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4 based on 123 reviews
Selected this place based on its proximity to where we were staying in St Vigil and the other reviews and we were definitely not disappointed. As soon as we walked in the hostess/owner? was attending to our every inquiry. The menu has a variety of Italian, South Tyrol and local traditional Ladinish dishes, all at very reasonable prices I might add. The restaurant has a larger dining room for hotel guests that benefit from a buffet style service that I'm sure is also amazing. A smaller dining room accommodated transient guests with white table linen and an extensive wine list. Everything was prepared impeccably for presentation as well as flavor. They also have a quaint full service bar that had a few local patrons. One of the best restaurants we enjoyed in the Dolomites!
4 based on 506 reviews
I tried seafood pizza and it was goood. It is not common to find well balanced pizza with seafood in the mountains but there you go. My wife tried SanVigilio with local cheese and it was very tasty too. Good find.
4 based on 391 reviews
We have been at Lee last week with friends from the UK.We are Italian and can tell you that rarely these days we come across restaurants that are so dedicated to genuine, honest and yet incredibly appetizing food. The Rifugio has been passed on from generations to generations: it is a simple place as it used to be in the mountains and you feel a family atmosphere as soon as you walk on the terrace that boosts amazing views. Even better: beyond superb ingredients the chef is also tops and you are looked after informally and yet with genuine care by a very friendly staff.In essence this is a genuine family business that displays passion for what they do and a commitment to provide guest with a memorable genuine experience.Highly recommended both in winter (ski in - ski out) and summer (easy walk or cable car). Enjoy!
4 based on 710 reviews
Let's start by saying that after 2pm (not even in peak summer season) there is no possibilities to order warm dishes , but the pleasant staff /the best thing of the structure offered to make some cured meats and cheese trays. Good quality but portions delicate even for Milan standard, interstingly the prices are well aligned with big cities.They also have a small shop inside selling cured hams at ridicolus prices.Good location but I will not return
4 based on 115 reviews
Extremely authentic family run restaurant. A reservation is mandatory and you must agree on the menu when you book. This guarantees the quality and freshness of your meal (and obviously no wastes for the owners). Pork shank is to die for. Highly recommended if you are anywhere in the area.
4 based on 149 reviews
This is a Ladin restaurant, with no menu to choose from , just their specialties starting from a good barsley soup, a half moon shaped ravioli not too impressive, and followed by a good roasted pork shank , then desserts, first some fritters followed by strudel, A lot of things, really fairly priced and served by a lady with long experience and a smiley approach. Try it if you have no idea of Ladin cooking.Limited wine selection
4 based on 121 reviews
We had an excellent 5-course set dinner in the intimate setting of this small family restaurant where the same meal is prepared every evening for 5 months of the year. V. good local red wine. Friendly family chef/owners. Ask to see the 'museum' collection from the old farming days.
4 based on 333 reviews
Steak house,Tradizioni con cucina innovativa,piatti vegetariani,particolare attenzione dei prodotti locali.
Go there just for meat, my second visit, confirmed the quality of meat and grill. Go for the fiorentina. A bit pricy.
4 based on 483 reviews
Ladin farm, in the heart of the Dolomites, located directly on the ski slopes, possibility 'lunch for passersby and dinners by reservation, panoramic view, own products.
Domestic atmosphere, local "Ladin" cuisine. Meals done from meat and vegetable produced on the farm. We realy enjoyed local cuisine.In addition to realy good meals is unforgettable view on San Vigilio. Prices are affordable. We will come back again.
4 based on 935 reviews
A large tradition of home-made "Ladin specialities" since 1977. Pure indulgence in our traditional peasanthouse-style dining rooms called "Stuben". In summer our beautiful garden is available.
A lovely place, very kind host and all dishes were very well done in the best local tradition ( exception for the pork fillet which I found a bit hard and little tasty), I can recommend the ravioli and the stinco di maiale. Extremely well curate and decorated environment, perfect for a special evening.
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