Located in the historic center of Hall im T. in the renovated Schwarzer Adler, the restaurant interior is furnished with red and black accents in a modern, minimalistic Italian style. The meals far exceeded our expectations: The primi of beef tartare and goat cheese mousse flavorfully constructed with a topping of fresh wild herbs surrounded by a crumble was a creative interpretation of a well known favorite. The steinpilz [porcini] whole grain tagliatelle dish masterfully brought out the delicious mushroom scents and tastes. The main dish of lamb consisted of two tenderloin-like pieces en croûte with pistachios, and a sautéed dandelion leaf side - the meat was tender but slightly too well done for personal taste. The red beet risotto was perfectly al dente, and balanced with a touch of salty, smoked saibling [char] flavors. Service was courteous and professional, offering helpful wine recommendations. The restaurant was full, so reservations recommended. We will return soon to try the other delicious offerings of this summer's menu. This is a delicious, creative highlight to this region's culinary offerings.
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