Reviews on German food in Badia, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including La Fraina, Rifugio Santa Croce, I Tabla, Restaurant Ustaria Posta, Adlerkeller, Fornella, Rifugio Edelweiss, Rifugio La Brancia, Luianta, Hotel Restaurant Jagerhof
Things to do in Badia
4 based on 186 reviews
I love the Beef Tagliata here. Always great friendly service and good menu. Desserts always great and whenever we take friends with us, all happy.
4 based on 353 reviews
The first time we went to Luijanta was a year ago with our skiing instructor, who suggested it was an easy-access place if you fancied a coffee. We had lunch there a few times and thought it was a good price-quality option. We went back this year and as a result had lunch there every day during our skiing trip. There is an outdoor terrace with a view of the mountains and chairlift/slope, which is great in sunny weather. Otherwise, there is plenty of sitting inside.The place looks nice and modern, the service is fairly quick, but most importantly, the food is excellent. Pizza arrives in about 5 minutes, pasta and mains take a little longer. The menu has both local specialities as well as classic Italian dishes. I found that dishes are served beautifully, was particularly impressed by veal carpaccio. We have also tried tagliatelle with porcini mushrooms, grilled sausage with polenta and mushrooms, pizzas. My personal favourite is gnocchi Lujanta style. I can definitely recommend this place.
4 based on 117 reviews
Mixed reviews here. Not sure why. We've been skiing in the area for over 20 years and we think Brancia is one of the best mountain restaurants. You can nearly always get a table, service is good, food is excellent and its one of the cheapest on the mountain, without compromising on quality.
4 based on 381 reviews
I stopped by at this hut on the way down from Puez hike for Apertivos. The proximity to mountains nearby, animals grazing around, and the hospitality of the family running it, made it a memorable experience. I wanted to go back before I left Corvara! .
4 based on 1363 reviews
Nice and welcoming staff. Really good food. Cozy environment. We ordered pizza, and we will have to come back and try the beef. Good menu!!!
4 based on 836 reviews
Typical tyrolean ambience with ladin specialities. Opened every day for lunch and dinner.
When we got tired of the food at our hotel (which was included in the half-board package), so we decided to try this place. First clue of quality: it was a very quiet night in town after a very busy weekend, almost no one around, and the Adlerkeller was going to be full. We just squeaked in. We both had the barley soup âexcellentâand for mains I had the Stinco Maiale (leg of pig) and my wife had ravioli. Mine was exceptional, very tender, very flavorful, like Osso Bucco minus the sauce and risotto. My wifeâs ravioli was a little bitter to our taste, although others around us ordered it also and seemed to enjoy. We skipped dessert, but these guys have a great selection of grappa (if you know your grappas, and I like to think I do) so we had one of the Berta offerings and it was terrific. Cozy atmosphere, great service, really good glass of wine, great evening.
4 based on 110 reviews
We were guests on two occasions at this charming hotel, so breakfast and dinner were included as part of our tour package.Breakfast was always a huge, varied spread of cereals, fruits, yogurts, pastries, cold cuts, cheeses, high quality teas, juices, etc. Dinner for us was included each evening, and the 3-course meals consisted of large portions. The salad buffet was filling on its own; but then theyâd serve a Primi of soup or generous pile of pasta, followed by a Secondi of meat slabs with potatoes and root vegetables, and finished with a generous Dolci such as ice cream. Wine was always available. Hubs and I would usually be full after the Primi. Everything was hearty, fresh, and full of REAL flavor unlike the U.S.âs conventionally grown and raised produce and meats.Staff did their utmost to keep us happy and well-fed. They did their jobs with pride and if there's one aspect I miss about Alta Badia (besides the food), it's the people at Ustaria Posta.
4 based on 374 reviews
The weather was bad, the place was just close, so we followed the reviews of other advisors. Well, fortunately tastes are different, but unfortunately we missed a great lunch elsewhere. Uncomfortable atmosphere, service friendly but beer arrived after the food and the food itself- nothing to talk about ...Dear wonderfulworld81 from Zurich, in your nickname there is a positive perspective that unfortunately is not reflected in your review about us and we are extremely sorry about this. In fact, in the mountains it can happen that there is a bad day in terms of weather and this obviously means that the atmosphere is not as beautiful as when the sun is shining and the sky is blue and when our guests have lunch on our Terrace overlooking the magnificent view of the Marmolada and Sassongher ....and Iâm not making excuses for âa hiccupâ that can happen while working like the one you described in your review: the beer did not arrive until after the food. However, maybe it would have simply been enough to point it out to the waiter who would have immediately apologized and made up for it.This, together with the food which was not to your liking, means that you harshly gave us a rating of âterribleâ. Mr. Wonderful, your review has really hurt us. It hurt me, my family and my staff, down to the wire after the winter season. A season that has been extremely rewarding, as you can see from the many other TripAdvisor reviews from which you disassociate yourself. But the world is âwonderfulâ and there is room for all tastes. At the Rifiugio I TablÃ each day we strive to make our guests happy. If we did not manage to do this with you, once again, please accept my sincerest apologies. Come and see us again next winter and youâll see that we will change your mind about us. Greetings from the Dolomites Michaela and family
4 based on 253 reviews
Fairly old Rifugio located against one of the more beautiful Dolomite peaks. We hiked from around San Cassiano and it was a welcome sight for our lunch. We sat outside to soak in the sun and the awesome views. The food itself was mediocre and my Kaiserschmarren was not up to standard. The server forgot my beer order and I had to remind her after other tables were getting their beer/wine orders and we were not. She later apologized.
4 based on 189 reviews
We have had many ski stops here for a drink or aprÃ©s before, this year we had lunch. Service was speedy the food was plentiful and good quality. Priced well and the service was brilliant. Gets the sun all day if you want to sit out.
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