Horst – most cosiest place in Linz


Horst in Linz – aka the cosiest place in the city

I’ve walked past it a couple of times. I’ve also read about it online on Doris’ blog (only German) and I knew one thing: I needed to visit him, and I already knew I would be completely in love with him! But what am I talking about? I’m talking about the lovely Horst. But Horst sadly isn’t a person, but a wonderful and cosy little nest in Linz. It’s so much more than a place to eat – primarily it’s a shop for home decoration. It’s one of those where you’ll spend way too much money (and you’ll find wonderful things for your mum as well).

Home decoration @ Horst

Lunch and Tea @ Horst

Horst serves healthy lunch menus – either a soup or a salad and a main course. But you’ll need to be quick – they only prepare a certain amount of meals. Call them to reserve a spot. Monday to Thursday there’s vegetarian meals and on Friday it’s vegan time.

Even though Horst is Austrian, he loves a good English Teatime. So he serves tea (and coffee) and fresh cake in the afternoon.

During the day you’ll always get some cake as well as hot and cold drinks – also try their homemade ice tea (I especially loved their ginger-lemon one).

By the way, in summer you can sit in their shady courtyard.

Schmausen im Horst LinzHorst Linz

Find Horst

Mozartstraße 19 – get off Mozartkreuzung and walk Eastbound – it’s not far, I promise 😉

Here you’ll find more about them and the current menu.

To me, Horst is a fantastic place, where you can work on your laptop, but also read a good book or meet up with friends.Dear Horst, I already know it, we’ll become very dear friends

Dear Horst, I already know it, we’ll become very dear friends ♥︎

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