Discover the best restaurant in Stuben, Austria including Lecher Stube, Hospiz Alm, Hazienda, The Museum Restaurant, Hagen's Dorfmetzgerei, Hotel Schwarzer Adler A la Carte Restaurant, Mooserwirt - wahrscheinlich die schlechteste Skihutte am Arlberg, Bodega Bar, Schneggarei, Gaststube Mondschein
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4.5 based on 174 reviews
Lots on the menu, very good quality, service is a little austere but very well intentioned. Food is very good and has some different itels on the menu to many places.
4 based on 445 reviews
Booked in advance for lunch which was good as it is extremely busy! Lively atmosphere, traditional decor, delicious Austrian style food, prices not unreasonable. Slide down to the toilets is fun, and the wine list is huge!
4.5 based on 213 reviews
Since 1985 HAZIENDA has been a cornerstone in St. Anton for both tourists and locals alike. Over the years some things have changed but the feeling of a classic ski town bar/restaurant atmosphere remains the same. The dining room resonates with lively ambiance enhanced with warm furnishings and original works of art. Intimate nooks with vaulted ceilings inspire serenity. With its understated elegance, Hazienda is a rarefied experience in rustic sophistication and culinary excellence. Seasons pass by, memories are created, good times are had, and lifelong friends are made. So come on down to pay us a visit, relax, eat, drink, and enjoy our atmosphere and become part of our history.
We enjoyed our visit. This is a sophisticated mix of European and more specifically Austrian food, served in a somewhat formal but not overly so manner. There were interesting twists to the preparation and presentation. They also have an excellent wine list, both Austrian and other European wine.
4.5 based on 239 reviews
Set in a tastefully refurbished historic mansion, just steps from the ski runs, gondolas and village center of St. Anton, the Museum is a restaurant that features a walk through ski history. Dining in this historic ambiance celebrates delicious modern mountain cuisine that is locally sourced and seasonally inspired. Each of our 5 originally preserved dining rooms tells its own story. A fusion of an Austrian-international style of cooking with fresh and regional ingredients and an inventive twist on classic favourites is what makes our meals taste great. Welcome to a place where history comes to life, where people come together, and where delectable cuisine is served.
My friend and I went to the museum and enjoyed learning all about the start of skiing as well as the development of the area railway and Bridges. We ate lunch at the Museum Restaurant and were absolutely in love with the food. It was a real delight, as was the service. Call for Reservations at night! You will need them.
4.5 based on 145 reviews
Good food is difficult to find when you are in a foreigner from the Southern Hemisphere in a small Alpine village. Caroline from Hotel Garni Lavendel (20 meters away) recommended this place (pity we only asked on day 3!!). Wow. It is a memorable restaurant. So please do not waste your time and efforts looking elsewhere. This is the place with a fantastic menu and good wines. There are a zillion returning local and international customers that tell us that this is the No. 1 spot they come back to in Lech, year after year.
It is nice to know that Austrian food tastes this good.
4.5 based on 130 reviews
Food was excellent,good variety and plenty of it,service was also excellent ,the staff could not do enough for us
4.5 based on 594 reviews
MooserWirt is not only known for THE Après-Ski in town - they also serve great food up there! And the portions are big. Very big...
Moosewirt was a lot of fun. Everyone is there to have fun after an intense day of skiing. Starting on Friday afternoon, be prepared for it to be super crowded, through the weekend. The people watching is second to none. Most people are also very friendly and looking to meet other people and groups.
4.5 based on 322 reviews
This is a very busy, loud, fun, buzzing tapas bar.
And if that were all there was to it, then it would still deserve 4* review: a fun, loud, buzzing bar is a good thing.
But two things lift it to 5*
First is the food. This is actually very good tapas. And that is surprisingly rare: lots iof tapas places just go through the motions, or re-heat prepared food. But this is really tasty. The flaming chorizo is good fun - but it is nice to eat. The gambas were fresh & juicy.
Second is the wine list. It is good value with some very deliucious wines (Camins de Priorat; Haciendo de Monasterio) at reasonable prices.
It is crowded and it is hard to get a table, but don't stress: go, have a glass of wine, enjoy the atmosphere - and enjoy the food
4.5 based on 309 reviews
This restaurant was virtually full minutes after it opened at 7pm, we were lucky to get a seat at the bar, the rest of this large restaurant was reserved. Its an open plan building with tables all round the sides, predominantly families but a few...MoreThank you!
4.5 based on 81 reviews
I have stayed at the hotel Mondschein with my girlfriend, but we also wanted to try the a-la-carte in the restaurant. We enjoyed every bite of it. We had a very good lunch after skiing with typical Austrian dishes like Kasespatzle and Blutwurst. The dinner was excellent, we wanted a quiet corner for a romantic dining and the owner made it all possible. The wine selection was superb. I highly recommend this restaurant and the hotel also. Surely, we are coming back.
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