The place is a bit over decorated in an old Austrian style. But the food is elegant and tasty. The service is good and not too pushy. Expensive, but worth it.
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If you are fed up with casual ski cafes you should reserve a table at scwarzer adler. You can eat on white table sheets and a good wine. Its a bit expensive but it worths
We booked here just on spec really after reading other reviews. We fancied a good 'elaborate' meal and we got one here. It was pricey but we did choose to eat three courses and have a fair amount of wine. The service was impeccable and...More
Had to book a table for the following night because we couldn't get in on spec. Was a great meal in a nice stube with good service. Will return next time we are in St Anton.
Decided to go based on the reviews on Tripadvisor. Was quite disappointed. Expected premium quality based on premium pricing, but was let down e.g. the "Parma ham" was of a poor quality and the wild boar had a texture like minced meat. Cannot recommend.
Pescatarians can struggle in St Anton but the Schwarzer is theri salvation. There is a choice of four or so fish dishes on the menu but all the ones we tried were good. My wife was enthusiastic about her goats cheese and pear salad to...More
Classical Austrian style and tradition, with superb ingredients, attentive service and an excellent wine list. Pricing was extremely fair and the overall offering represents good value for money.
I attended this restaurant with a group of six, and Alice was our waitress. She was so lovely and an excellent host, she definitely made the experience. There were amazing breads to go with the traditional Austrian food here. I found the mains to be...More
Loved everything about this place. I loved the herbed pork. Every bite of this tender juicy pork ensemble was exceptional. Great service and atmosphere.