Reviews on Austrian food in Krun, Bavaria, Germany including Parkrestaurant Kurhaus Krun, Block's Post, Maxhutte, Korbinianhutte, Elmauer Alm, Berggasthaus Ederkanzel
4 based on 32 reviews
Situated at 1200 metres high, the German/Austrian border runs through the south facing terrace! It's about an hour's steep walk up through the trees from Mittenwald, but well worth the effort. Stunning views south into Austria in brilliant sunshine, and a pleasant welcome. We enjoyed a 'well deserved' lunch with beer, feeling 'on top if the world'! Highly recommended!
4 based on 39 reviews
Elmauer Alm Mountain Restaurant A 45 minute hike from Schloss Elmau. At 1200m above sea level. Breathtaking panoramic views of the alps and the Elmau valley. Serving Bavarian classics.
We have been coming here for many years and always itâs a highlight of our time in Grainau. The views alone from the beautiful terrace are worth the steep climb to get hereThe Alm has undergone a facelift since we were last here about 12 years ago and is looking really beautiful inside. But the terrace is the place to sit, with those breathtaking views of the mountains .Delicious simple German lunch of lentil soup with sausages and some meatloaf with a fried egg and potato salad. Weissbier, of course, and some very good white wine. Be prepared for a very steep climb to get here but well worth the effortService with a smile too from two very charming young menWeâll be back!
4 based on 30 reviews
Friendly service, a good choice of Bavarian dishes and amazing views. We walked up the well signposted mountain to this restaurant and sat on the terrace admiring the stunning views. There is an indoor restaurant for cooler days. The menu offers regional dishes for lunch as well as coffee and cakes in the morning and afternoon.
4 based on 30 reviews
Such fun hiking up to this charming cafe! We had an iced coffee and visited with our friends, enjoying the fairy tale view of KrÃ¼n from this mountain perch.
4 based on 80 reviews
Block's Post in KrÃ¼n offers a varied menu with a mix of wonderful takes on lokal dishes based on the best produce, prepared deliciously simple, as well as more modern dishes. Good wine, beer and great cocktails. Service is friendly nononsense. Very good value. The best culinary experience in Bayern yet. Don't miss it! And remember to book a table.
4 based on 130 reviews
My wife and I have stayed in Mittenwald multiple times and then go on progressively longer hikes. On this visit we took a beautiful 6+-mile hike to KrÃ¼n, and then planned to have lunch at Parkrestaurant. The first challenge was finding it. Google Maps does not seem to work particularly well, and we had multiple reroutes while walking there, but we persisted. We arrived as they were opening for lunch. The weather was glorious and we got to sit outdoors. Everyone else had the same preference. Although the indoor dining room is large and has a nice separation of tables, the outdoor patio was just lovely. We started with beer and some freshly baked pretzels. I would encourage you to try them and order one per person. They will be gone before you know it. It being a Friday, they offered fresh local trout (Forelle) and my wife chose that as her main course. You don't often see calves liver on menus back in the US, and my wife doesn't like liver (perhaps because her mother cooked it poorly) so I don't make it at home very often. Both dishes came with a salad that was very nice. In a country where you often find cabbage and carrots, it was nice to have a salad devoid of cabbage. (I like cabbage salads, but not with every meal.) The trout was large and nicely cooked. If you are going, want to try it, and don't know how to bone a fish, there must be a YouTube video you can watch. They do not bone it for you. I ended up doing the honors for my wife. She devoured the fish, and the bite of it she shared was really quite delicious. She also commented that the boiled potatoes were tastier than the potatoes we get at home in CA. I believe the serve the trout Friday thru Sunday. The liver was served on a bed of mashed potatoes, and had some nice crisp onion on top. The gravy was very tasty. If my German were a bit more robust, and after eating the dish, I would order it a bit less well done the next time, but the liver was tender, flavorful, and not at all bitter (as liver can become when overcooked). It was a very delicious and satisfying lunch. We had eaten the prior day at the #2 ranked place in Mittenwald, and preferred this lunch to the one we had there. We asked before we ordered, and were informed that the restaurant does not accept credit cards. We had enough cash so it was not a problem, but be forewarned, and get cash. There is a teller machine in the center of town at the Sparkasse, so if you arrive and are short of cash, you can pick some up there. If you are staying in one of the neighboring towns, there is periodic bus service, and after our walk there we opted for a bus back to Mittenwald. It was a bit of a wait, but once on the bus, a quick ride. If you are staying in a hotel or renting an apartment and the hosts have provided an Alpenwelt Card for Mittenwald, KrÃ¼n and Wallgau, then you can use this for the bus fare. We didn't know this, but fortunately happened to notice a woman ahead of us using her card. It will save you 2-3 Euros per person per ride. We were very favorably impressed with the meal. KrÃ¼n is even sleepier and quieter than Mittenwald, and has some absolutely lovely vistas. I believe there are only 900 or so year-round residents. It is a very pleasant town to visit, either on foot or by bus, and let me recommend the restaurant to you with enthusiasm. We do expect that during future visits to the area we will reenact our hike, and visit the restaurant again. When the weather is beautiful, the outdoor patio provides a wonderful venue, and I am confident that you will find something to enjoy on the menu. Each time we visit the area we find a hidden gem or two. Parkrestaurant fits that description for this visit.
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