Liechenstein is very similar to german switzerland, both for language and climate, but also for food. We tried an apple strudel which was really a great choice, then we did the mistake to ask also a coffe....
Favorite Dish: let's forget their coffe. There is free wi-fi.
It began its life as an English pub called „Old Castle Inn“ and went the way many pubs in England went as well. It became the alpine version of the „Slug and Lettuce“, a gastro concept for the better off where beer plays only a minor role. It was OK for having a beer, but lacked the atmospheree you are looking for when you visit a pub. Audience was mostly in their mid-fourties and driving anything from Audi upwards. As a backpacker I felt like being in the wrong place. Although the place is not bad per se, I was disappointed when I red the reviews of the „Old Castle Inn“ and compared it to the New Castle I found.
It was rather quiet, but it was early February and it was rather snowy. However the restaurant was welcoming and the staff provided excellent service.
The menu was good and I enjoyed the food. However the coffee was not so great, rather weak.
Favorite Dish: try the traditional dishes - you will enjoy them!
Located on the main pedestrianised street through Vaduz, Café Wolf is a café/restaurant/bar. We were feeling like a coffee, and as it started to drizzle as we were walking by it seemed the perfect opportunity to stop.
We grabbed a table outside under a large umbrella. A friendly waitress came over and we asked for a menu as we wanted to see what cakes were on offer. After some confusion we established that there was no menu (apart from the lunch/dinner menu) and that the Apple Strudel, which was being advertised as a special, was not available as the chef wasn't working that morning.
Favorite Dish: In the end we ordered coffee and Chris sampled some sort of cream filled pastry/cake with fruit on top. It seemed to go down ok. The rain stopped and we moved on.
Wanting to have some lunch before ending our brief visit to Vaduz and Liechtenstein, we decided to eat at the Old Castle Inn, based on HORSCHECK's recommendation.
As it was a warm day we chose to sit out on the front covered terrace. The only issue with this was that we seemed to be surrounded by people smoking.
Favorite Dish: Initially we were tempted by the 'Menu of the Day', but decided we didn't want to eat that much, so just had one course each. We ordered a couple of different panini's, and a Wienerschnitzel with chips.
The food was nothing special, but filled the gap, and prices were cheaper than some of the other menus we had looked at whilst walking around the town.
Service was cheerful, and the Old Castle Inn is located conveniently close to the bus stop to catch a ride back to Switzerland.
One of the restaurant I can think of: wonderful dishes served with style. Simple with only a hint of an innovative touch - and all prepared with the freshest ingredients on the market - often with locally made products and meat from home breeders.
There's also an endless selection of wines - including delicious local wines.
Favorite Dish: The food was all memorable (expensively memorable)... in particular the asparagus soup with the finest iranian caviar.
However it's the dessert that we found a real killer... the largest chocolate souffle that you could ever imagine. It's worth the announced 40 minutes wait - but I dare you finish it.
Vaduz has some restaurants with very good ambience and foods. They attend you rapidly and always smilying.