Discover the best restaurant in Santa Maria Val Mustair, Switzerland including Pension Restaurant Hirschen, Meier-beck AG, Ristorante Hotel Genzianella, Ristorante Al Filo, Hotel Landgasthof Staila, Hotel Post, Gasthaus La Vopa, Restaurant Steinbock, Rifugio Quinto Alpini, Forsterbrau Malles
Things to do in Santa Maria Val Mustair
5 based on 17 reviews
We hiked in the region and stayed here overnight. Lovely rooms (the shared bathrooms were spotlessly clean), very hospitable family running the restaurant/accommocation who we enjoyed talking with (English is no problem!), and we had a great dinner and breakfast. We also highly recommend the...MoreDear Emily, Thank you very much for your voting!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
It is the only bakery in Val Mustair so it has to be good. However, so called Mustair-bread, a traditional twin bread, is no longer so good as it used to be. Kirschtorte is highly recommendable. They will pack and send their products, e.g. Nusstorte, for us to many parts of the world.
4.5 based on 182 reviews
I was adviced by a friend to stay in this hotel. He focused on the quality of the food and service. He was 100% right. Very good quality and lots of choices. Don't hesitate.Dear guest, Thanks for having time to leave a message. We are glad to know that you enjoyed your dinner at la Genzianella, and thank you again for positively recommend our kitchen! We hope to welcoming you again in the future!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Happy to be back to Al Filo after many years. My favorite there is a local vegetarian pasta, what we call ‘Bormio pasta’ (see the photo). Service is excellent and atmosphere very nice. Old walls give special feeling. Advisable to book ahead (worked well over the mail for me).
5 based on 17 reviews
The hotel is located conveniently near the cross country skiing courses of the valley. The room is clean and the food is very good. The restaurant is also recommended for casual lunch and dinner.
4 based on 122 reviews
Don't go to the restaurant Post in Glurns if you're on a diet! The food is fantastic and the portions huge! A very large restaurant in several rooms all decorated in the local souther Tyrolian style, with pine panneling on the walls and flowers everywhere. Excelent service and extreamly friendly and compitent staff. Try it if you are traveling through Southern Tyrol, you will not be dissapoined!
3.5 based on 3 reviews
Io e la mia compagna, insieme al cane, abbiamo deciso di fermarci a mangiare un boccone perchè erano già le 13:00 ed eravamo affamati. Nevicava (settembre) ed era l'unico aperto in zona. La signora faticava a parlare in italiano (anche se per la verità nutrivo qualche dubbio in merito), in poche parole, ci siamo fatti consigliare da lei. Primo: una minestra di spinaci, secondo carne di cervo che sembrava una suola di scarpe davvero immangiabile! Pure il mio cane si è rifiutato di mangiare!!! Contorno di radicchio rosso, una birra media e un'acqua naturale al modico prezzo di 48 euro. Ci presenta uno scontrino del giorno prima ma è inutile discutere, capisce solo il tedesco.....paghiamo ma non ci torneremo più. Assicurato.
4 based on 333 reviews
5 based on 148 reviews
In the heart of the Stelvio National Park, the Rifugio Quinto Alpini offers a comfortable and refurbished with traditional cuisine and treated, bar and rooms with duvets from 6 to 13 seats some with private bathrooms.Possibility of trekking and mountaineering routes of great satisfaction.
We passed about 1 hour waiting in the Tibet Restaurant on the otherside of the Stelvio pass - so then we decided to go to this rifugio - as the path up to the Rifugio is not so easily to reach (you need to walk up for about 5-10 minutes) it is not full of the tourists. We got a warm welcome from the staff and they were very sorry that the could not serve us everything - but they made proposal to eat and we were happy about the choice, as the dishes were good.
4 based on 150 reviews
A week's trip to Italy and I would normally be after traditional Italian cuisine and wine every night. However, this was in the German speaking Südtirol region very close to the Swiss and Austrian border.
I researched the place in advance from a website devoted to beer and this place did well. I turned up about 19:30 and it wasn't too busy. A huge selection of beers served in porcelain tankards was a good plus. The menu was, unsurprising, very dominated by hearty meat dishes. However with the help of the waiter, we selected a vegetarian soup (cream of polenta soup) and a roasted goat's cheese dish which was either a starter or double sized portion as a main. That and a very tasty appetiser and some lovely smoky tasting rye and crisp breads made this a really enjoyable meal.
With two beers and the food, the bill came to just €27 making it one of the best meals in a long while.
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