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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.
After a tough day's walking in Austria,its always nice to stumble across a hut for refreshments but this one surpassed my expectations! We had a generous slice of homemade chocolate nut cake which was so tasty and moist, it was excellent quality. My husband had a Germ Knodel ,an Austrian desert and this was the best one we had both ever tasted. What a shame we are leaving tomorrow as the lady told us they are well known for their Vien Schnitzel and I can believe it!
4 based on 56 reviews
eines der wenigen noch Traditionellen und urigen Restaurants. GenieÃen Sie gute Traditonelle KÃ¼che bei urigerm Ambiente. Jeden Dienstag findet der Bestecklose Abend statt!
Part of our stay at the Tirolerhof was a night out at the Schallerhof where we had a 3 course meal without flatware. What a fun thing to do with or without kids. 2 guys played music and it was a great atmosphere. This traditional inn's roots go back to over a 100 years of hospitality. Love this place and sure will come back next year and try the regular cuisine during lunch time. Thanks, Viktor and the Schallerhof team for doing such great events!
4 based on 48 reviews
Really nice little hut, accessible only by ski touring OR by the restaurant-provided transport, which is a small pistenbully with a rope tow behind for skiers, or alternatively children can sit inside/ on the front. Prices very reasonable given they have you captive (!) and food of an excellent standard. We paid about 24 euros for a really filling lunch for two, with drinks included. Brilliant!
Ein Koch und eine Konditorin erÃ¶ffnen ein GÃ¤stehaus. Alles andere wÃ¤re unlogisch wenn nicht die QualitÃ¤t der KÃ¼che ausgezeichnet wÃ¤re. Den ganzen Tag (ab Mittag) Warme KÃ¼che. Ausgezeichneter Saibling von sehr guter QualitÃ¤t und feinen GewÃ¼rzen mit Schnittlauch Kartoffeln gerÃ¶stet und Salat. Schnitzel mit Pommes frites war ebenfalls sehr gut. Sehr groÃe Portionen zu ein fairen Preis. Den Eiskaffee und eine hausgemachte Torte im Garten genossen waren der krÃ¶nende Abschluss. Gerne wieder.
4 based on 70 reviews
A big self-service restaurant with a big choice of meals including Tyrolean local kitchen easily accessible from the slope is a combination of advanatges.
4 based on 9 reviews
Perfect if you want to explore the Tyrolean Alps. Easy access to hiking, skiing, nature and still close to Innsbruck. Very beautiful and tranquil place.
4 based on 64 reviews
Food not too bad. Owners/managers, however, seem to think that 30 years in the industry gives them the right to be rude and arrogant to their guests. Clearly then, 30 years in the industry doesn't correlate to developing a sense of customer service. Never again. There's plenty of better places to choose from.
4 based on 191 reviews
yummy food (Spaetzle + Salad), well located (supermarket/bus).Friendly serviceLunch times are not busy at all
4 based on 41 reviews
Came across this place on Christmas Day and stopped off for lunch. OMG! The food is divine and if you ask they will do gluten free. Can recommend the walnut soup and apple cake. Absolutely wonderful and the little shop down stairs is a find.They don't speak English though! So take your translated app if you don't read german/austrian.
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