Discover Restaurants offering the best German food in Renon, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Patscheider Hof, Haidgerberhof, Rittner Stube, Signaterhof, Schwarzseespitze, Cafe Ristorante Saalstuben, Gasthof Unterhorn, Ristorante del Rifugio Lavarella, oberpfaffstaller, Ristorante Hotel Villa Madonna
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4 based on 184 reviews
Villa Madonna was by far the best restaurant we had the pleasure to discover in Siusi and was the culinary highlight of our holiday (which also included Lake Como, so stiff competition..). It's quite remarkable, firstly for the genuine talent and creativity of the chef, and also for the beautiful setting overlooking the rolling hills and the extremely picturesque church of San Valentino. I might add that it's also remarkable for the modesty of the bill... There was a fixed-price menu "degustazione" which we didn't have (it included four courses), but you could also choose Ã la carte. We dined twice, and a three-course meal with starter, main course (primo or secondo) and dessert, plus a bottle of wine and mineral water, came to between 70 and 80 Euro for two. The dessert portions were so generous that one would easily do for two (though we devoured one each...)! Our dinners were voyages of discovery... so many subtle flavours. The menu changes all the time, so I'm not sure if there's any point giving particular tips... If the cappucino al forno is on the dessert menu, go for it, it's utterly original and exquisite! It's a kind of baked cappucino cake, warm and melting... hmmmm! It comes fresh from the oven and takes about half-an-hour to prepare apparently, so remember to order it at the beginning of your meal. We also sampled a melon mousse with chocolate something-or-other (my descriptions are hopelessly insufficient, I can't describe food with any detail, but please just believe me when I say it was a treat beyond comparison). I wish I could do justice to each dish, but everything is refined, imaginative and so artfully presented that it seems a shame to disrupt the picture and tuck in! How they can produce such quality at such reasonable prices is a mystery to me, but clearly cuisine here is a labour of love. (It stood out all the more in the Tyrol region, where in our experience, cuisine is often somewhat stodgy, or at best unimaginative).The Villa Madonna is mainly a hotel, and there's no sign outside to tell you about the restaurant. However, non-residents are perfectly welcome, but you have to book (we dropped in during a walk a day or two ahead). The hotel reception can seem a little bit formal, but do not be discouraged... You can ask to see the menu (though it changes all the time) and they're very open to accommodating any special dietary requirements. In particular, they offer gluten-free options, but we didn't try those. The restaurant itself is very friendly, welcoming and relaxed. Although it's a little outside Siusi, it's a very pleasant 15-minute walk from the village for those without a car (on foot, take via Henrik Ibsen just after the bus terminal, then first left onto via Fasslfun and keep right at the bend... the lane becomes a grassy path with stunning views, and the hotel is just at the end of the path. What better appetiser, but with comfortable shoes! Take a torchlight for the return home - beautiful on a starry night... or otherwise you can just follow the footpath along the main road, which is well-lit). Again, being a hotel, service does not go on late, roughly between 7.30 and 9 / 9.30 (we got there a bit before 8 p.m. and had plenty of time to enjoy a relaxing meal).Five stars for the food, the creativity, the beauty of the surroundings, the incredible value and the very nice people.Dear Inishbofin2016,thank you very much for your fantastic feedback and this amazing report about our restaurant! We are glad you enjoyed the dishes and were happy with our service and our effort to make our guests feel comfortable! Thanks for sharing your fantastic experience with the Tripadvisor community. It is the best way to highlight the taste and the quality of our cuisine!It was a pleasure having you as our guests and we hope that you will return for another dinner with us again at Restaurant Hotel Villa Madonna!Kind regards
4 based on 17 reviews
Il pranzo qui Ã¨ un tuffo nel passato, in una antica stube di legno perfettamente conservata, bellissima, calda, piena di ricordi, in tavoli vicini dove si parla sottovoce e (a volte..) si fa la conoscenza dei vicini. Piatti della tradizione sudtirolese preparati al momento senza innovazioni ma senza cadute, tutto come una volta, serviti con grande gentilezza rustica e quindi autentica.
4 based on 130 reviews
Everything was perfect: a stylish rifugio with spotless facilities and great food. The owners pay a lot of attention to details: the room are tastefully decorated, even if tiny. The staff is very friendly. The atmosphere is welcoming and calm. An excellent spot for those who walk Alta Via 1.
4 based on 26 reviews
the waiters are very available and kind. the dishes are good and generous . The wienersnitzel are very big.
4 based on 111 reviews
We had schnitzel and entrecote and our entrees. Both were very good. Ordered a cabbage salad and it was not what we were expecting but still good. It small mounds of shredded and marinated vegetables like cabbage, carrots, corn, beets. Reasonable prices, friendly staff. We couldn't sit outside without a reservation.
4 based on 19 reviews
Abbiamo sfruttato appieno la Ritten Card che ci ha messo a disposizione la struttura alberghiera a Soprabolzano.Preso il trenino sino a Collalbo, con il bus della linea 166, in circa quindici minuti, siamo arrivati a Tre Vie, la stazione a valle della cabinovia Corno del Renon passando, in risalita, da 1500 metri sino a quota 2070.Qui si trova il rifugio Schwarzseespitze, Cima del Lago Nero, dove abbiamo consumato un pasto ricco di carboidrati, proteine e zuccheri, tutti elementi alla base della catena alimentare di cui ha bisogno il corpo, sottoposto alle sollecitazioni fisiche dell'altitudine e del camminare per i sentieri montani.Il triste panino al sacco oggi non Ã¨ contemplato, dunque, bensÃ¬ uova, patate e speck - piatto tipico del luogo - e birra, con la degna conclusione di una fetta di strudel.Soddisfatti del pasto e del servizio, riprendiamo la passeggiata panoramica per prepararci alla cena.
4 based on 108 reviews
Signaterhof is a special place. Beautifully located on the mount Renon overlooking Bozen, it is an oasis of peace and tranquillity. We never fail to stop there on our way to or back from other valleys in South Tyrol, as the food here is magnificent, it is South Tyrolian cuisine as it should always be. Actually, it's more than that. The owners-chef have perfected it to make it a high art. Venison fillets, farmer's pan (pork and potatoes), pumpkin soup... It is all delicious, and a wonderful encounter between more Northern, Germanic cuisine with Italian flavours.
4 based on 42 reviews
Nice local restaurant right on the way to the rittner horn. In the evening pizza and dishes from the map. To lunch also menu for workers. In the summer you can also sit in the garden.
I have now had both lunch and dinner on several occasions at the Rittner Stube in Collalbo, and was served some of the best food in the region. Vicenzo's pizza is legendary in Ritten, and people actually come up from the City of Bolzano especially for it. I had some friends from the USA and New Zealand staying recently, and we had dinner at Rittner Stube. Two of us had the steak and I have to say it was one of the finest steaks I've ever had. Vicenzo and Patricia are obviously passionate about their cuisine and hospitality, and are friendly and helpful to their customers. I highly recommend spending an evening at this delightful restaurant. You won't regret it.
4 based on 76 reviews
Started with a glass of wine on the terrace enjoying a spectacular view of the Dolomites.Food was really very very good, with a lot of customising to accommodate gluten and lactose allergies. Chose the asparagus (cooked perfectly al dente), ham and potato, as well as the "Tris" - combination of freshly made savoury dumplings and a kid of ravioli.We returned a couple of days later and were offered an off-the-menu Porterhouse steak which was simply sublime.The wines are also very good.Took our dogs with us, no problem.Had eaten in a "posh" restaurant in Nose and other restaurants in the Ritten area, but nothing could compare with Haidgerberhof.
4 based on 238 reviews
i visited patscheider hof for lunch with my son. it is a beatuful old house on the mountains and as a fantastic view. very simple decoration but the point here is service and food. we ordered tirol plate (local cured meat and cheese), tagliatelle with venison ragu, a local meal caled grÃ¶stl and wiener schnitzel. they have their own vineyards and as a result their own wine, which served with the meal. everything were delicious and wine tasted light but ok with the food. schnitzel was extraordinary good. i tasted once or twice in my life such a soft and juicy meat at schnitzel. so, if you plan to drive to the mountains i strongly recommend to stop here for lunch.
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