Reviews on European food in Brennero, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Silbergasser, Huhnerspielhutte, Enzianhutte Zirog, Lanz Brennero, Bar Brenner, Allrisalm, Rosenberger Brenner, Gasthaus Alte Post, Pretzhof, Ristorante Pizzeria Europa
Things to do in Brennero
4 based on 199 reviews
The Ristorante Pizzeria Europa is a good restaurant in Brennero. The service is very nice, the price is good and food is fantastic. The house wine is very good too. I recommend this restaurant if you will be in the way from Italy to Insbruck or the contrary way.
4 based on 407 reviews
After a misunderstanding via e-mails, four of us arrived without reservations in late December. We were surprised how remote the location was (up a narrow, winding road), and even more surprised to find the parking lot full. The restaurant was very rustic and cozy, and we were very disappointed to be informed that there were no tables available. After presenting a print-out of the e-mails I had exchanged with an employee, the owner greeted us and asked if we would be patient, enjoy an aperitif and browse in the little store, and he would accommodate us as soon as another party left.From that point on, the owner was extremely friendly and went out of his way to make us welcome. Our experience was very unlike an earlier reviewer who thought the staff were "snooty". The menu is limited based on what "Mama" is cooking that day.We were first presented with a beautiful anti-pasti platter consisting of all products produced from their own farm animals - carpaccio, roast beef, smoked venison, their "famous" home-made speck (a kind of bacon), and smoked sausage - along with a plate with four kinds of cheeses - and a big basket of breads. Herr Mair explained in English exactly what each item was. Having products with no chemicals or hormones is their passion. The restaurant has been open 33-years, and between the farm and the restaurant, he said they work 18-hours a day. Four family members work in the business with 16 additional staff. Next came a rich gulash soup made from "mountain cows" and a platter of home-made raviolis with cheese. By then we could hardly eat more, and requested SMALL portions of the main courses - which included spanferkel (suckling pig), lamb chops, "mountain cow" and, chicken. The chicken was the only item not produced on the farm, and it came from the farm of nearby friends. Everything was fresh and delicious.It was getting late (and dark), and we had an hour more to drive, so we opted not to have dessert. We were invited to go into their kitchen to have a look and to meet "Mama" (Frau Meir). There we found her busily hand-making knoedel of some sort.We all agreed it was a unique and enjoyable experience. We hope we will be back in the area someday, and would definitely make reservations and visit again. Highly recommended for anyone visiting this area of the Dolomites - near Sterzing and Bolzano.
4 based on 24 reviews
Locale accogliente e moderno. Staff cordiale, professionale e disponibile. Troverete tutte le specialitÃ che questo locale offre con passione e professionalitÃ . Fermatevi e gusterete anche ottimi dolci. Consigliato.. Buon pranzo.
2 based on 57 reviews
Take a break at Austria's highest rest stop - the Rosenberger Market Restaurant on the Brenner, the busiest mountain pass between Austria and Italy. The restaurant is situated within the municipal area of Gries am Brenner, about 30 km from south of Innsbr
As soon as you walk in you are charmed with it's decor. But when you see the salad buffet or any of the other buffet's you will be impressed. The entree is prepared for you right there and in a vry short time. It can be a little more pricey for some items, but I did not mind the price compared to the quality and quantity of the food. The people who work there are all so very friendly. Do drop in and enjoy this stop on the road.
4 based on 81 reviews
Nice place for walking winter and summer. We went for sledging (Rodeln). The food was good quality and good price. Very nice place to have a break.
4 based on 26 reviews
Gerne trifft man sich am Brenner beim "fleiÃigen Leo" - im ersten Lokal wenn man vom SÃ¼den kommt. Polizisten, Carabinieri, aktive und ehemalige, gehÃ¶ren ebenso zum Publikum, wie die vielen StammgÃ¤ste, auch solche, die extra mit der Bahn aus Innsbruck kommen, und die eiligen Passanten auf der Durchreise. Man genieÃt seine gute KÃ¼che - besonders beliebt zum Beispiel die Lasagne- gÃ¶nnt sich ein, zwei GlÃ¤schen vom originellen SÃ¼dtiroler Wein und fÃ¼hlt sich bei netten GesprÃ¤chen so richtig unter Freunden. Ein angenehmes Lokal fÃ¼r einen genÃ¼sslichen Stop - aber auch fÃ¼r ein lÃ¤ngeres Verweilen in gemÃ¼tlicher Runde.
3 based on 45 reviews
People would be in less of a hurry if there were more service stations like these: in buildings combining modern architecture with quality workmanship and designed with attention to detail for a dual purpose: as a delicatessen offering South Tyrolean spec
For a "mountain museum" or museum about mountains it is certainly substandard. You might keep the kids busy for 10 minutes until they loose interest. However - it is your last chance for having a decent coffee before you enter "no coffee zone" :-) Employees fare more busy mending their own business than interacting with customers. Not even a "please" or "thank you".... Autogrill might want, but not only here but rather in general, invest some money in customer relations training.
4 based on 20 reviews
Ne vale sempre la pena, arrivare a piedi fino al rifugio per poi gustare dei prodotti tipici e gustosi!! Anche se nevica come oggi...
4 based on 18 reviews
Dopo un tragitto di una mezzoretta di cammino ecco la malga. Paesaggio stupendo, ci accomodiamo con semplicitÃ ad un tavolo con lo lâesibizione dell spettacolo naturale sotto ed intorno a noi. Cibo e birra biologico, ottimo tutto.
4 based on 50 reviews
Home made pasta dishes are a highlight. Portions are huge for appetizers so definitely share. Main course was the right size. A good glass of haus wine completes a nice stop over from Italy to Austria. All for a very reasonable price.
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