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4 based on 24 reviews
Service was excellent, Food was tasty.We ordered Zillertal beer 2.8 Eu.Gulaschsuppe 4.1Salad 7 Eu.Hamburger 3.9 Eu.Pizza 8 Eu.Cake with Ice-cream scoop 4.1 Eu.In Austria they allow smoking in the resturant.We were seating in the balcony so it was disturbing.Other than that we enjoyed.
Self service restaurant serving the usual stuff. That sounds like I didn't like it - I did, but the mountain restaurants in the Tirol all seem to have the same menu, and it does get a bit samey, even though it is good, tasty, filling stuffI had an espresso, peppermint tea, and a breze 6Â¢20Nice place - Pine all over. Loo downstairs has a nice slogan saying "friends are like stars, you don't see them all the time but they are always there for you"
4 based on 57 reviews
Food was bad and definitely side dishes were taken from all inclusive part of restaurant. For every dish U get old potatoes - crocquets instead of salad from the menu, fried potatoes to turf & surf. Imagine steak and shrimps (quite good) with a side of fried old potatoes.hello thank you for your time to send us a feedback. We are sorry that the meal was not your taste. We can assure you that the potatoes are allways fresh and we serve the Surf and Turf with roastet potatoes and not with fried potatoes. it is your decision if you want salad or croquetes. Thank YouHotel Schiestl mit Team
In a stunning location, offering great sustenance for walkers - well worth the climb. Advise talking the forest walk up and the valley footpath down.
Visited the restaurant on our way home after a day in Jenbach. The food is excellent. Their burgers are to die for as are their chicken skewers. Thy have a little race track for children in their excellent outdoor area.
3 based on 25 reviews
Your holiday destination. The hotel is located directly at the entrance of the most active valley of the world. Very cozy ambience and typical for the Tyrolean art.
This charming little place, right by the station, is ruined by the overpowering stench of cigarette smoke. Fortunately they have outside seating, though why the smokers cant be banished there is beyond me! Beer is good.
The restaurant is located on the ground floor at the hotel (Hotel Sonnenuhr) and serves regional as well as international fare at fair rates. Open for dinner 17.30 - 21.00 daily.
Solid Austrian food; filling if not adventurous. We received great service from everyone at this hotel, Wonderful prices on beer and wine. They had a terrific celebration on New Year's Eve (Sylvestre) that culminated in a magnificent fireworks display.
4 based on 12 reviews
We dropped into Lavazza CaffÃ© to have a coffee with a piece of cake. At start we were irritated with the smoke inside â it was a surprise that smoking was allowed inside the local(!) Soon we found another room only for non-smokers. We got really good coffee and great strudels (one apple strudel and one cheese strudel) and we were pleased :-)
4 based on 107 reviews
I had trouble locating a place to buy a bottle of water on Saturday evening in this town, but instead stumbled across this restsurant.It's a restaurant, bar and "whiskey museum" all in one (well, "museum" is probably an overstatement - but they do have an impressive collection of whiskeys from around the world).It's not a huge place - but a cozy one, so you better call ahead to make a reservation.Obviously, they have an extensive liquor menu which impresses you not only by whiskey selection but by wine and beer pages as well. The food menu is not huge, but trust me - it's GOOD. The prepararion, the presentation, the serving - all call for high marks. Even simplest things like, say, chicken breast, are cooked in perfect balance, so you go "mmmm, das schmeckt es gut!". The service was very friendly and fast. They have English menus for German-inept (like myself).All in all, a very good experience, will definitely come back if I'm passing through Jenbach again.
The cakes are wonderful, had a goulash soup for lunch which was lovely there is a varied menu. The large conservatory is non smoking and has a lovely view over the lake and church.
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