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This is a special place. The owner takes great pride in his "slow food" meals. He is involved in the international slow food movement. It shows in the quality and care of each dish. We had gnocchi that were just perfect, a delicious Arctic char,...and a vegetarian casserole made with old bread parts that was a traditional Tirol dish. And a homemade gelato that was the lightest and smoothest we have ever had. All this in a remarkable room built into a rock. It's a total dining treat. Be sure to have the owner explain about its historyMore
Don't be fooled by the pictures, this restaurant combines high quality ingredients with big portions and spot on tastes. The you for a fantastic experience. We had 4 starters and three different main dishes all fantastic. Try the hay soup with rose paddles or the...simply fantastic fried bread dish, sorry forgot the name. One of the owners serves and can tell you where everything comes from and what happened to it. What convinces me if there is no decoration on the plate needed. Simply good raw goods expertly prepared and freshly served. That's how this restaurant sticks out from all the tourist traps in this city.More
The salad was plain and the tomatoes weren't ripe. Given the only other vegetable was a boring lettuce, it is safe to say it was disappointing. On the positive side, the dressing was good and the meal got good fast.
Perfectly cooked and tasty ravioli....The entree was saffron char with black rice. There was too much something (saffron?). Superb custard with a Nutela like sauce.More
We recently visited this restaurant with my family and we chose it based on the great reviews it has in TripAdvisor. The dishes were well presented and used very fresh ingredients. However all of them had too much salt to the point where we could...not eat eat them. It was 13 of us and everyone had the same experience.
I am not sure what happened that night or if the chef usually seasons all his dishes with so much salt, but we surely will not be coming back.More
This was our last day of a bike vacation and our group had a final dinner here. The owner and chef is a proponent of Slow Food - a global, grassroots organization, founded in 1989 to prevent the disappearance of local food cultures and traditions....He explained his philosophy to us before dinner. We were in a room hewn out of rock. Our food was fabulous and well presented. Service was outstanding.More
A friend took me to this slightly out of the way restaurant (its correct name is actually Roberts Stube im Felsenkeller) the other night. We only had one course, the beef tartar served with freshly baked bread. Both were absolutely excellent and a steal at...Euro 10. I am not sure whether the other food is good too,, except that looking at what other guests eat it looked delicious. Book for dinnerMore
Only metres away from our apartment. A limited menu but very nicely cooked and presented. I had a salad of courgette , tomato and baked goats chees to start, not sure what the dressing was but it was delicious
Date of visit: June 2015
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