restaurant was ranked No. 6. The restaurant is great for the height and the location of the outdoor and window to enjoy the entire Lake St. Wolfgang, view is superb! Because of the good weather, Lake St. Wolfgang is like a blue jewel, shining in the Austrian Lake District. There were many lakes on our trip, but Lake St. Wolfgang was the only one we had on a sunny day. So, before we really started to play, I had a great impression of it. The Rain God finally came home to rest when we arrived at St. Wolfgang. The restaurant is very freshly decorated, we sit on the seat next to the sunlit window and look lazy at the lake outside the window. I ordered strawberry juice, but I didn't expect it to be bottled, the seasoning juice and fresh squeeze always have a gap in the taste. My main course was a barbecue mix full of plates. The pickles were in place, the meat was delicious, and the meat eaters were able to stutter with satisfaction. We also had a hot vegetable in Europe for the first time, and we were finally free from cold salad leaves. There is another large plate of American French fries with tomato sauce, so full, if not in a hurry, I can eat for an afternoon. After lunch, there is a great viewing attraction on the platform at the hotel entrance, when the whole platform was only us. We first looked up at the lake at St. Wolfgang, with its hills and hills, its watery, generous sunshine, and its cottages scattered along the surface. The lakes are more clean and chic than the more crowded Halstadts, which have the best of the lakes, but are not so well known that it is a mass of tourists. There are many towns along the Deauer border that remind people of the phrase: "Choose a city to die." St. Wolfgang is certainly a model.