Reviews on Soups food in Villabassa, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Ristorante Durnwald, Walde Alm, Ristorante Gustav Mahler Stube, Ristorante Lago di Landro, Agriturismo Seiterhof, Rifugio Genziana, Rifugio Jora Hutte, Il Fienile, Rifugio Gigante Baranci, Restaurant Gasthof Wiesthaler
Things to do in Villabassa
4 based on 753 reviews
Our Restaurant is situated in the historical center of San Candido Alta Pusteria, next to the Collegiate church and the Hl.Michael Parish Church San Candido. Enjoy South Tyrolean specialties, international and mediterranean dishes in on of our Tyrolean "S
We chose the dish for two persons and the meat was ok the vegetables excellent the strudel so so the gratinated rasberries very goodEfficient service
4 based on 705 reviews
We walked there from Innerfeld and we had to go back by cable car because of the storming weather. Location is very beautiful but the place is more similar to a huge fast food than to a typical mountain restaurant. The outdoor service is only for drinks, coffee and cake. Restaurant is a self service with poor offer and poor quality. Food was very miserable. Sausages and potatoes salad were like in motorway/airport mediocre restaurants as well as an escalope with onion sauce and kraut salad. Service was absent and when a large sun umbrella (about 260 sq.ft ) was blowed by the wind none of the staff was ready to help guests. It's not expensive but I would prefer to pay more and to be delivered proper food and service. There are many other better places around. We do not recommend.
3 based on 492 reviews
We found this place during the low season when many places in the region are closed. And we were initially concerned by the word "pizzeria": pizza is certainly not a local tradition and in many cases, in Italy, is a bad signal. But we were pleasantly suprised. First, the service was excellent. Second, the local dishes were really good. Third, the location is right on the Dovbbiaco lake, so the view is spectacular. Overall,a very nice and unexpected experience.
4 based on 371 reviews
Be it summer or winter the Jora hut is truly a magical place. The evenings spent there are relaxing and heart-warming. Service and food is truly cared for.
4 based on 753 reviews
The EnzianhÃ¼tte is located in Wahlen (Saint Silvester Valley, in Italian) just north of Toblach (in Italian: Dobbiaco).Itâs a very nice location, nestled in a very pretty side valley.Very professional and efficient waitresses, good foodâ¦ but definitely expensive: 35 euros for a âsimplified Brettljause (typical tyrolean afternoon snack), two wieners with sauerkraut, a glass of Hefe Weizen Bier and a little bottle of water.
4 based on 659 reviews
The only reason you will know abou this incredible restaurant if you know some local people who live in South Tyrol. The restaurant is set high up in the mountains with spectacle views to look at while you feast on some local, traditional, fresh, exciting and appetizing food. The staff speak English and will help you translate the German/Italian menus. I had the tartar which was just heavenly. They made it in front of you mixing the egg and species and meat into one glorious dish. There was allot of food on our plates and we left feeling very full indeed. The south tyrolian menu is heavy with lots of meat and sauces so don't go overboard in ordering starters and main course. Everything is fresh! Locally sourced and just so delicious. It is a must to eat here but absolutely make a reservation and this place fills up fast.
4 based on 239 reviews
After a lovely walk around the Lago di Landro, or Durrensee, and through the surrounding foothills, all we really wanted was an ice-cream and a drink. That was a shame, as they have quite an extensive and varied menu, and although it was only mid-afternoon on a weekday, many other customers seemed to be really appreciating their meals and snacks.Anyway, assisted by a friendly and helpful waitress, we all enjoyed our generously-proportioned ice-creams, and went on our way.
4 based on 228 reviews
Do you want to have dinner in the place where Gustav Mahler spent several summer holidays a hundred years ago, and composed The Song to the Earth and other music? And maybe visit what was his guest room upstairs, with his piano? Go no further that the Gustav Mahler Stube. In the German speaking Sud Tirol area of Northern Italy, on a lovely slope just off the main road, it might be difficult to find - but it's worth the effort. The restaurant is family- run and service kind, warm and professional; the menu offers typical local dishes and none will disappoint you. Fantastic food, low price, good choice of local wines. And the extra touch of Mahler's ghost, always present.
4 based on 334 reviews
If you are looking for local specialties in a scenic environment, friendly people, and a authentic restraurant, you have definitely come to the right place! It's a bit remote and while going there you may wonder when you'll get there, but it will definitely be worth the drive. If the weather is good you will enjoy the amazing view. You should make reservations since it's often fully booked. Interestingly, while the food is mostly traditional Tyrolean, most of the guests the we have seen while there (we have been the 4 times), are mostly Italians from further south, people that are used to a very different kitchen and traditions. But like us, they find it worth while coming here. It has become a tradition for us to eat here every year when we're here on vacation. and we have never been disappointed, so give it a try!
4 based on 297 reviews
Italian friends one of whom is a chef recommended this restaurant. How right they were. The food was excellent as was the service. We live in Italy so will definitely return. When the young lady waitress was taking our dessert orders the owner(I think) leant over and said to my husband the mirtilli have just been freshly picked. I chose them with ice cream and they were delicious. Nothing seemed to be too much trouble and all seemed to enjoy their work rather than simply work.
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