Find out what German restaurants to try in Tulfes including Gasthaus zum goldenen Lowen, Augustiner Keller, Goldener Engl, Restaurant Bierwirt, Ritterkuchl, Isserwirt, Das Grander, Gasthaus Vogelsberg, Tiroler Weinstube, Alpengasthof Walderbrucke
4 based on 42 reviews
Well known place for good local Tyrolian food like Wiener Schnitzel etc.Friendly and fast service in separate smoker and non smoker area. With nice weather in summer outdoor dining area.Indoors warm and traditional ambience
4 based on 305 reviews
Tiroler Weinstube in Innsbruck is a cultural Austrian restaurant/pub. It doesn't strive for attention using fancy displays or an elaborate website. It is a local establishment that gives you a family-owned feeling that you may expect from a small-scale hotspot from the 70's and 80's. Charming in the sense that it never seems to make you feel marketed towards as a tourist, but slightly to the contrary as regulars stop their conversations as you walk in through a cloud of tobacco smoke to order a drink or request a table. The smaller non-smoking section is located in the rear while the few outdoor tables seem to allow for better ventilation. Rumors of massive serving sizes convinced us to order the smaller goulash plate with bread and the award winning best value choice pork with dumpling, gravy, and small side salad. What was served to us looked simple, but tempting. Exceptional taste and quantity for a fit couple in their mid-30's who are usually fairly critical of what they are served. Excellent value at â¬13.20 after tax (and â¬3.20 additional for a large dark brew) made us quite pleased with our experience apart from having to choose a few annoying flies outside over a denser smoke filled interrior. Recommended mostly for the value and quality of the food along with the authentic feeling, less so for the person who has issues with tobacco smoke. Waitress speaks English. We share other reviews on our blog, "Eat Wander Explore".
4 based on 26 reviews
There is fantastic restaurant! They have beautiful view and unbelievable food. We took schnitzel and it was very good, really big and tasty. Soup of the season was garlic and it was really-really nice. So they have a lot of fantastic dishes! I think, that you will spend a good time here.
4 based on 75 reviews
Imaginative set menu offered every weekday, normally with a choice between 2 starters, 2 main plates and 2 deserts - usually for under â¬15. If there weathers fine [spring, summer or early fall] they have a large terrace that offers views of the surrounding Inn Valley mountains.
4 based on 77 reviews
"Isserwirt" was my favorite back then in my student days 50+ years ago and it still is. Whenever I come to Innsbruck, I will go to there to have my beer(s) and "Schmankerls" (= local food specialties), preferably at that corner table in the "Beerstube". (I actually had my wedding dinner there 44 years ago!)I LOVE THAT PLACE!
4 based on 28 reviews
We wanted to do something different on this trip to Austria and this fit the bill. We reserved online, but they had to move our reservation to a different day. The management notified us immediately and kindly offered us another time. Our German language skills are limited, and we were the only foreigners dining that night. However, the staff made us feel very welcome and included my husband in part of the dining experience. We truely felt like we were part of the crowd! Many of the patrons went out of their way to befriend us and offer insights into Austrian German speaking ( not a real suprise, I find Austrians to be kind and friendly everywhere we go). We booked the six course meal which was way too much food for two people. The food quality was very good. All in all, this was a very fun night. I would however recommend it to a larger group- there is just too much food for 2! Perhaps the four couse option would have been more appropriate for us. The only con of this evening was the difficulty in finding this place. It is tucked away in a small alley- and there are many small alleys in this city!
4 based on 316 reviews
As is typical of a Tyrolean inn, the chef here serves only the very best from Tyrol and the rest of Austria. Variety and regional products are a priority for us. The ingredients largely come from the surrounding area - whether Tyrolean dumplings or Vienne
It's a huge restaurant with a lot of tables in different separated rooms and outside seating, too. Mostly they serve local dish.The staff was very attentive and fulfilled all our special requests.The food was very good and delivered very quick; but fresh cooked!We were so satisfied, that we'd come back the very next day!!We do highly recommend this restaurant !
4 based on 43 reviews
Culinary delights at the Restaurant Goldener Engl The perfect setting for your private parties and events awaits you here at the Restaurant Goldener Engl. We would be happy to provide you with an individual menu with traditional Austrian cuisine of the hi
We were sent here by Gasthof Badl for an early, light dinner and a beer. We ordered a burger of beef and one of pork, one with potato wedges and the other with dumpling wedges. They were huge, flavorful, and reasonably priced. The beer was as advertised. Service was personable and fitting for this seventeenth century hotel.Thank you very much for your feedback!Best regards Team Engl
4 based on 137 reviews
Augustiner BrÃ¤u Keller You can expect hearty specialties and Bavarian brewing class here. Which place would be more appropriate for an Augustiner beer, brewed in the oldest brewery in Munich, than the Gothic vaulted cellar and the beer dungeon at the Hote
Along with the amazing experience and amazing pretzels, the food is pretty great as well. Food is much better than other beer houses.
4 based on 137 reviews
We waited 45 minutes to be offered a drink. The bad service contiuned with forgotten drinks, no apoligizes and food that did not meet expectations. The pepper steak had no pepper sauce and the wine glasses were not changed between white and red wine. Amazing this place stays open.
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