A bright and breezy spot along the Inn River, this place has a distinct Mediterranean feel about it. During the summer take a table if you can find one on the open terrace or in the cooler months in the glass-enclosed courtyard. The atmosphere is not rushed and you can order lunch well after 2 pm. Japanese-style noodle soups and pizzas (we recommend the one with ruccola and serano ham) are some of the offerings. Vegan dishes are also available. Across the corridor you
can let yourself be absorbed by the Latin rhythms of the adjacent Tapa Bar and there's a Mexican eaterie upstairs.
Feb 13, 2007
very high price-quality ratio for a restaurant in the centre of innsbruck and therefore so close to all touristic attractions. normaly a place for tourist- ripp-off. thats the reason, why there´s always a good mixture from locals and tourists.
May 28, 2005
Obviously popular (son recommended it also), hostess expeditious and helpful, very good food, would return.