I have never visited South Tirol but I have been to La Bruschetta a couple of times with friends for lunch. A South-Tirolean restaurant brings refreshing air from the southern Alps to Munich, as it is combines Italian and South-Tirolean tastes perfectly.
The restaurant has a clear alpine flair: big tables of dark wood, tablecloths with big dark red square patterns and beautiful stained glass windows with images of South-Tirolean villages and landscapes. Once you enter through the door, you feel like you are in the restaurant in an alpine village.
Usually the cuisine of regions that lie on the border areas are very rich and combine elements from both the cuisines of the two different countries they lie on. This is for sure the case here. The pasta and pizza menus are big enough to satisfy every taste and everything tastes fresh. Although it is hard to choose, I am a big fan of Penne pastrorella (a pasta dish with mushrooms, cream, herbs and minced meat) and the Südtiroler Schlutzkrapfen (a South-Tirolean version of ravioli, filled with meat or spinach, served with brown butter and parmesan cheese). Definitely worth a try!