Discover the best restaurant in Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Ristorante La Siriola, MALGA PANNA, Pyramidencafe, Ristorante Da Aurelio Rifugio, Restaurant Terra, Gourmet-Restaurant Anna Stuben, Agriturismo La Rondine, Kurbishof, Restaurant Wiedenplatzerkeller, Malga Roncac Moena
Things to do in Province of South Tyrol
4.5 based on 236 reviews
La Siriola is the top range restaurant of the Ciasa Salares hotel, a unique location within the higher end of Badia Valley, surrounded by woods and facing the massif of the Conturines Mountains. The mix of nature Wilderness and refinement of the place is in itself an experience. The menu ha a great range of choices but every time I go I indulge in their Game (deer, roe deer, Guinea fawl, pigeon) which is always assorted with great side plates. Pasta and gnocchi are excellent in search of new combination of tastes. Impressive wine list, particularly of South Tyrol. When it comes to the dessert, not to miss the chocolate room, where you can taste an assortment of all sort of chocolates and eat an ice cream made on the spot. Service impeccable. One star Michelin well deserved and possibly more. Bravo to the chef Matteo Metullio
4.5 based on 864 reviews
Another excellent dinner at this temple of the Val di Fassa gastronomy. Some of the creations by Paolo Donei in my opinion stand comparison with those of more famous multistarred chefs. The signature dish egg in polenta crust with truffle, cream of cheese and spinach, for example, behind its apparent simplicity hides much preparation work, uses great produce, and it embraces you with a memorable subtlety of flavours and textures.
A primo of spatzle with herbs, girolles and a speck infusion summarises what this cuisine is about: strong, traditional flavours elevated to delicacies of high refinement and elegance.
Two mains, a venison and a duck, both had at their core a fantastic, chunky, tender and perfectly cooked piece of meat, with clever and tasty garnishes around them: the braised red chicory giving moisture to the duck, with almond and smoked oil flavours; and the Jerusalem artichokes (coming in different ways) with a Pinot nero reduction.
My only small reservation is just a tendency to saltiness, but this is personal taste.
You can't skip desserts at Malga panna: a parfait was just good, but a 'cappuccino ice cream' with liquorice and milk was fun, creative, beautiful, deliciously balanced, hovering between the bitterness of the liquorice and the sweetness of the rest.
You get so much more during a meal here, amuse bouche, breads, pre-dessert and petit fours. The prices are very, very fair such abundance and quality. The wine lover will also find satisfaction, gently guided by the always informative maitre Michele and the rest of his team. And the setting...well, that is magical (a little upholstering of all the benches would make it even more comfortable).
I only manage to visit the Malga once a year, but every time I'm looking forward to returning.
4.5 based on 264 reviews
You will need to have someone local or who lives in South Tyrol for you to know and stumble across this small cafe as it is absolutely not easy to locate in the Mountains....luckily my partner is from the area so we could navigate to it pretty easy.
This cafe is extremely simple and basic but the cakes the lady owner produces are mouthwateringlg incredible.
There where 4 of us sampling the delicacies of these fresh wonders and the owner kindly produced a little sample plate for us where we could taste a vast array of her baking. We had Italian coffee and sparkling water to accompany the sweets.
The cafe has a good sized Seating area and you can get the cakes to go. Enjoy eating some fresh cakes here and you will absolutely want to take some away.
4.5 based on 362 reviews
Perched on a mountain pass (between Cortina and Selva di Cadore) with astounding views of the Marmolada. Food was outstanding -- pasta with mountain pesto, mezzelune with zucca and gorgonzola, tender lamb chops, and an assortment of great Deserts. Service was impeccable and some real knowledge of the wines of the region. Will definitely return.
5 based on 127 reviews
I've just finished raving about the hotel where this restaurant is located, now I get to review the restaurant. It's the best restaurant I visited in Italy in 2015. The dishes are innovative and they change frequently. The dining room itself is a so beautifully designed, with views to the snow covered Mountains beyond. The chairs - Walter Knoll - are so comfortable, I just wanted to buy a whole set of them for my own house! The wine list is extensive with very good, mid-priced Alto Adige wines. The service is perfect. Note to self: come back.
4.5 based on 155 reviews
The elegant service you would expect in a casual chalet style surrounding. From the amuse bouche through the chocolate degustation, everything was constructed with incredible craftmanship. You have 3 degustation menus to choose from but ultimately you can mix and match and order fewer dishes. While some plates were maybe a tad below (my very high) expectations (meat dishes in general), the overall experience was wonderful and the price value exceptional.
5 based on 691 reviews
Wow! The place is incredible, beautiful panoramic view of prosecco hills. Top food quality, typical of the area. Home-made vegetables and prosecco. Never tasted a meringata like that! Great service...Massimo is the nicest oste ever! Everything is really good. Will go again for sure
4.5 based on 218 reviews
This little Restaurant (more of a traditional mountain farm, really) is somewhat off the beaten path, but the drive up the Mountains and through the alpine woods only adds to its charms. Once there, the feeling of accomplishment and remoteness adds to the excitement of this culinary outing.
The proprietor of the place happens to know my family, so the familiar and friendly reception we got as we bumped into him washing fresh, hand-picked herbs in the rustic water trough in the courtyard might be the exception, although I suspect it is the norm.
The food was amazing. Really, amazing! In the slow-food tradition, the ingredients were of the highest quality and, seeing that they are all locally sourced, or at least sourced from small-scale producers, each dish came with a plethora of stories behind the ingredients and the recipe.
At the end of our lunch, we bumped into distant relatives, who were celebrating a family birthday there. Four generations, all sitting in a traditional, wood-paneled dining room, loving the food and having a blast.
The prices are high, but not too high for the quality of the food and drink.
Since I've been there, I've recommended it to anyone passing through South Tyrol!
4.5 based on 392 reviews
Make sure and call ahead as this restaurant is always busy because the view of the valley is breathtaking and the food preparation and service are unmatched. Any of the beef dishes are delicious. Meal prices are moderate and the quality of the food makes this a real value.
4.5 based on 899 reviews
Visited on business in June. After an epic trek up the mountain to find it, no signs and the trip advisor map location is about 1km out?! We were rewarded with fantastic views. We had no reservation but surprisingly the staff gave us a balcony table which provided the best view in the house! Sheepskin wraps provided if you get chilly! Authentic Italian food served by delightful ladies wearing traditional dress. Perfect English from our waitress, put our italian to shame. The home made pasta was perfect with delicious fresh breads. Fantastic desserts. Well worth seeking out, not a spare seat in the house by 8.30pm.
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