We found Lohmayr Stub'n restaurant as ‘Michelin Bib Gourmand’ tip. It is at old nice building at Piding village. It has really rustically feeling. We stopped there for dinner but restaurant was fully booked so we were lucky to get seat for lunch next day. Restaurant is relatively small and as already mentioned it is designed in a village rustically style which is fine. Service was friendly, fast and professional – they helped us with translation menu to English and give us recommendations. Food was well prepared but some taste combinations were a little bit strange for us – beef steak came accompanied with sweet Thai sauce, octopus was marinated too much in some sweet sauce. But it’s ok when a cook is looking for new combinations and tastes it just wasn’t what we expected. But as I already mentioned the food was well done and good quality. Selection of desserts was excellent. Recommended local wine was ok they have good selection of digestives including local grappa or several kinds of cognac for good price. It’s really interesting place and it’s worth to visit if you are travelling around.
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