Discover the best restaurant in Hohenems, Austria including Palast Gastronomie, Gasthaus Gemsle, 21 Steak & Fisch, Gasthaus Adler, Restaurant Paul's, Restaurant Moritz, Millrutte Resort GmbH, Rosenberger Hohenems, Lemon Grass, Gabriel's Cucina
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3.5 based on 118 reviews
We started nicely at the Terrace drinking hot wine. Versatile menu for the whole family. The service was really exceptional with English menus and the giant waitress trying to satisfy out whole stay "In the Palace". Surf and turf was sublime, not like NY or Boston (cooked differently) but really good. We (group of 10) had a very good dinner here, everyone had great food here.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
We used to eat lunch here almost every week but haven't been in a while. They have always had great schnitzel - very tender, good quality meat. Other dishes also tend to be quite good, although I had some disappointing käsespätzle once (fried onions were limp and greasy). Other than that I would recommend this place for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 179 reviews
We were in Dornbirn for the Bregenzerfestspiel and as our hotel did not have it's own restaurant we asked fir a couple of recommendations, we settled on this one as there was some kind of open air fashion show going on outside one of the other places. Even though they were busy they found a table outside for us knowing that we would be out before the guests who had reserved at 8 pm, and we were so happy they did, two in our party ordered the lomo 21 to share and said it was one of the best filet steak they had ever eaten, another had the salmon steak which was excellent and i ordered the prawns which were perfect ! The sauces and sides were tasty , the service perfect !
4 based on 120 reviews
Dinner for 5 last night was yet again a pleasure ,locally sourced fresh ingredients , fresh assortment of meats, game , poultry and traditional ,accompaniments to compliment your dishes , a new local beer on offer rounded off the meal .
Atmosphere typical of a guest house in rural Austria frequented by locals and foreigners alike .
Yet another superb meal , we will see you soon again thank you !!!
5 based on 139 reviews
Paul’s is a lovely restaurant hidden in an unlikely section of an industrial zone in Widnau. If you’re not familiar with the area, you’ll need a navigational system or good instructions to find it. There is plenty of free parking next to the restaurant and the new Paul’s Hotel, which however is despite its name is not related to the restaurant.
There is a lovely garden where you can sit outside in clement weather. Inside, the decoration is in warm, friendly, neutral tones. Our waitresses were quite friendly.
We had a beautifully created salad, beef filet, and lamb, as well as a small bottle of wine. For dessert we chose various sorbets, each one better than the last. All of the food was delicious and attractively served.
We have one major complaint: we had to wait unusually long for our food. It took at least 30 minutes to get the salad (fortunately there were some bread and dips to nibble on beforehand), another 30 or so for the main courses, and we didn’t get dessert until 40 minutes after having ordered it. This despite the restaurant being only about ¾ full.
Even though our table was well inside and toward the back, mosquitoes sensed my presence and I was bitten at least ten times on the legs. Note to self: next time wear trousers and socks!
Despite the long wait we would be willing to return to Paul’s and give them another chance, as the rest of the dining experience was top-notch and worthy of five stars.
4.5 based on 54 reviews
This was a true surprise. I heard about the venue, but actually being there was better than what I expected. The food was absolutely great and it just blends in with the setting: this is an old school, and the dining rooms are as plain as possible, with the original floor still in place. Nothing is overdone or enriched beyond what is necessary: this is what I noticed the most.
Staff and kitchen are very friendly and professional.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Well, driving up just to make a couple turns, after seeing on the internet that the resort was open, I decided just to check it out. Knew it would be nothing special, but figured, why not. Drove up, directions were WAY off in google maps, and made it eventually. Roads, covered in ice and snow. Not awesome. Worse. After getting to the resort, ready to snowboard a bit, it was closed. 3 Taeler Pass...Fail. Nice bar. Friendly people
3.5 based on 49 reviews
A modern rest stop for relaxing in the Ländle All guests travelling with children will feel immediately at home at this rest stop between Feldkirch and Bregenz. Rosenberger's Hohenems location is a paradise for children who are free to romp around its playground both in summer and in winter. Behind an elegant glass facade, guests entering the rest stop will glimpse a spacious, neat room flooded with light. In summer, guests tend to colonise the Terrace offering a breathtaking view of the gorgeous Alpine scenery reaching even as far as the Rätikon. The delicatessen is where you land on home ground once again: it offers not only cheese specialties from Vorarlberg but also crispy fresh breadrolls, even on Sundays. Its Rosenberger Shop literally never closes: it is open all year round
We stopped at one of the Rosenberger restaurants on our way from Vienna to Prien am Chiemsee and were delighted at the cleanliness, fresh food preparation, polite and friendly service. It was reasonably priced.
3.5 based on 67 reviews
4.5 based on 94 reviews
I can wholeheartedly recommend Gabriel's Cucina in every way. Rest assured that, no matter which dish you choose, you will have a meal cooked to perfection.
Ask (the owner and a native Italian) Gabriel for the day's recommendation and he will explain you competently about the special meals or self-imported wines (and foods) he offers.
Don't hesitate, just go there and enjoy!
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