With perhaps the best Italian food in Salzburg, this under-the-radar find looks like nothing from the outside. Inside it's authentically Italian, with a case displaying various smoked salamis, mortadellas, and prosciuttos. There's a bunch of chairs and tables thrown together—the vibe is so much like a family kitchen that there isn't even a menu. The staff are glad to put together an antipasti plate (€10 for two) of your choosing. Pasta dishes are delectable, changing daily, with three versions per night for a very affordable €8.80. The wine is nothing special, but absolutely enjoyable.