We had enjoyed an excellent meal here when visiting the region last year and were looking forward to returning.
On this occasion we dined here for lunch so that we could fully appreciate the magnificent setting where this restaurant is located, being in the middle of a park with the Dolomites dominating the skyline.
Two of us chose the 5 course surprise menu (Euro85 per head) whilst the third chose 3 courses (cost Euro68) from the a la carte menu. The three of us received a very good amuse bouche that tasted a little like pate, then the 5 courses were sashimi tuna with tomatoes, risotto with porcini, fish with fennel in a soup base, chicken with potatoes and a chocolate log with chocolate gelato and sorbet. All of the dishes looked colourful and inviting and were delicious with the tuna, risotto and fish the winners. The a la carte choices were ravioli with calamari - also delicious - and the braised beef with potatoes and carrots, a very attractive and tasty dish.
Coffee came with petit fours which consisted of 3 different types of chocolate.
Our maître d', sommelier and waitress, Anita, was absolutely delightful. Anita was informative, attentive, friendly and very efficient.
The wine list was extensive and Anita's suggestion of a bottle of local Girlan Pinot Noir was rxcellent.
Chef Chris Oberhammer welcomed us towards the end of the meal which was a nice touch.
We will return when next we visit the Dolomites.
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