Last time I checked (which is now), Molina was officially in the South Tyrol/Trentino region, creating a hope (because of the “South Tyrol” part) that a restaurant in it had to serve a Brettljause of a sort, while the establishments just a few kilometers away did not. Still, this far south, the dish starts to look much less like a Marende (which is probably a good thing) and more like a nice local starter.
La Passeggiata is located at the end of the breathtakingly beautiful “Ponale” hiking trail from Riva del Garda to the Lake Ledro. Unfortunately, the second half of the path is seriously less exciting than the first one, and by the time one reaches La Passeggiata, one is more tired and fed up with climbing than is really impressed by the scenery. The restaurant is quite touristic and is not even located on the lakeshore, so don’t expect much in terms of the views.
Don’t expect much in terms of a Brettljause either. There is not much to eat here, just some good Speck and salami, some boringly tasteless cheese and a very good Lardo, which is like Speck but with no meat, just fat. This unfortunate lack of food is somehow improved by moderately creative pickles, but then again dulled by over-grilled white bread.
Consider this a pure starter and then move one to more serious stuff, like a pizza. Or just turn around and go back to Riva – the Lake Ledro is not worth your time anyway.