Reviews on European food in Burserberg, Austrian Alps, Austria including Restaurant Brandner Hof, Skihutte Fuchsbau, Frood, Pizzeria Antonio, Rufana Alp, Restaurant Einhorn, Wirtshaus Kohldampf, Restaurant Taleu, Muehlebach Pub Cafe, Restaurant Mias
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when open it was lovely to site and have a drink or something to eat. The staff were nice and helpful. Privately owned although on the site
4 based on 84 reviews
This is a popular cafÃ© at lunchtime with a good menu and good food. Service was very good and friendly. Seating is inside with a picture window overlooking the valley,or out on the terrace.
3 based on 29 reviews
BÃ¼rserberg is a small country place, and Taleu Hotel-Restaurant gives you the feeling to be in one of those wealthy homes like 60-70 years ago with its typical atmosphere.During the meal, we felt we were supervised and finally the Manager came to ask us, without any precaution, where we came from and which hotel we put up !!We thought we should have better eaten, it was average and the BlaufrÃ¤nkisch wine was not worth its â¬ 33,50.At the moment we ask for the bill, the waiter "called" me without any precaution to follow him for the credit card payments.Discretion is not the greater quality in that house, what a pity !
4 based on 93 reviews
The Kohldampf is a traditional Austrian Restaurant with a beautiful beer garden including a children's playground. It is part of the Fohren Center that also contains a big bar, a multifunctional event hall, a Lasertag arena and Bowling hall (everything is
Food was OK. Had hamburger with curry sauce. Beer was disappointing. After a hike up Muttersberg, we were thirsty and hungry. Had the dark beer, it was not very interesting. Rather like Coors or Bud. The wait people were very nice. We are learning that you need to ask for the bill in Austria, they won't bother you and will not intrude with a bill like they do in the U.S.A.Hi. Thanks for your feedback. OK is not good enough for us as far as food is concerned.If 2 "stars" are just because of the beer you didn't like please be informed that we do not produce the beer. It is from the brewery on the other side of the street which has a similar name. Anyway, this brewery produces high quality beer winning several medals (for example 5 times gold DLG at "Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft")So food was ok. you had a good time and staff was good and we get 2 stars for it (our center includes this restaurant, the bar-pub, a bowling center and our lasertag area...) :-) Anyway, hope to see you again. We offer a large range of beer - also international ones like Heineken, Desperados, Corona,... Cheers!
3 based on 29 reviews
staying in adjacent landal chalet we dined a few times at the einhorn restaurant..after an exhausting hike putting yourself on the terrace overlooking the bike park and mount zimba...huge plates and large beer...playground for the kids..what more can you ask for???? very friendly staff and large schnitzel...sun in your face...fresh mountain air...almost in heaven or at least half way ;-)highly recommended
4 based on 19 reviews
The food definitely not something for someone who has high standards, but itâs edible.The soup was very salty, the chicken from the salad was a bit boring.
4 based on 106 reviews
The 'Pizzeria Antonio' is quite a big place, cutting through a whole block from the main entrance at the Bahnhofstrasse to the pedestrianized, cobble-stoned Sturnenstrasse, where there is also some outdoor seating. My choice had been one of a few tables at the Sturnenstrasse. The friendly waiter came fast, so did everything else I ordered. Since there were Austrian dishes on offer as well I went for Vorarlberg's most typical speciality 'KÃ¤sspÃ¤tzle'. Unlike most other places here the dish was offered only with salad not with the choice of the more traditional 'Apfelmus' to accompany it.The dish came in an earthenware bowl, which was quite cold, so it was definitely not prepared in it. It was the third time I ordered this menu within a year. First in Bregenz it arrived in a wooden plate, then in Feldkirch in a piping hot iron plate. And for my taste it got less good everytime. While in Bregenz they used tasty 'BregenzerwÃ¤lder BergkÃ¤se' and in Feldkirch a mixture of Vorarlberger Emmentaler and Montafoner Suure Kees (sour cheese), here the waiter couldn't tell me, which cheeses were used, although from a geographical point of view it must have been the same combination as in Feldkirch.The accompanying salad came drowned in a ready made Italian dressing. And the espresso in the end was something between cold and luke-warm.
4 based on 106 reviews
Eaten here a few times and really enjoy our visit. More of a contemporary/newer addition to the slopes as only recently opened. Get busy at lunch time both inside and outside space. Meals we love are the Ceasar salad hands downs, its fantastic, Burgers are yummy to and come with generous helping of chips. Great place for all ages.
4 based on 38 reviews
The Fuchsbau is easy to access, on skis and on foot, and serves quick and easy food. It's not fine dining, but that's not what you want on the slopes anyway! Good value too. If you're feeling brave, ask for one of their Schnapps shots - the Men's Dream is the one to go for. And don't blame me, I didn't come up with the name!
4 based on 139 reviews
An unexpected late night discovery - as we arrived at our hotel after its restaurant was closed. Top quality food - steaks were fabulous.
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