Find out what Italian restaurants to try in Rasun Anterselva including Oberegger Alm, Gasthaus Moar, Pyramidencafe, Gasthof Neunhausern, Restaurant Picknick, Dorfmullerhof, Walde Alm, Malga Huber, Der Keller Pizzeria Ristorante, Mir isch Wurscht
Things to do in Rasun Anterselva
5 based on 87 reviews
Don't miss it when ure in bruniko and you need to nibble something it's situated in a small kiosk with a friendly smile man , You will find sausage in a bun Sausage and chips Vegetarian bun Don't miss it
4 based on 205 reviews
We called into this little eatery today and really enjoyed it. The host was exceptionally charming and made sure that we were very welcome, despite arriving just short of closing time. The food was really tasty and the service was second to none. The restaurant is cosy, clean and nicely decorated. Highly recommended and thank you!
4 based on 283 reviews
Summer and winter: their menu is always one of the best in the Valley of Anterselva! After a relaxing walk in the woods or a wonderful skying along the lake, their specialities are ready for you: the frittelle di mele with vanilla cream are the best!
4 based on 334 reviews
If you are looking for local specialties in a scenic environment, friendly people, and a authentic restraurant, you have definitely come to the right place! It's a bit remote and while going there you may wonder when you'll get there, but it will definitely be worth the drive. If the weather is good you will enjoy the amazing view. You should make reservations since it's often fully booked. Interestingly, while the food is mostly traditional Tyrolean, most of the guests the we have seen while there (we have been the 4 times), are mostly Italians from further south, people that are used to a very different kitchen and traditions. But like us, they find it worth while coming here. It has become a tradition for us to eat here every year when we're here on vacation. and we have never been disappointed, so give it a try!
4 based on 178 reviews
We went for dinner and we liked all the food we tasted. We had canederli with cheese and cappuccio, steak on the grill with sautÃ©ed potatoes and cake with grano saraceno as dessert. Service was great too. Recommended one book as the room is not big but it is lovely and cosy. Like to be back!
4 based on 437 reviews
Familiar, fresh, light, delicious and easy-going - just like a picnic. The open kitchen, the show brewery, the high tables ... Everything is aimed to allow a culinary experience in great company. Seasonal and homemade ingredients characterize the small, d
In a warm summer afternoon, we had lunch here. It is located near the main street but in a very quite position. Very good food and careful service. Suggested
4 based on 381 reviews
The menu is tri-lingual (Italian, German and English) with good value prices. This is not a high-end restaurant and the meals are well executed without any florishes. The staff were friendly and the guests looked to be all enjoying themselves as did our group.
4 based on 335 reviews
You will need to have someone local or who lives in South Tyrol for you to know and stumble across this small cafe as it is absolutely not easy to locate in the mountains....luckily my partner is from the area so we could navigate to it pretty easy. This cafe is extremely simple and basic but the cakes the lady owner produces are mouthwateringlg incredible. There where 4 of us sampling the delicacies of these fresh wonders and the owner kindly produced a little sample plate for us where we could taste a vast array of her baking. We had Italian coffee and sparkling water to accompany the sweets. The cafe has a good sized seating area and you can get the cakes to go. Enjoy eating some fresh cakes here and you will absolutely want to take some away.
4 based on 223 reviews
I had lunch on weekend when visiting Val Pusteria and Braies lake. The place is beautifully located on the mountains. If the day is clear, you will have great views of the surroundings. Reserve well before, because the place is small and may be packed with locals. I only had a seat because of a declining customer. Food is very germanic here. I had schnitzel and a very good Bavarian beer. The service is kind and slow. It is really a place to relax. Cost is fair.
4 based on 356 reviews
Die Oberegger Alm Ã¶ffnet wieder Anfang Dezember mit dem Beginn der Wintersaison 2019/2020. Wir freuen uns auf Euren Besuch.
Oberegger Alm has great food. Especially the carpaccio was delicious. The location has both new and old side (old being in the old farm house). There is a limited number of seating available, so it is definately worth to reserve table in advance.
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