Reviews on Central European food in Falzes, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Weisses Lamm Agnello Bianco, L' Enotheque Di Karl Bernardi, Zum Goldenen Lowen, Ristorante Pizzeria Tabula, Rienzbrau, Berggasthof Haidenberg, Oberegger Alm, Forsterbrau Bruneck, Corones Huette
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4 based on 345 reviews
I've been to Kronplatz about 6 times and only this year I tried this restaurant, it was so good, very professional but in the same time friendly approach of staff. I recommend to try dumpling soup and spaghetti carbonara:-)
3 based on 590 reviews
The FORST brewery was founded in 1857. A few years later, Josef Fuchs, the founding father of the beer dynasty, took over the business in the area where the plant can still be found today. Even in those early days, he was able to see that it was a perfect
We had the misfortune of choosing this establishment to dine in. First impressions, ok, clean. The waitress was great, even translating & recommending items from the menu. We ordered our dinner & drinks, 8.35pm. Drinks arrived & we were settling in for an enjoyable dining experience. Not going to happen, our waitress had the difficult job of advising us that the chef/cook was not going to cook our dinner & he was finished. Avoid this restaurant & the lazy, unobliging and cowardly chef. There are way better restaurants in Brunico. Hats of to our waitress.
4 based on 356 reviews
Die Oberegger Alm Ã¶ffnet wieder Anfang Dezember mit dem Beginn der Wintersaison 2019/2020. Wir freuen uns auf Euren Besuch.
Oberegger Alm has great food. Especially the carpaccio was delicious. The location has both new and old side (old being in the old farm house). There is a limited number of seating available, so it is definately worth to reserve table in advance.
4 based on 102 reviews
Being taken to this gem of a restaurant as a guest, I expected rustic South Tyrolean food. What a surprise: The menu consisted of old classics (p.ex. hay-soup, summer game) but everything was served with a twist. The presentation of every single dish was spectacular - as you would only expect it in an in-restaurant in a large city. I will be back - and staying overnight in one of the cozy rooms!
3 based on 464 reviews
Our second night in Brunico we looked for this restaurant, a little outside the ancient historic center. It was quite busy, but it also features wide spaces, so we were seated easily.At the entrance the visitor understands the reason for the name: the restaurant is annexed to a brewery, which can also be partly seen through a hole in the floor. Some prizes obtained in the past from the brewery are also exhibited inside.We ordered two soups and two main dishes. The two soups were delicious, made with the so-called "gray cheese" (translation from the German of "GraukÃ¤se" which designates an traditiona cheese, typical of the nearby Valle Aurina / Ahrntal) and canederli with herbs.Less unusual, but equally delicious, were the main dishes: grilled veal with green beans and potato fritters (similar to the Swiss "rÃ¶sti"); deer "saddle" with sauerkraut, and again with potato fritters.As drinks, a liter of mineral water, a glass of Lagrein wine and an excellent house beer.The price was 77.30 euros for two people: not excessive in relation to the quality of food, but not even low.
4 based on 375 reviews
According to Michelin Red Star and the local hoteliers, it is unlikely you will find a good restarant in the otherwise lovable town of Brunico. So our hotel manager, when challenged, neither advised nor recommended any spot, just informed us of this one due to its specific location (top floor of an ultramodern complex by the Town Hall), hundred yards from the lively Via Centrale.A sad failure. Ultramodern again, a wine cellar behind glass walls, both offering a remote promise of a serious nouvelle cuisine culinary experience. Very well kept modern restrooms. Bonus stops right here.The place was nearly empty, waiters appeared bored. No warmth or hospitality in the approach of the two ladies which served our table in turns. We came at 13.45, kitchen works till 14.15, and still the impression was that the service team was hugely disappointed upon getting two more guests. Luckily we speak both German and Italian sufficiently to discuss the menu, order our stuff and pay. Neither English nor French were of any good. Now, Brunico is a very strong tourist centre...Wine list acceptable, far from extensive. Markups exactly as in our (five star) hotel... Rip off for Italy, acceptable for neighboring countries. Food served matched the overall company caffeteria feeling we got during the ordering process. Even home-made pasta was mediocre, beef tagliatta sliced too thickly and served medium rather than medium rare as ordered. Classic Italian food (in part Tyrolean) made in a very mediocre way, neither appearance nor taste were convincing. 8- on a 1 to 20 scale. A sad disappointment it was, even though the look through glass walls at the nearby snow covered Dolomiti is so pleasing.All in all, bad price per value. Can not recommend. Perhaps good for local white collars for a concentrated business lunch.
4 based on 386 reviews
If you are in Bruneck, by all means stop at this place.We were there for lunch.There is a nice terrasse on the main walking street.A pizza with fresh asparagus and risotto with shrimps.Both were excellent.The service is excellent and fast.Prices are very competitive.A bottle of water, 2 glasses of lageder white wine, risotto and pizza, 2 coffees for 31 E
4 based on 464 reviews
Stopped for a coffee and a few nibbles (sadly not a full meal) with friends and enjoyed all aspects of the restaurant including the service, facilities and location (for a spot of people watching!)Will return.Dear Jay, many thanks for your visit, we would definitely like to welcome you one day again.Best wishesK. Bernardi and team
4 based on 1166 reviews
Historical, traditional Tyrolian Restaurant
We specifically tried this restaurant, attracted by good reviews on the web. The environment is very characteristic, old Tyrolean style. We were aware that it was advisable to book, but we couldn't do it; moreover, it was Saturday night. So we were not surprised when, having presented ourselves at 6.30pm, we were told that if we accepted to eat at that time, there were vacancies; later, no. We have obviously accepted.The restaurant has lived up to its reputation. But my wife didn't like the strong taste of her goulash (which included tomato paste).Everything else was very commendable: the two soups, one of potatoes and mushrooms, the other with knoedels. As main dish, I took one of the most typical ones of German cuisine, the "Haxe" (baked pork knuckle): it was exquisite, but huge, and I struggled to eat it all.A liter of mineral water, and two wine glasses, a Lagrein Reserve and a Blauburgunder, completed our meal. Finally, the bill, of 55 euros, featured an excellent quality-price ratio.
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