The way to a guest’s heart is through their stomach

If there is one thing we know like the back of our hands, that is hospitality: a firm and friendly handshake, a spontaneous smile, a fresh bouquet of flowers and, more than anything else, a dish prepared to perfection. We have always tried to satisfy our guests by believing in genuine Ladin dishes and a cuisine which loves and reinterprets South Tyrolean and Italian recipes. Some of our dishes have become guests’ favourites: we dare not remove them from the menu! Take the Tasces, our cheese and mountain butter raviolis with red berries; or our Grestl, roast potatoes, pork tenderloin, fried onions and cabbage. We like our heads right where they are now, thank you very much: firmly attached to our shoulders.

Our cuisine is a reflection of the location we live in. It is down to earth but packs quite a punch, hearty meals that will win you over. A constant research for mountain delicacies we like to serve without fuss: simple yet tasty.



Group menus can be prepared upon request. A wedding banquet can also be arranged, delectable meals for family and friends.



Opening hours restaurant:

from mid-June to the end of September:
daily 12 am – 2 pm and 7 pm – 9 pm

from the end of September to the beginning of December*:
Mon – Fri: 12 am – 2 pm

from the beginning of December to the end of March:
daily 12 am – 2 pm and 7 pm – 9 pm

from the end of March to the mid-June*:
Mon – Fri: 12 am – 2 pm

* During those periods the restaurant is closed for holidays for four weeks (exact period is not yet defined)






As sweet as sweet can be

A feast for the eyes, mouth-watering treats: Manuela gives her very best every day to create different sweets. Her never-ending work constantly surprises guests due to her creativity, passion, and originality. And let us not even get started about her sweet buffets and stunning cakes for wedding receptions.



Na bona boza…

‘Na buna boza’ is the cure for many an ailment: a good bottle of wine is all you need at times. We hunt down, study, and try South Tyrolean wines – how could we ignore them, considering the plentiful bounty the local vineyards offer us? – but also varieties from other Italian and international regions. Recommending a wine to guests makes our day, and we are more than happy to take our most curious guests to the wine cellar, taken care by the dedicated and loving hands of Philipp.






If you want to give a present or take one – or more! – bottles back home, take a look at the wines on our menu for ¾ of the price of the retail price. Vives!