It’s easy to recognize a typical Alpine restaurant, as its room is always decorated with heavy wooden furniture, stuffed animals and other attributes typical of the region. Another nice feature of national Tyrolean restaurants is a huge serving, so hungry guests don’t have to hurry and order multiple treats.
As we have noted above, Tyrolean dishes are very simple and hearty; much of the popular national treats are made of wheat flour and corn flour. Each restaurant will offer its guests delicious polenta and dumplings, real home-made pasta and a lot of amazing baking.
Dumplings are now prepared in many different countries, but Tyrolean ones feature an incredible size; usually they are not less than an apple. They are served as part of the first courses with rich broth, as the second with a side dish of sauerkraut and a as dessert with fruit fillings. Fans of Italian dishes are sure to be impressed with branded spatzle noodles served with cheese and onion sauce, and delicious Graukase cheese cooked following old peasant recipes.
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