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 history
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