Discover Restaurants offering the best Austrian food in Benediktbeuern, Bavaria, Germany including Alpengasthof Rabenkopf, Tutzinger Huette, Panorama Restaurant Am Brauneck, Tolzer Binderbrau, Toelzer Huette, Brauneck-Gipfelhaus
3 based on 32 reviews
We were there as a group as part of a company event. The restaurant employees were outright impolite to us - and to others as well as far as I can read from the other reviews. The sleeping rooms are kind of good enough for an overnight stay if you can sleep undisturbed by people snoring in the next room or floors creaking because someone just walked by the corridor or flushed the toilets. The rooms are really narrow and cramped up - expected at a mountain top I guess. You have to pay for a shower, even the water from tap if you want to fill up your bottle will be charged - beware.
Great spot for a rest after a long walk in the mountains. The food is hearty, portions generous and the service very friendly despite how busy they were.
4 based on 85 reviews
Having opened only a few months ago in the Kurhaus area of Bad TÃ¶lz, Binder-BrÃ¤u has already established its name for craft beer and typical Bavarian cuisine. They brew a few standard beers, such as lager, WeiÃbier (wheat beer) and dark beer, and in season special beers such as Maibock and others. The menu offers a good choice of Bavarian dishes, including snacks (Brotzeit). When busy, the waiting time for the food is longer than usual, but it is all freshly prepared and very tasty. For a larger group, one can book a guided tour through the brewery which is very recommendable.
4 based on 49 reviews
Everything seems right about this scenic restaurant: The view, the wood paneled interior and the food.I had the "Wuidererplattn" (poacher's platter), which turned out to be a very generous serving of various salamis, bread and lard, along with horse radish cream.Our daughter had the "GermknÃ¶del", a baked desert dumpling that came with the typical poppy seed and vanilla sauce. It was really, really good.
4 based on 17 reviews
We hiked the ridge line from Lenggries, hitting all of the major peaks between the town and Tutzinger Hutte; arriving here was very pleasant after that experience. The food here is tasty, the beds are not so expensive, and they have a nice selection of beer. There is also a room to hang your gear after washing it or just to let the sweat dry out.Also, if you are a member of the German Alpine Association the beds are half the cost.I definitely recommend spending a night here during your hiking!
3 based on 27 reviews
If you are visiting the famous monastery in Benediktbeuren, you should go for lunch to the "Rabenkopf". the restaurant is run bya a family. The white hair guy that may seem a little unfriendly is athe owner and ctually quite funny.A "must" is to have bohemian dumplings. The goulash is great and if you are fond of veal - this is a pace to go.
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