Find out what Austrian restaurants to try in St. Jakob in Defereggen including Zollwirt, Gasthaus Oberweissen-Hittl, Alpengasthaus Obersee Staller Sattel, Alpengasthof Jausenstation Stalle, Gasthof Sandwirt, Alzenbrunnhutte, Jagawirt, Alpengasthof Patsch, Mooseralm, Ausserwegerhutte Staller Alm
Things to do in St. Jakob in Defereggen
Typical organic mountain Lodge food. The ingridients are from our Gardens and Cows. Everthing made with a lot of Passion and Love from our family. We hope top serve you soon. The AuÃerwegerhÃ¼tten TEAM.
Un posto favoloso, storico, davvero molto molto caratteristico, dove vengono prodotti una buona varietÃ di ottimi formaggi. Lasciatevi consigliare da Markus nella scelta e portate a casa con voi, un ricordo oltre nel cuore anche da mangiare di questa splendida vallata!Non perdete lâoccasione anche per bere un bicchiere del loro latte!
4 based on 25 reviews
What a Great place to chill after a couple rounds of skiing. Good food and super Weiss beer!! Nice ski area and very friendly people
4 based on 28 reviews
The first night of our one week in St Jakob in Defereggen, we decided to try the first restaurant entering the village, second house on the left. A splendid welcome, we were treated to a small appetizer, on the house. The brilliant service went on, although the place was getting quite crowded as the evening went by. They have a good menu, with an emphasis on local and traditional. I couldn't resist the fried liver, and it was excellent, as were my wife's lamb cutlets. Being picky, there could have been a slightly wider selection on wines. However, price considered, you are unlikely to find much better than this. Having said that, let's see what the next 6 nights bring along...
5 based on 22 reviews
This is a wonderful place where a lot of locals also eat. The service is very friendly and the food freshly cooked and very tasty. I had the "Hirsch Kalbs Schnitzel" filled with ham and camenbert together with a fresh salad.....delicious !
4 based on 35 reviews
On the outskirts of Sankt Jakob in Defereggental, well worth a visit, but be sure to book a table! We experienced a warm welcome, and the good athmosphere, as well as the excellent service went on throughout the evening we enjoyed dinner in Sandwirt. The food was what I would call excellent local, brilliant fresh ingredients an a well prepared meal! The overall impression really raised our spirits, despite of wet snow falling outside. We had rumpsteak, and the meat was second to none! My wife tried an equally excellent chicken dish. The wine selection was, well, to be honest quite narrow, but the local red was ok. If you should happen to end up in St Jakob, however, don't miss this place for dinner. Oh, btw, closed Sundays.
5 based on 23 reviews
This is how piste restaurants need to be! Crowded, full of life, fast service, good ski-grub, and the best scenery money can buy! At the top of the gondola lift, you are essentially overlooking the best parts of the Defereggental from the terrace - which is where you will want to sit, weather allowing. The grub is the typical 'alm-essen, do try the gulasch soup! Priceworthy, too. But avoid the lunch hour, might keep you standing in que for more than you'd like. Pop in there after 1 pm and you should be ok!
4 based on 71 reviews
We had coffee here twice and that is absolutely a plus. Staf is friendly. Had no food so can not comment on that
4 based on 34 reviews
Veramente gradevole sia l'accoglienza (e non Ã© un particolare trascurabile) che la cucina ed il contesto.Ottima la zuppa di rafano e la salsa di cren panna e mele.Meno lo strudel di ricotta....un po' acido.Comunque consigliato.
4 based on 68 reviews
Restaurant with beer garden with great waterfall view, our products are sourced from local and Austrian manufacturers.
I can see that all the other reviews here are in another language, so hopefully this will be helpful to english speakers. First and foremost: you must go here!!! This restaurant provided us with one of the best meals we had in the whole of our three month European trip! It is run by a lovely couple, and the staff are dressed in traditional Austrian clothing with not a hint of irony. The whole place is filled with locals, who come to watch the football and have a pint in the bar, or have a meal in the peaceful dining room. Yet, everyone speaks English and they were not at all unkind about our inability to speak German. But the best part is the food! Tirolean food is an interesting hybrid of Austrian, German and Italian fare - you will find a lot of pasta set beside sausage dishes and a lot of cheese! It is to die for. If you come here, you have to pre-order the fondue a day in advance, and you wont regret it! It includes the meat which you cook in a heavenly broth, home-made dipping sauces, chips, salad and garlic bread! It is a feast for two if I ever saw one. Oh, and leave some room for dessert, because they have some really delicious ice creams - try palatschinke, a traditional dish with a pancake and ice cream. Do note that the fare is a little expensive - about 20 euros per person for the fondue. But this is usual, and it is worth it!
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