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Artemis Restaurant  


Ghione's place.

Chef Bruno Ghione is masterful picker of Champagnes as well as a fine cook. A plump sweet-sour onion dumpling and light, crusty home baked breads kept us occupied until the delicious chestnut soup (€9.50) arrived. Beautiful autumnal risotto violet with Lagrein wine rested atop bright orange pumpkin puree (€14), tasty as it was beautiful. Lagrein wine, with its flavors of wild berries, currants, and cherries was the ideal wine to wash that down. Even better was the 2004 Lagrein Barbagol Riserva, with tobacco notes that made a good match for perfectly grilled veal filet topped with balsamic sauce, with mashed celery and cooked apple slices on the side (€24). — Judy Edelhoff

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Via Verdi 72, Merano, IT-BZ Map
Tel. 0473.446.282
http://www.villativoli.it
Open Daily


Kallmünz Restaurant  


Chef Luigi Ottaiano.

Neapolitan meets Japanese in an immaculate atmosphere. Most of the staff is Japanese, including the entertaining and informative Masashi Yamashita. Chef Luigi Ottaiano hails from the Naples area and cuisine is decidedly creative Italian. The regular menu features mostly fish: smoked tuna and salmon, or shrimp imperial, or duck foie gras with wild greens, walnuts and raspberry vinagrette (€16-19). Soups run €12-16 for fish soup “my way” or hearty winter vegetable soup. Primo might be risotto with quail and artichokes, or chestnut taglierini with a sauce of wild boar, mushrooms, and pecorino di fossa. Venison is glazed with a juniper and thyme sauce or oven roasted fish. Or go for the four-course dinner of fish (€60) or meat (€58), let Yamashita suggest the wines. Thetortino al pistacchio looks divine, but Ottaiano does creative spins on tiramisu or chocolate mousse with coffee cream plus homemade ice creams (€12-15). — Judy Edelhoff

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Piazza Rena, 12, Merano, IT-BZ Map
Tel. 0473.212.917
http://www.kallmuenz.it


Sissi Restaurant Andrea Fenoglio  


Fun at Andrea Fenoglio.

The soothing beige and white interior is simply decorated with sepia photos. A few trendy gimmicks may appear, like liquid pizza or red pepper that looks like a perfectly laid egg, but both are as tasty as they are amusing. An antipasto of carciofi stufati, artichokes with fresh black truffles and sage, has prime ingredients but a bit bold to give the ‘choke much breathing room. Unmissables: aromatic primo of Flan Royal alle erbe con polenta morbia e tartufo nero, deliciously fragrant with herbs that let the black truffles do their magic. Also, risotto made from sweet and hot peppers cooled down with a bit of mint. The stinco di agnello was beautifully seasoned. Tender braised lamb came with two superb sauces, one herb and the other a traditional rich brown sauce. The filet of venison with red mirtilli berries and pumpkin puree is another treat. Antipasti and primi range €10-15, meat dishes €18-24, or a three-course meal with cheese or dessert runs €45-55, an especially good value when costly ingredients like truffles come into play. — Judy Edelhoff

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Via G. Galilei 44, Merano, IT-BZ Map
Tel. 0473.231.062
http://www.andreafenoglio.com
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