This little Restaurant (more of a traditional mountain farm, really) is somewhat off the beaten path, but the drive up the mountains and through the alpine woods only adds to its charms. Once there, the feeling of accomplishment and remoteness adds to the excitement of this culinary outing.
The proprietor of the place happens to know my family, so the familiar and friendly reception we got as we bumped into him washing fresh, hand-picked herbs in the rustic water trough in the courtyard might be the exception, although I suspect it is the norm.
The food was amazing. Really, amazing! In the slow-food tradition, the ingredients were of the highest quality and, seeing that they are all locally sourced, or at least sourced from small-scale producers, each dish came with a plethora of stories behind the ingredients and the recipe.
At the end of our lunch, we bumped into distant relatives, who were celebrating a family birthday there. Four generations, all sitting in a traditional, wood-paneled dining room, loving the food and having a blast.
The prices are high, but not too high for the quality of the food and drink.
Since I've been there, I've recommended it to anyone passing through South Tyrol!
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