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This family-run butchery is famed for its unique Schlegeis-Speck ham, cured in a hut at 1800m for three months to achieve its aroma...
Skip more complicated dishes and go for wood-fired pizza at Mamma Mia, a kitsch-cosy slice of Italy with its terracotta floor and murals of Florence.
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Great organic wholemeal bread and homemade cakes, alongside salads and heart-warming dishes like goulash.
Upping the ante in slope-side dining, this sophisticated hut has terrific views and an enticing open fire. Regional organic produce goes into dishes from tarte flambée to meltingly tender steaks...
Set in high pastures, this woodsy 400-year-old chalet is the kind of place where you pray for a snow blizzard, so you can huddle around the fire and tuck into Schlutzkropf’n (fresh pasta filled with cheese).
A restaurant with pizza, pasta, steaks, Tex-Mex, Thai curry and Austrian classics on the same menu might cause foodies to raise a sceptical eyebrow...
Part of Hall’s vaulted town hall has been transformed into this modern cafe. There’s a terrace for people-watching over breakfast, a baguette or drink.
The ambience is wonderfully cosy in this historic tavern on the main square. Join locals for Austrian comfort food like Tafelspitz (boiled beef with horseradish) and sweet dumplings, paired with local wines.
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