Discover Restaurants offering the best German food in Brixen im Thale, Austrian Alps, Austria. Brixen im Thale is a municipality situated at the highest point of the Brixental valley in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Every year on the Feast of Corpus Christi, the village celebrates the traditional Antlassritt.
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4 based on 14 reviews
The moment you walk around the hills and see Brixenbachalm, you just think you can get a meal there to resume your trip. But I found cosiness on the highest level! We spend a lot of time there, but not only with drinking and eating. We had a lot of fun and were just sitting there and talking and laughing, playing games. The hosts were very kind a made good meals, which I enjoyed. Thank you Brixenbackalm for the great experience, I would really like it to come back!
4 based on 29 reviews
This restaurant is located in the middle of red ski pista, so it's not as overcrowded as other at the Wilder Kaiser ski srea. Service is remarkably good and the food is tasty, while the portions are bigger than usual. Don't miss it!
4 based on 40 reviews
This is a âFantasticâ ski stop, in stunning surroundings that are sleek, modern (the building has undergone a â¬2 million revamp) and it is uber comfortable for sore ski legs.The food, service (staff are excellent) and value for money make this a must visit hutte in the WESTENDORF area. Ski in via the black run the 112 or the easier red 110 and threat yourself to one of the finest restaurants in the area.
4 based on 17 reviews
Nice terrace overlooking Westendorf. Carry on down to Hochbrixen, which is a crossroads to pretty much everywhere on this side of the mountain. Hot chocolate, fruit tea, and Kaiserschmarrn came to 13â¬40. Google Translate gives me Tripe for Schmarren (not a word I learnt in high school German class). So this is the kind of tripe that Emperors eat as opposed to the stomach lining of a cow that the peasants have. Everywhere round here offers a Kaiserschmarrn - it's, well, sort of a chopped up sweet omelette, with icing sugar on top and either apple sauce or cranberry sauce, sometimes both. Yet strangely, you rarely if ever see regular savoury omelette on the menu. Kaiserschmarrn is too sweet for my taste, but that's just me. Still, I would rather be eating this than regular tripe. I see I reviewed this place three years ago - I still like it...
3 based on 97 reviews
Visited this restaurant several times in the evening for dinner, with the kids and the dog.Very nice location, right in front of the church, and when there is an activity on the town square (like music), then you can enjoy this also from the terrace.Really not expensive at all, one of the cheaper restaurants we have eaten at in Tirol.Food is good quality and sufficient.Service is fast and very good.
4 based on 100 reviews
This is a great mountain ski restaurant above Scheffau with a very wide choice of dishes, good pricing, excellent service and a choice of well appointed seating areas. We have tried a few different cafe and restaurants across the Ski Welt Region and we think this is one of the best.This is our second year in succession skiing this part of the SkiWelt mountain arena. The restaurant sits just below the main Gondala up from Scheffau (Brandstadl II) on a gentle blue category piste (64). Pull over to the left of the piste, you can't miss it about half way down. You can sit inside in a well appointed, pretty area with large, bright windows overlooking the mountains, at the bar, outside or in a sheltered area with a glass perimeter and huge parasol. This is not a self-service restaurant. But the service is fast and, for 2017, their customer service is much better than last year. They must have been on a training course as they have a good system, working as a team, and they are very friendly. They all speak English if you struggle a little with your German language.The menu ranges from a breakfast, light snacks, cakes, desserts and full meals. It isn't expensive and, considering the overall quality, is value for money.Toilets are, as you would expect, clean and modern although they are downstairs so it's a trek with your ski boots but it's the same everywhere. I have noticed that the soap in the toilets seems to run out a lot when I visit so message to the team: do the loo inspection a bit more frequently and top up the soap!We have visited a number of cafe and mountain restaurants across the SkiWelt and also the Ski Jewel areas. We think that this ranks as one of the best. You can easily incorporate it into a terrific day of skiing on the mountain for the family. It is one of our favourite places to eat and relax while skiing.As an aside, the skiing around this restaurant is also great for beginners (not complete beginners but those who have made some progress beyond basic snowplough) and intermediates. There is a huge choice of pistes, a good lift system and they can create a proper ski experience with their extensive artificial snow cannon even when it hasn't snowed for as long as anyone can remember! Just as long as the temperature is not too high. The piste right outside the restaurant is one of the most forgiving for skiers wanting to build their confidence. And for those who are more adventurous there is the opportunity to leave the restaurant, pop your skis back on and then ski all the way down to the car park and bottom station - a wonderful experience across a varied and really long piste.Highly recommended.Arianne
4 based on 247 reviews
I've been here before. I gave it five stars before. I'll be coming here again.It's probably my favourite mountain restaurant in an area that has lots of nice mountain huts. Espresso and Hagebuttentee. Rosehip to you. Not the best espresso, but this is Austria, not Italy. Service was good. We came back a few hours later for lunch. Ribs, BBQ sauce, potato salad. I could have had a baked potato or chips. My partner had Wienerschitzel with chips, so I stole some of hers. Plate piled high, and all good
4 based on 45 reviews
Food was very nice here. Good choice, good quality food, at good prices. The place was also not crowded at lunch time.
4 based on 329 reviews
Ate here twice and both times good food, however! First night I asked for tap water and was given a bottle of water with top already unscrewed, queried this when the bill was presented as charged â¬4.40 but waitress put it down to a mistake / misunderstanding. Second time eating there a few days later I asked for tap water again, same scenario, I queried again when bill presented and was more forceful with my query, there was some consultation between the waitress and head of house but no offer of removing the water from the bill, but offered schnapps instead (guilty offering I suspect). To the restaurant - why do it? All you are going to get is annoyed customers which is a shame when the food and service is actually good - when your customers ask for tap water they want tap water (particularly in the mountainous region of Austria) not to be charged for tap water in a fancy bottle, all you will get is a poor reputation and declining sales!!!We have sparking waterWe have still waterWe have water from the tapeYou ordert still water, we serve still water and you drink still water!But please come back I give you back the 4,40 Euros!
4 based on 123 reviews
Good ambiance with lots of style, excellent food & service, a little distance from the village, but walkable.
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