We had good dinner having wiener schnitzel, chicken steak and champigbon sauce chicken. All was good with no negatives. Can be recommended as dinner restaurant.
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The food is good and varied, we use it mainly for afternoon snacks rather than evening meals, but a good place to sit with a drink and people watch.
We had an evening meal here, and enjoyed it. Not expensive (but not rock bottom cheap), but good food. My duroc pork and local cheese burger with wedges and slaw/salad (can't remember which - may have been both!) was excellent (15 euros, but plenty of...More
This is a lively restaurant which is arguably the busiest in Mayrhofen. I could have given this 5 stars, as the food was excellent, however unfortunately I made the wrong decision for my main course and so did not enjoy that part of my meal....More
Every carnivore needs a steak night on holiday, so we decided to try here. I've seen a couple of reviews from disappointed people, but our experience was a good one. We had the mixed grill for two which could have served 3 people easily. It...More
The cafe Tirol is also a steakhouse, the food is really nice, the menu has changed since our last visit and the drinks and wine seems expensive in comparrison to other hotels and cafes. But very friendly staff and like most places they speak more...More
4th time we've been here and I give up. Greeted, barely, by waitress on mobile. Expensive steak cooked by chef who, apparently, cannot cope with medium rare and has never understood that a steak should be rested. Salad bar full of dried up veg. Great...More
Steaks, prosecco cocktails and lovely surroundings, this place is one of the nicest places in town. A very accommodating place, modern decor in front section and outdoor seating available. Lots of choice on the menu and a 'fancy' type place. We went there twice whilst...More
The food was ok. Perhaps better than average in this town during a UK invasion-week "Snowbombing". Service however took away the last bits of enjoyment where waiters do not have nametags nor any coordinated clothing that would make them recognizable of their role. Waiters yelling...More