Best Italian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Italian food in Moso in Passiria. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Italian restaurants near you. including Lamm, Pizzeria Bruckenwirt, Martinerhof Brauhaus, Gasthaus Lazins, Sportarena Passeier, Sandwirt, Bar Restaurant Theis, Pizzeria Passeirer Weinstube, Gasthof Lanthaler, Steinerhof - Reitbetrieb
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4 based on 16 reviews
Cena allâinsegna dei prodotti locali, con hamburger del loro agriturismo, bella atmosfera e prezzi molto contenuti . Dolci ottimi e personale molto gentile
4 based on 22 reviews
gita domenicale da S:Leonardo a Moso attraverso il sentiero nel greto del Passirio e sosta per il pranzo. Proprietaria e personale molto gentili, il giudizio sui piatti diverge un pÃ² : ottimi il goulasch, la carne di maiale con finferli, le pappardelle con finferli e la milanese con i mritilli rossi, i canederli invece non sono piaciuti a tutti perchÃ¨ troppo pressati e quindi poco digeribili. ottima la torta di ricotta
I enjoyed good pizza and a glas of house wine. Both were fair priced, only the pizza was too thin to get full. The ambience of the restaurant and service were excellent.
Extra ordinary visit for MC visit gourmet Dinner great food snd service local wine and grappa just try itThank you so much for the nice feedback..!! We hope we see you soon in our Restaurant...Greetings Theis Team
4 based on 40 reviews
This year we were pressed for time when we passed the San Leonardo Restaurant 'Sandwirt', but had the pleasure of eating here five years ago. We had a lunch which was regional in flavour, presented by smiling staff. We chose to sit on the terrace in front of the house in which the regional hero Andreas Hofer, the 'Sandwirt' (innkeeper) was born in 1767. He became a freedom fighter against Napoleon, for his home land South Tyrol, then part of Austria. Inside the house and the adjoining museum his memory is kept alive by many exhibits dating to his time. The dishes we had chosen were like home cooking unmistakably also indebted to Austrian cuisine and very tasty. I loved my choice of 'PflaumenknÃ¶del' a kind of cooked dessert-like main dish, dumplings filled with plums. If you like regional and Austrian as well as Italian food, in casual setting at an historical place, visit the 'Sandwirt' restaurant in San Leonardo, a bilingual place in the north of Italy
Primi buoni, anche se le mie tagliatelle al timo e ai finferli sapevano di poco.possibilitÃ di scegliere tra porzione grande o piccola. Ottima invece la bistecca che abbiamo preso per secondo, vino della casa, grappa finale,prezzo sui 57 euro in due. Servizio cortese, ambiente caldo e senza aria condizionata, non so se tornarci.
4 based on 55 reviews
Auf dem Weg zum EisjÃ¶chl kann man sich hier gut stÃ¤rken und etwas verweilen. Die Aussicht auf die Berge ist schÃ¶n, das Essen sowie die Preise waren in Ordnung.
4 based on 185 reviews
Have been having lunch and dinners in the Brauhaus. Enjoyed very much the Maerzen fresh beer from their own micro brewery. Recommend their jumbo sized and thin pizzas. Tonight I tried their freshly prepared chestnut pasta with walnut sauce - what a great taste - very recommendable for gourmets that like to try out new food creations.
4 based on 156 reviews
We have been going to the Pizzeria Bruckenwirt 2-3 times every summer since 1995 during our holidays to South Tyrol.Since then the seating and fittings have improved (the inside was all redone in 2003 in comfy wooden style) but since the very beginning the food has always been great, the service lightning-fast, and portions very generous (don't even dream of finishing one of the spaghetti dishes on your own).Apart from the great selection of Pizzas (see the link to their website), there are many pasta dishes as well as northern Italian dishes such as Tagliata with wickedly garlicky bread. To top it all off, the homemade Tiramisu is out of this world (nice and thick and not too sweet). The Pizzeria also brews its own beer (one of the fermentation stills is inside the dining hall).The view from inside and from the terrace is nice and dogs are welcome.It's "only" a pizzeria, thus the 4* and not 5*, but it is one of the best, if not the best pizzeria I have ever been to, consistently for the last 16 years.
4 based on 256 reviews
An improvised hike brought us to the village of San Marino, where we had a delightful lunch at Gasthaus Lamm. Not the ordinary off the shelf standard SÃ¼dtirol dishes, but a surprising alternate approach to the local cuisine. With alternatives for vegetarians as well. Varied wine selection of good quality as well. In a nutshell: excellent restaurant!
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