We have been to the restaurant Lenzenhof for one dinner last week during our skiing holidays. It looked nice from the outside and so we went in. Interior was warm and welcoming and maybe what you would expect from a typical restaurant in this area.
However the owners are not Germans, they originate from eastern Europe. I am not saying that it is a bad thing, just mentioning so that people understand that the food is not typical bavarian. The menue has many dishes from eastern Europe like Hungary or Croatia. They are of course good but it is not typical for a bavarian restaurant. Still they have many local specialities.
I ate a Hungarian Roast, my fiancee had tenderloin pork. The food was very good and drinks as well. That leads me to the downturn of this restaurant, the service. The owner family themselves waits the tables. Until ordering food and drinks for the first time everything is ok. But they do not care for the guests already eating and wanting more drinks. People actually had to stand up and go to the main room where the bar is to order their drinks.
This was the only thing to improve in my opinion. Compared to the Unterwirtsalm (another restaurant in Reit im Winkl) prices are more reasonable.