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4 based on 261 reviews
A good restaurant in an authentic oldest Dornbirn's residential house. Eventually one must make reservation for the dinner as the place is popular and with many people, especially in lunch time when they serve a special lunch menu. Glad to find local meals in this menu for quite an available price. Good service and friendly waiters who are even ready to help to make photos.
4.5 based on 74 reviews
We used to eat lunch here almost every week but haven't been in a while. They have always had great schnitzel - very tender, good quality meat. Other dishes also tend to be quite good, although I had some disappointing käsespätzle once (fried onions were limp and greasy). Other than that I would recommend this place for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 56 reviews
Freindly staff, good wine, the plates are artwork, it looks great and it tastes great. It was one of the more expensive meals in our holiday but the quality was excellent. Nice little amuse to start with, free bread with (garlic)butter.
4 based on 179 reviews
We were in Dornbirn for the Bregenzerfestspiel and as our hotel did not have it's own restaurant we asked fir a couple of recommendations, we settled on this one as there was some kind of open air fashion show going on outside one of the other places. Even though they were busy they found a table outside for us knowing that we would be out before the guests who had reserved at 8 pm, and we were so happy they did, two in our party ordered the lomo 21 to share and said it was one of the best filet steak they had ever eaten, another had the salmon steak which was excellent and i ordered the prawns which were perfect ! The sauces and sides were tasty , the service perfect !
4.5 based on 28 reviews
To help you better understand my reviews, my wife and I are independent travelers in our mid-60s. While we definitely like a bit of luxury and enjoy good food, we usually find five-star hotels and Michelin starred restaurants too pretentious.
We've dined at the Alte Mühle many times while attending the Schubertiade in Schwarzenberg. We always enjoyed it, but I have to admit that the last two times the service hasn't been what it was when we first ate here.
The pluses: the menu has interesting dishes, all very well prepared, and the setting is as romantic as it gets.
The minuses: The last two times we have eaten here the service has been very slow and the meal took too long -- the restaurant only seats about 25. This was because the kitchen was overstressed with too many diners coming at the same time. This isn't the restaurant's fault -- most of the diners are attending Concerts at the Schubertiade and so come when the 4:00 concert lets out, or at 6:00, with plans to attend the 8:00 concert. Slow service certainly wouldn't be a problem if you dined here when Schubertiade is not on -- it affects all the restaurants in the entire area as the Concerts attract about 700 music lovers.
Some special notes: they only take cash!! Austrians like their food salty, so Americans may find some dishes a little too salty for their taste. If Zwetschgenstrudel is featured for dessert, order it!.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
Small but nicely presented portions with sometimes rather exotic combinations
4.5 based on 73 reviews
we recently celebrated an 85th birthday with the extended family at the Hirschen (not the first time). What a lovely treat, the service was outstanding and the food great, from Flaedle soup to veal roast to a cold buffet to end the day. On top of that the picturesque setting in the middle of the village. Well worthwhile for an outing if you are in the area.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Nice place to eat with a great view when you are a smoker (which I am not), It is a pity that the room with that fantastic view is the smokers lobby.
Good food, and a great possibility to order small portions (which allows you to eat one of those great Deserts after your meal). Excellent coffee and wine. Good value for money. The staff is very friendly. Wifi available.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
After some outdoor activities in summer, we had the chance to enjoy the beautiful Terrace where you can sit under the sun and have a nice break or rest after the tour. There are a well sorted menus available which all of them are prepared fresh with local ingredients. We recommend the self baked cakes where you fine every day different flavors.
4.5 based on 94 reviews
I can wholeheartedly recommend Gabriel's Cucina in every way. Rest assured that, no matter which dish you choose, you will have a meal cooked to perfection.
Ask (the owner and a native Italian) Gabriel for the day's recommendation and he will explain you competently about the special meals or self-imported wines (and foods) he offers.
Don't hesitate, just go there and enjoy!
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