Discover the best restaurant in Hermagor, Austria including Restaurant Barenwirt, Hotel & Restaurant "Der Tropolacher Hof", Restaurant Schloss Lerchenhof, Gasthof Zum Feierabend, Konditorei Semmelrock, Zeit Wirt's Haus, Baerenhuette, Zerza, Restaurant Kristall, Karnische Hoehenrestaurant GmbH, Alpenhotel Plattner
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4.5 based on 163 reviews
We ate here with 4 family members, having high expectations after Reading TripAdvisor reviews. Staff was friendly and explaining very well as we were not familiar with all items on the menu. Two of us ordered the Wiener Schnitzel and the other two ordered Hirsch and Almochse. There was quite a big difference in the amount of food on the plate and the quality of these meals. The Wiener Schnitzel was OK but not as tasteful as you would expect in this type of restaurant. The Almochse tasted very well but the amount of food was such that I was still hungry after finishing it. The Hirsch was somewhere in between the two other dishes. Due to a mistake in the kitchen these 3 different meals arrived at our desks at different points in time, causing the first one of us finishing only a few minutes after the last one started. Apologies were provided. For dessert three of us took the "Schokolade". The chocolate mousse was too soft and didn't have enough taste. Other items on the plate were very tasteful. Coffee was very good. Hot chocolate was OK but had a hair from a staff member on top of it (!). I got a new hot chocolate but no apologies were provided. In the back of the restaurant renovation actions were ongoing, causing all kinds of sounds you don't want to hear as you are eating. All in all value for money was poor: this was our most expensive dinner during our vacation (we had no wine) and quality of the food was average to very good. Did we have bad luck? Maybe, but on a next visit I will not come here again as better alternatives are available.
4 based on 27 reviews
Der Tröpolacherhof Hotel & Restaurant is located in the centre of Tröpolach, only 300 m from the Millennium Express Cable Car leading into the Nassfeld Ski Area. The Tröpolacherhof's restaurant serves traditional Carinthian cuisine.
We had lunch twice in this restaurant and it was really great. The Fritaten Suppe was excellent! The food was really Austrian. The service was excellent. Really reccomend.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
When driving through Hermagor on our quest for a nice place to have dinner, we followed the signs "Schloss Lerchenhof". This "Schloss" turned out to be a beautiful historic Austrian villa, situated in a large garden with several outbuildings. Schloss Lerchenhof is a "Schlosshotel" as well as a restaurant with Austrian cuisine. In the garden, ample parking space is present. As the weather was balmy, we sat at one of the tables on the forecourt. To enhance the Austrian "Old World" experience, the waitresses wore typical Austrian dresses. Reviewing the meal: My appetizer consisted of five varieties of cured bacon, all home cured. The main course was sweet water trout. Of course, as the menu is Austrian, a "Wienerschnitzel" (with cranberry sauce) can be ordered. The meal was very satisfactory, only the prices are a shade higher than is usual in local Austrian restaurants. The service of the staff was dedicated and friendly. To be recommended. However, it transpired, that the hotel is frequented by motor cycle enthusiasts. It detracts from the soothing experience when the motor cycle club arrive at the hotel during the meal, because of the high level of decibels these arrivals produce.
4 based on 32 reviews
I would describe this as a typcial Austrian gasthof. We were not staying here but did dine as we were staying at a hotel garni just opposite.
In this area the local menu centres quite significantly on game and this was no exception. I had a very nice ragout, I think it was venison or similar in a rich sauce. We also had a dessert and I enjoyed a very good ice cream with nuts. The red wine was pretty average though, but drinkable.
Eating hours ar early - they close at 9 pm!
You will eat okay here but beware, they do not take credit cards, only cash. 21st century has not arrived yet.
4.5 based on 93 reviews
When visiting Hermagor and dropping by "Konditorei Semmelrock" for coffee, cake or something light to eat, we always try to select a place at the outdoor tables to watch Hermagor street life. It was our luck that it was always glorious weather. Not this time. It was pouring, so we fled inside. I can tell you, that indoor the restaurant offers a nice, cosy sit-down. The coffee and cake (I had my favorite, Sachertorte) was very good as always. To be recommended.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
Kleineres, nett eingerichtetes Lokal mit sehr freundlichem Personal. Kleine, aber durchaus feine Speisekarte. Alle Speisen frisch zubereitet, daher sollte man sich auch ein wenig Zeit nehmen. Dafür bekommt man frische und schmackhafte Gerichte.
4 based on 26 reviews
Limited menu with variable service. More suited for snacks and a big-music après-ski experience rather than dinner. Also if you don't smoke then many Austrian restaurants still allow smokers to puff freely, this place is better for smokers, solo and couples.
4.5 based on 16 reviews
An amazing hidden restaurant focused on trouts. Trout cream soup was excelent but the solomontrout with riezling sauce amazing.. 5stars! There s even a great playground for kids so parents have time to talk..:-)
4 based on 22 reviews
I had lunch here with my son after skiing at Nassfeld. The restaurant is just on the slopes, very practical to have a break after skiing. It was very busy but the booking worked well. The service was friendly and efficient, notwithstanding the high number of people and fast turnover. I had a very nice salad with Turkey and my son 2 sausages skewers with chips and a soft drink each for € 25 in total, not bad considering that usually restaurants in such locations tend to be quite expensive.
4 based on 25 reviews
...in this place at over 1600 m altitude. Typical Austrian, decoration and cuisine. Nice sunny Terrace. Great professionality and attention to customers. Try the Grost'l (potatoes, speck, sausage with a fried egg on top) and as a dessert the traditional Kaiserschmarren (one of the best tasted in Austria). Highly recommended.
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