Welcome! We hope you enjoy a look around our homepage. Along with excerpts from our menu we will also post some of our recipes and snapshots of our restaurant life. In addition we will point out special promotions and initiatives we are taking part in and present products used in our kitchen.
One of these products is the Terlaner Steckrübe (turnip from the Terlan region) harvested in the month of November. It shares a reputation as poor peoples’ food along with the parsnip and the Jerusalem artichoke. In war times it was often a last food reserve for a large part of the population. Later it became almost forgotten and only in recent years has it gained popularity again.
Turnips taste slightly tangy (savoury, earthy) and are low in calories and rich in vitamins and minerals. They are best stored in a dark and dry place, where they keep for up to six months. In our kitchen we are using turnips for soups, fillings of pasta pockets, as a vegetable side and with sweetbread.
In 2018 we have once again been awarded with 12,5 points by Gault Millau