Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Itter. Itter is a municipality in the Kitzbühel District in the Austrian state of Tyrol located 18.60 km west of Kitzbühel, 5 km southeast of Wörgl, and 2.5 km north of Hopfgarten im Brixental. The village lies on a terrace above the Brixental valley and its main source of income is tourism.
Things to do in Itter
We ate here a couple of nights ago and really enjoyed our meal. We were having a pre-dinner glass of wine there, enjoying it so much that we asked about the possibility of a table for dinner. After a few minutes they found us a table. The food was great and the service outstanding.Thank you for the kind rating!
4 based on 33 reviews
Never have I been to a restaurant that had run out of pasta. The alternative they offered was tortelloni with gorgonzola which they promised would be 'wonderbar'. Unfortunately, it wasn't fresh and was clearly packet bought with a sauce that was so salty it was inedible. When we told them the reason we hadn't eaten it was because it was so salty, they didn't seem to care or apologise. Pizza was burnt with mozzarella substituted for cheddar. Clearly trying to cut costs and cutting corners. Would never go here again - there are so many other fantastic restaurants in SÃ¶ll.
4 based on 24 reviews
Came here for an evening meal and very much enjoyed the food. I had a lasagne, which was a generous size and very tasty. I found this restaurant very good value for money. There was a nice atmosphere here, and the service was very friendly. We were served quickly considering how busy the restaurant was. It was packed to the rafters with over 30 members of our coach trip (the restaurant isn't very big), but fair play, we didn't have to wait very long for our food. I was too full for pudding! Would definitely come here again.
Pizza schmeckt mir am besten hier, auch die Nudelgerichte und Salate sind total gut. Netter Gastgarten und immer alles frisch. Sehr zum empfehlen.
4 based on 207 reviews
Our Restaurant is visited by locals as well as by guests from all over the world. We are the only place in Westendorf wich is opened all year.
The menu looked pretty good: lots of options. Steak is really expensive (over 30â¬ a dish), so we decided to go for pasta and mixed grill. It was really busy, but the food was already there before we even finished our starter (bread with garlic butter). A bit too fast to be honest. The Mixed Grills were pretty tasty, but the pasta lacked flavour. Waiters are really nice and the service is good.The next day we ordered take away pizza's, and those were amazing.
3 based on 15 reviews
A Group of nine landed looking to be fed - and we were - excellently. We ordered a variety of pizza, pasta and salad dishes between us. All the dishes were really tasty and the service was friendly. Recommended.
4 based on 184 reviews
Giovanni is a place which has not failed to impress me. Both times, they have managed to keep my expectations to high standards. The food is amazing, from pizza to risotto, whichever you pick, you will not be disappointed. The two dishes I recommend you must try are the Spaghetti Agio E Olio and Con Pacetta Risotto.... Staff is absolutely friendly and speaks English perfectly well. They would help to accommodate your needs and make you feel comfortable.
4 based on 68 reviews
Most people around the world associate pizza, pasta and rissotto as the staple and only available food of Italy. I was no exception to this thought. Trattoria Levante breaks that perception and quite pleasantly.My Italian colleague and I wanted in reached this quiet residential town in search of some good Italian food. On reaching here from the outside it didn't quite look like a restaurant. It looked like a 2 storey house with a nice frontyard but this mist not be mistaken. Just walk in straight from the front door and you will walk past the many rooms to reach the main dining hall. At the outset it looks like a house turned into a restaurant but do not be fooled by the looks. My colleague and I were courteously shown to our tables. The decor was simply awesome and stuck to the Tirolean theme. Since it was the winter the heaters were set to the right temperature.Now to the food part, since I knew that this was an Italian restaurant I was expecting an expansive menu having a collection of variety of pizza's and pasta's but to my sheer surprise I dod not find any however noticed a completely different kind of a menu. The menu consisted mostly of sea food (Fish, prawns, mussels etc.) and it also had some offerings for the vegetarians as well. Besides the book menu, we were provided a small blackboard containing their steak and grills menu. This included beef and fish.So for starters we ordered a mixed platter of battered and fried sea food. Even after a few weeks, I probably still can smell the unique flavours of the ingredients. The accompaniment of the dips too were very different and definitely tickled my tastebuds. We then ordered 2 varieties of steaks - My colleague ordered a grilled Salmon steak and I ordered a beef steak. I specially ordered the steak to be very well made. As an Indian I am not quite used to see traces of blood on my plate and this is my standard request at all restaurants where I order steaks. Anyhows, when the steak was served it was perfectly made. Not too hard from outside and not at all raw from inside. The accompaniment of some salad and some breads with the steak too was a tasty and delicious. At the end of my meal I was craving for another steak or the fried sea food platter but the servings were so perfect that I could not dare to overeat.Have given my review on the quality of food, I lastly woule like to share a bit on the price. I felt that prices in this restaurant was a bit on the higher side but I guess it deserves to be as the quality of the food is quite good. In short I dont mind going back to this restaurant again provided I have my own means of transport or someone drives me there.
4 based on 103 reviews
I have been wanting to write a review for this lovely Italian restaurant but for some strange reasons I couldn't keep up with my plan. So here I am finally posting my review of Antonio.I was first introduced to this restaurant last winter by my colleague. It was however very unfortunate that we couldn't find a table for ourselves and later we found out that it is extremely essential to reserve a table and only the lucky one's would be able to walk in and find a table for themselves. So we left disappointed but I owed to return soon. Cut to March 2016. My wife and I decided to have something different for lunch and we decided to drop in at Antonio's. And again it was the repeat of the evening from the winter of 2015. We were disappointed. A friend of ours told us the same thing "Make sure you have a reservation".Finally in Aug 2016, it was my birthday and on a lovely sunny Saturday afternoon we decided to lunch outside and promptly decided to grab a bite at Antonio's. We didn't have a reservation but being a little superstitious, I believed that being my birthday I wouldn't be disappointed. We headed out with this belief and to our luck, I was third time lucky and we were the first patrons at the restaurant that afternoon. It was our Eureka moment. Finally we made it without a reservation at the much sought after Antonio's. One might wonder, why I dug in so deep in my review. Well, as an avid traveller and a foodie, I just want to highlight one point to all fellow travelers - When a restaurant is always full and requires reservation, one must immediately conclude that the quality of food and service is top class.Now to the real review of the restaurant and the food served there.As the name suggests, it is an Italian restaurant. From what I have seen and been told is that the place is owned by an Italian gentlemen and hence the food served feels just like Italy. The restaurant has tables both indoors and outdoors. The outdoor seating is quite unique. The tables are neatly laid out under a nice grape garden. You could see bunches of grapes hanging over your head. It also provides some good shade during an extremely hot day and hence sitting outside can be a good choice on such days. Otherwise one can also opt to sit indoors too. The decor is done quite neatly.The menu offers some good choices of Italian cuisine starting from salad's to pasta's to pizzas to some lovely desserts along with other offerings. I do not want to comment on the price as something average for me can be reasonable cheap for some or expensive to others but a meal for 2 with a little dessert and drink cost be around â¬50.We ordered two different types of pizzas. It was served hot and in petty good time. The crust of the pizza was soft in the middle and crunchy at the edges. The tomato sauce had a nice flavour and the salamis were truly unique. It had a lovely taste and it seemed to me that these were from a farm and not from a processed meat factory. It reminded me of a pizza that I had eaten in a small village restaurant just outside Verona. My wife too enjoyed the unique flavour of the pizza she had ordered. We finally ordered a dessert which too was very delicious and loved every bite of it.The service and the courtesy of the staff were truly commendable. For once we were not kept waiting for any of our orders and requests. They were constantly ensuring that all their guests and patrons were attended to promptly. Lastly it was a great experience and I am sure to go back again - With or without reservation.
4 based on 221 reviews
So good we visited twice in one week. Very charming staff, lovely atmosphere, good music and a excellent choice of food and drinks. They had fantastic burgers and we also had pizza and Thai curry. Would love to go back!
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