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Reviewed 20 February 2020

I have eaten here on several occasions and would recommend it to everyone. The building is charming and the staff are very helpful. Typical dishes, well Cooked and reasonably priced. My favourite - pork medallions. Good for a special occasion, a romantic evening or just...a night out with friends.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 5 January 2020

My partner and I ate here in January 2020. We had: - Trout with crumbled nuts and a side of baked potatoes - A set platter consisting of polenta, beef stew, deer stew, mushrooms, beans. - Dessert: strudel, and apple fritters. The space itself is...lovely, and has a very interesting history worth reading on the menu. The staff are friendly and exceedingly professional, and are able to recommend wine pairings for each dish, sides, and give very good estimates on a good "mix" of food so you can get to try a bit of this and that. The food itself is very good (I'm quite familiar with Tyrolese dishes), and hearty. It's the sort of food that makes you want to eat and eat and keep on eating, and then order a little more so you can try that one thing you didn't get to try... anyway, it's good. In all honesty, it's not "excellent", but it's very good. The stuff your mum cooked on the good days, and you can't get enough of. I highly recommend this place for an excellent intro to local food. The apple fritters ("frittelle di mela") are absolutely incredible, and their wine selection is very much worth going over.More

Date of visit: January 2020
Reviewed 28 July 2019 via mobile

Good homely atmosphere, tasty local food and good service. We had a meat/cheese board, risotto with apples and local cheese, a mixed 'faggio' meat dish and an apple strudel to conclude.. All very nice. Fairly priced, would return

Date of visit: July 2019
Reviewed 30 December 2017 via mobile

Good ration quality to price. I would really come back again. Fish of local lakes and wild meat with good wine. To repeat. Recommend if you pass by Andalo.

Date of visit: December 2017
Reviewed 13 July 2017 via mobile

We visited this restaurant with two really young kids. The quality of food was not so good as reviews says despite we ordered some traditional "tris" but the service was very good. Fast, "kids ready" and kind. Prices are a bit higher then normal but...still acceptable.More

Date of visit: July 2017
Reviewed 27 June 2017 via mobile

After reading the reviews we decided to pop in for lunch but we're very disappointed. I had Spaezle a local dish which I've had two days in a row at other restaurants and it was very bland, hardly any speck and it had cream in...it, which it should not have. My husband had pasta with duck and very bland. Service was good and restaurant is nice but food is very below average.More

Date of visit: June 2017
Reviewed 16 February 2017 via mobile

The cosy settings and a selection of local food seemed promising at first, but when the food arrived it was slightly disappointing. The portions were large and not too tasty. That said, the overall level of this restaurant is above many others in the area.

Date of visit: February 2017
Reviewed 24 June 2016

We stayed in Andalo early in June, and happened across this place for lunch (as it seemed to be one of the few places open so early in the season). Our first visit was a light lunch - a tagliere of local meats and cheese,...half a litre of red and coffee. The service was quick, the waiter was friendly and the food was good. The rest of the menu looked interesting, so we booked for dinner the following evening. Dinner was also lovely, a pappardelle with venison sauce and apple strudel (quite usual to find this type of dessert in this region). More to the point - the wine. A list of predominantly local wines with a useful map in the front showing where they originated. We asked our friendly waiter for a recommendation and so we were introduced to Teroldego (more specifically Teroldego Rotolinio) a beautiful red wine with full body and great berry fruits - the riserva which we had on the next visit was even better. It's also great to see someone enthusiastic and knowledgable about the wines they were serving and checking that the wine was not corked before asking the customer to taste! Our next dinner was equally as good, tagliere to start and the fillet of pork with rosemary with spatzli and fillet of venison in a beautiful sauce flavoured with red berries with dumpling/noodles (can't remember their name too much of the lovely Teroldego!) Marvellous - thank you to Cedric for making us feel so welcome and to the chef for providing such lovely, local food (and for having an interesting wine list).More

Date of visit: June 2016
Reviewed 22 June 2016 via mobile

We had high expectations given the good reviews, and yes it was well worth the detour. The starter with ham and vegetable soup was fresh but no taste explosion. The main course of stew felt well prepared. The dessert with deep fried apples was real...was made the meal really good. The restaurant has a really cosy atmosphere the staff was really friendly and treated us with liquor for the desert. We where there on off-season, so if you get the chance to go there on season you will probably have a treat!More

Date of visit: June 2016
Reviewed 12 July 2015

The place is really nice, lovely atmosphere. We ordered two salads, red and white wine, filetto di orata and a misto Trentino, one bottle of water. Everything was delicious, really cheap (around 40€) and the staff (a woman) is nice and polite. We recommend it!!!!!

Date of visit: July 2015
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  • Food: 4
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  • Value: 4
  • Atmosphere: 4.5