4.5 based on 228 reviews
You select what you want in your Focaccia: size, cheese/meat, 2 antipasti and a salad. The focaccia bread is freshly baked and all ingredients are delicious. I had Parmesan, olive pesto, zucchini and spinach. One of the best sandwiches ever!
To drink there is wine, beer and 2 types of ice teas home made: ginger and hibiscus. I had the ginger and was really good!
They have also food to order such as pasta, salad...
Simple place, nice people, good prices (Swiss comparison) and delicious food!
What more you want?
And you can also drop without reservation or take home...
4.5 based on 277 reviews
We very nearly missed out by assuming there'd be a table for us at 6.30pm on Friday evening and were lucky to have the last one - we didn't take any more chances and made sure to reserve one for Monday. Just as well, too! It's hardly surprising that netts was usually busy - the food is excellent, the staff delightful and there's a very comfortable buzz about the place. Not stuffy at all, but great service and an interesting menu offering both traditional and more contemporary dishes. We don't normally return to a restaurant twice in a weekend, but simply couldn't resist a second evening here. Highly recommend.
4.5 based on 218 reviews
During our visit to St Gallen we stumbled across this gem. The food was amazing and the wine selection impressive. The ambience of the restaurant and hospitality and professionalism of the staff made this a special dining experience.
We will be back when next in St Gallen.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
There are bigger, hotter restaurants in St. Gallen. Certainly there are restaurants that are more expensive. But somehow La Vigna is just right. It's cozy, charming, great food, outstanding wine list, warm but correct service, central location -- what a nice combination. I've been twice now, and both were great experiences. Last time I had a local chicken dish that was superb. Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
We’ve eaten at this restaurant as well as at the adjoining Schnuggebock many times over the years. We especially like sitting outside on a warm, sunny day, enjoying the impressive view of the nearby Säntis mountain range. It’s a steep road to the restaurant which you can either drive or walk to, or ride up on a bike. There is plenty of free parking on the premises.
Children will love the small petting zoo and well-equipped playground. The food is generally traditional eastern Swiss, which makes this a perfect place to take visitors. There are also half-portions available (you have to ask, however), so if your appetite isn’t that big, or you want to save room for a yummy dessert, consider this.
If you go when the weather is nice and especially on the weekends, it might be hard to get a table right away, and the service can be rushed or delayed.
After your meal, stroll through the restaurant to the back where you can often see a mother pig and her babies, the nostalgic Schnuggebock restaurant, the old schoolroom (available to rent for a group), rooms fitted out like in old times, and a small bakery selling lovely treats from the area.
4.5 based on 120 reviews
Very traditional place, Staff in traditional costumes, folk music, in wooden chalet. Nice to go with friends or large groups. Farm style kitchen, plain and honest.
4.5 based on 173 reviews
The inside of the restaurant isn't all that nice but the patio is great--sitting out in/near Gallusplatz. The food is very good quality and the service is excellent. Prices reflect that. We shared a salad and a main course and they added CHF 13 to our bill which I had mixed feelings about. They did split it for us into nice portions (which we didn't really ask for) and the presentation was very nice. In any case, I would highly recommend this if you are looking for a very nice Swiss dining experience.
4 based on 206 reviews
The restaurant staff is not very professional and seems rude at times. Additionally they fill the floor with too many tables, so that you are sitting elbow to elbow with strangers. The menu is not original at all and the food is overpriced.
4.5 based on 169 reviews
We went to Beizli a cold snowy afternoon and we really wanted something tasty to eat! Half-half fondue was there, waiting for us. Very distinctive taste that was perfectly accompanied by an unfiltered local beer.
Our meal could not be complete without a chocolate fondue so we said yes to this too. Not as good as the cheese one but it was fine.
We’ll certainly be back.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
This was a charming restaurant near the center of St. Gallen in a traditional setting whose slanted floor only adds to the authentic atmosphere. The food was excellent with a focus on traditional dishes, some with a modern twist. Service was efficient and friendly. The wood floors and ceilings accentuate the local feeling and I can highly recommend this restaurant for business, family and friends.
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