Find out what Austrian restaurants to try in Brixen im Thale. Brixen im Thale is a municipality situated at the highest point of the Brixental valley in the Austrian state of Tyrol. Every year on the Feast of Corpus Christi, the village celebrates the traditional Antlassritt.
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4 based on 62 reviews
A little out of the way, & kind of place you only know is there if you're told of it.Once there - fabulous cosy place to dine, super fresh food, all source from within literally a few miles radius as members of a local farm-to-table organisation set up to look after both producers & restaurateurs. And it shows - food was excellent.worth seeking out if staying in Kitzbuhel/Kirchberg area
4 based on 247 reviews
I've been here before. I gave it five stars before. I'll be coming here again.It's probably my favourite mountain restaurant in an area that has lots of nice mountain huts. Espresso and Hagebuttentee. Rosehip to you. Not the best espresso, but this is Austria, not Italy. Service was good. We came back a few hours later for lunch. Ribs, BBQ sauce, potato salad. I could have had a baked potato or chips. My partner had Wienerschitzel with chips, so I stole some of hers. Plate piled high, and all good
4 based on 45 reviews
Food was very nice here. Good choice, good quality food, at good prices. The place was also not crowded at lunch time.
4 based on 38 reviews
We stopped at the Alm bar in HochsÃ¶ll. It was heaving, and the band was horribly over-amplified. I was glad to leave. We came to the Frankalm on the way home, and what a contrast! Tucked away on the route from SÃ¶ll to Scheffau. You can't easily get to it if you are going in the other direction. You can see it from the bottom of the Filzboden lift - so near and yet so far, unless you are doing the touring ski thing and can walk up hill. My fave place in the Skiwelt is the RÃ¼bezahlalm - but this place strikes me as being the place that the RÃ¼bezahlalm must have been 20 years ago, before it was developed. Bags of Austrian charm and character - under no circumstances fail to visit the loo, even if you don't need to go. Family owned, and the Hirzinger family is pleased to see you, pleased to open the door for you as you stagger towards it in ski boots, pleased to offer you a yummy apricot schnapps if you are lucky.We sat outside and I had the ravioli, home made with spinach and wild mushrooms. My wife had the savoury omelette - usually Kaiserschmarrn (a mad sweet omelette with apple sauce, sort of) is the only offering up the mountain, but the Frankalm did something much more like a proper omelette. Nice, maybe not such good food as they do at the RÃ¼bezahlalm, but far, far more peaceful.(Note - this may be a duplicate review - TA just created a new entry and emailed me)
5 based on 75 reviews
Great and genuine austrian cuisine lovingly prepared by the owner family! Great views! Easily reachable from Kirchberg by car also in winter! A great find - have been back and it was even better - celebrated a friends birthday in a group of ten and the kitchen prepare rosted veal shank to perfection! Try the Kaiserschmarrn, too!
4 based on 329 reviews
Ate here twice and both times good food, however! First night I asked for tap water and was given a bottle of water with top already unscrewed, queried this when the bill was presented as charged â¬4.40 but waitress put it down to a mistake / misunderstanding. Second time eating there a few days later I asked for tap water again, same scenario, I queried again when bill presented and was more forceful with my query, there was some consultation between the waitress and head of house but no offer of removing the water from the bill, but offered schnapps instead (guilty offering I suspect). To the restaurant - why do it? All you are going to get is annoyed customers which is a shame when the food and service is actually good - when your customers ask for tap water they want tap water (particularly in the mountainous region of Austria) not to be charged for tap water in a fancy bottle, all you will get is a poor reputation and declining sales!!!We have sparking waterWe have still waterWe have water from the tapeYou ordert still water, we serve still water and you drink still water!But please come back I give you back the 4,40 Euros!
4 based on 52 reviews
Astonishingly, some people walk or cycle the endless zigzag road up to this awesome restaurant. I prefer not to. This premium Hut in the Alp presents its visitors with a staggering 180 degree view, which is hard to beat. do book a table right at the edge, which allows you to melt into the amber sunset skies, once sufficient schnapps has been consumed. Blankets are passed around for the whimsical. great, simple menu encourages lengthy, joyful meals.
4 based on 91 reviews
This is without doubt one of the best restaurants in the region. Lovely mixture of Austrian and Italian cuisine. The dishes (tuna tartar with wasabi mayonaise, shrimps with avocado, tagliatelle with gorgonzala, duck breast and veal with 'speck' and soft sheep cheese) we had, were delicious. Predominantly Austrian wines on the wine menu. We drank a Riesling from Wachau and a Zweigelt from Weingut Kerschbaum. Very friendly staff. We had a great evening.
4 based on 123 reviews
Good ambiance with lots of style, excellent food & service, a little distance from the village, but walkable.
4 based on 18 reviews
Dining in a cosy atmosphere: Sitting in the wintergarden-restaurant or on the nice terrace enjoying international and regional food - this is: Restaurant Landhotel Lechner
Restaurant of the hotel.Food is good as many others in the area.Waiters are always available.We managed to have dinner even if it was quite late.
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