Reviews on Mediterranean food in Ora, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Seehof Keller, Restaurant Pernhof, Panholzer, Gretl am See, Schwarz Adler, Restaurant Elefant, Pizzeria Schiessstand, Restaurant Piazzetta, Johnson & Dipoli, Ristorante Ritterhof
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4 based on 374 reviews
This stunning restaurant, serving lunch and dinner, overlooks the vineyards along the wine route (weinstrasse/Alto Adige Wine Road). I began my lunch with a delectable cream of potato soup served cleverly in a small canning jar. Smooth, creamy, and delectable. Hubby ordered a fantastic soup of the day. I enjoyed pork tenderloin served with potatoes and fresh vegetables while hubby ordered Pappardelle, freshly made and attractively served. The restaurant has lovely views over the surrounding vineyards and was quite busy the day we stopped.
4 based on 148 reviews
This was the most memorable meal and most enjoyable evening I had in a week in SudtiroI/Alto Adige.I walked past this small restaurant/enoteca while strolling around town, then went for an apertivo glass of wine. After looking at the menu, I decided to go back for dinner and booked a table for later. Another bonus point was the number of different wines available by the glass.I had the scallops in a raspberry/pimiento gazpacho. I must admit I chose it as it sounded different and unusual. It was also delicious, as were the venison, and a plate of local cheeses. There were several other dishes I'd have been just as happy to try.The staff were very friendly and helpful. The local wines which were recommended were excellent and matched the food very well. If you enjoy wine, do talk to the staff as they will also take your preferences into account. Having discussed the types of wine I like/don't like, I ended up drinking a wine (Lagrein - my new favourite red wine) with the venison course that I didn't even know what it was until I was told afterwards. For me, this added to the experience.It is relatively expensive, so I'd recommend it more as a treat than a casual evening out. I fully intend on going back when I am next in the area.
4 based on 41 reviews
Not so long ago redecorated in a very stylish way. Nice female waiter is one of the friendliest in Neumarkt. Good quality of food in which you can taste that the kitchen staff put effort in.
4 based on 99 reviews
This is a very large restaurant, at least during the first week of September, when there were 50 or more people there. It serves mostly pizza with some other German food items. We waited almost two (2), yes two, hours for our pizza order on the evening we were there. There was one (1), yes only one, person making pizza for this whole crowd. In addition, this one pizza maker was also making pizzas for carryout. We did stay for our pizza, since by the time we realized what was happening we had already wasted most of the evening. The pizza, once it arrived, was good, but not worth the 2 hour wait. Several people left without eating after waiting over an hour. Although there is a small traditional indoor dining area which may be used during the low season, most of the guests were seated in a large, completely covered terrace area. While we were waiting for our order, the waiters were standing around smoking right next to the tables. It seems they had nothing else to do as they were also waiting for the 1 cook to come up with their orders. Perhaps smoking is legally permitted in this temporary covered area, but I didn't notice anyone at the tables smoking, and it was quite rude on the part of the waiters. Skip this restaurant and go to another place such as Pernhof when you visit Tramin/Termeno.
3 based on 37 reviews
Enjoy the treasures of South Tyrolean agriculture and the delights from our forests, refined with the passion and lightness of Mediterranean cuisine. A matching bottle of wine from our wine cellar rounds of this culinary experience!
We stopped here on a coach trip for strudel and coffee. Was all ok, very average, which feels like where the place sets its sights.
4 based on 383 reviews
The âSchwarz Adlerâ (Black Eagle) Cellar is in the heart of Kurtatsch, at the Josef Vigil Schweiggl Square and is the oldest Gasthaus (inn) in the place. The inn, with its interesting history, has been operating for centuries. The connection of new and ol
I simply could not fault this restaurant. The menus was wide and varied, catering for all palates. Food was perfectly cooked and delicious. The accompanying wines were of fine quality and reasonably priced. Service was friendly and attentive but not intrusive. We had a superb evening here and can't wait to return.
4 based on 372 reviews
âThere is a place in South Tyrol where you might find happenings not found anywhere else. At three in the afternoon on the lakeside terrace, an elegantly attired South Tyrolean woman sips the drink of the season, conversing animatedly with her friends. Ne
Beautiful lake-side location, at 5pm the place had a staff of about 10 waiters milling around aimlessly and all the tables (about 50) were empty. When we asked where to sit, we were directed under a tree as everything was reserved. It was hard to get menus and obviously the place was being prepared for a big party. Once we checked the mainly sushi offerings and prices, we realized that we would feel quite abused if we would stay there so we cut an elegant retreat. Nobody actually noticed or cared. Back up the hill towards Bolzano we discovered a lovely local restaurant where we enjoyed one of our best meals in Italy.
4 based on 144 reviews
In a dramatically refurbished stone winery/barn, this owner-operated restaurant has it all for food, comfort, and hospitality. With a superb wine list offering the best of the region, and food that is locally sourced, fresh, and inventive, this restaurant is sophisticated without being fussy. Incredibly romantic, wonderfully welcoming, it was by far my favorite dining experience in Alto Adige.
4 based on 172 reviews
Welcome to the restaurant Pizzeria Pernhof. We welcome you in the center of the wine village of Tramin on the South Tyrolean Wine Route. A good regional cuisine, the friendly service and a wonderful view over the Adige Valley characterize us. You can sit
I visited during Euro2016 and a football match was being shown. This was not a problem in itself, but it was given as an excuse for the sloppy service!The food was fine. It was a shame the second course arrived while I was still eating the first course. I offered to let her leave it, which she did, saying it couldn't get cold, thus demonstrating a lack of knowledge of the dish. The salad, which was tasty and fresh, and being used as a base, maybe not, the skewer of prawns on top, yes, that did get cold and was only luke-warm when I did start to eat it.For drinks, there was plenty of beer flowing around the terrace, there was a choice of wine and the glass I had was acceptable, but I would advise to avoid the Hugo as it was like drinking a glass of sugar water, far too sweet, not like any other I have tried in that part of Italy, or anywhere else for that matter.I will not be returning.Dear Kate, thank you very much for your critical words. We will take them to heart. Normally we are known for our friendly and professional service. And we intend to continue to be known for this also in the future. So we take your advice as a wake-up call. Best regards, Carmen Maffei & all the Pernhof-Staff
4 based on 284 reviews
Absolutely exceptional! Our waiter Felix was friendly and welcoming yet still professional and efficient. Felix also made a perfect local wine recommendation. The setting was wonderful and the food was absolutely delicious. If you are in the area, don't miss out on this wonderful restaurant. Bravo Seehof Keller, BRAVO!
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