Fortunately we were not staying in the Hotel central, we just went there for dinner one evening, and sorely regretted it.
The Germans call Ischgl “party town” but the restaurant in the Hotel Central was more reminiscent of a funeral party. Totally lacking in atmosphere, cold bare surroundings. The food was no more inspiring. The cordon bleu was said by one of our party to be equal to mountain restaurant fare – normally one expects food cooked to order to be a cut above the production line meals up the mountain. Two of us order lasagna and stared open mouthed as two frying pans were brought, each with a solid burnt slab in the middle. Dry mince welded together sheets of brittle lasagne, with no sign of anything which could be described as sauce. Assuming looks might be deceptive, we picked at the lasagne, but neither of us managed more than a quarter before we gave up. When the waiter enquired, we explained our concerns, and after returning the pans to the kitchen, he returned to inform us that the chef said there was absolutely nothing wrong with the lasagne. So the chef at the Central has clearly never seen, let alone eaten a lasagna, and the waiter has no clue about customer service. Perhaps they should have an evening out together at Allegra or La Candela, both withon 100 metres of Hotel Central, to see where they are going wrong. This place should be avoided at all costs.
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