Reviews on European food in Siusi allo Sciliar, Province of South Tyrol, Italy including Cafe Ristorante Saalstuben, Zum Woscht, Ristorante del Rifugio Lavarella, Zum Turm Alla Torre, Santner's, Restaurant Liftstuberl, Malga Tuff Alm, Marinzen Hutte, Schlernhex, Dibaita Puflatschhutte
4 based on 145 reviews
After trying out 5 other huts on the Seiser Alm (AVOID Williamshuette at all cost (literally cost!)) we finally found complete happiness (if not heaven! ):the view from its terrace is simply magnificent, the Kaiserschmarrn' is superb (my 10 y.old son had to have a second one!), service is warmheartedly friendly, prices are justified and reasonable for the quality and size of the dishes (and not inflated like at the Gostner's Schwaige !), next time we will stay in the Dibaita hut: ski-in ski-out !
4 based on 205 reviews
Pleasant restaurant and cafÃ© located above Castelrotto amongst old Tyrolean farms, barns and beautiful pastures. Unpretentious and welcoming. Nice outdoor terrace overlooking the whole valley. Tyrolean as well as Italian specialties simply but nicely done, with generous portions, and nice desserts. Tyrolean live music on some evenings.
4 based on 201 reviews
Rode the chairlift up to this relaxing spot and then walked back to Castelrotto. Drank the local beer Forst and had cheese and bread and apple strudel. The easiest way to hike in the world!
4 based on 524 reviews
Plenty of big tables with different views over the valleys and up to the peaks. Varied menu from snacks to "roll on the floor groaning" meals. Prompt and charming multi-lingual service. Great value. What an absolute gem after a cheeky little climb!
4 based on 240 reviews
I have never had a dumpling other than what my mother had made when I was a kid, but we were seated with a German couple, who strongly suggested we try them, and wow, they were excellent. They were so full of flavor and butter that we had to come back in a few days and have more. We had a house red and white wine that were also excellent. And we had many many laughs with the German couple who were a pure joy to be seated with. The service was so pleasant and helpful, in fact I gave them a large tip which you don't have to do in Italy But when the service and food is this good, you must. A perfect 2 evenings (except on the second night we were seated with kind of a grumpy guy, but oh well, I had my dumping). Don't pass this place up, or the dumplings.
4 based on 110 reviews
We visited this place a couple of times, always after a good sporty day on the snow of Seiser Alm. The inside atmospere was good and relaxing, the staff very helpful and the food we got (Wiener Schnitzel and Apfelstrudel mit VanillesoÃe) was simple, but very tasty. Price was absolutely affordable.
4 based on 342 reviews
Located in the Hotel of the same name
We were recently on a Viking cruise where the food was delicious, very good quality, and presented artfully. We have been to Castelrotto before and remember having good meals here, so we were excited to be returning to this charming quaint town. ZUM TURM was the best meal we have had in a very long time-better than Viking, and other high end restaurantâs. To make it more special they knew it was my husbandâs birthday, a big one, by the way!! The wonderful staff decorated our table, even flowers and candles. Then they brought us complimentary champagne!!! We were so touched and it will leave a lasting memory. Our meals were delicious and presented beautifully on long narrow white plates. My husband had the venison and I had steak. His meat was very tender and the warm red cabbage delicious, as I tried both. My steak was cooked to perfection as were the fresh vegetables. Enjoyed the potato latkes as well. A variety of fresh breads were also brought to our table before ordering that were tasty, fun to try several types of bread. Always wonder why no one serves butter with bread though?! Of course the birthday boy had to have apple strudel for dessert which he said was wonderful. Thick with apples and a light crust that almost melted in your mouth..yes, I had a couple bites as well. Thankful we are staying for a few days so that we can return again this week. Highly recommend and the staff was very nice and accommodating. What a wonderful way to start our visit here in this charming village!!!
4 based on 130 reviews
Everything was perfect: a stylish rifugio with spotless facilities and great food. The owners pay a lot of attention to details: the room are tastefully decorated, even if tiny. The staff is very friendly. The atmosphere is welcoming and calm. An excellent spot for those who walk Alta Via 1.
4 based on 349 reviews
Typical local restaurant with a good choose of local dishes. The service, along with the location and the food are good! Unfortunately we arrived pretty late and since the day later the restaurant was going to be closed, only the starters were available from the menu. Nevertheless pasta was included and we had a pleasant dinner.
4 based on 112 reviews
We had schnitzel and entrecote and our entrees. Both were very good. Ordered a cabbage salad and it was not what we were expecting but still good. It small mounds of shredded and marinated vegetables like cabbage, carrots, corn, beets. Reasonable prices, friendly staff. We couldn't sit outside without a reservation.
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