From starred chefs and traditional cuisine
South Tyrolean’s culinary tradition meets the Mediterranean cuisine in the starred restaurants, ordinary restaurants and inns of Brixen/Bressanone and its surrounding holiday villages. The result is an ample culinary offer of the best what both cuisines can offer.
Typical South Tyrolean specialties as Schlutzkrapfen, Knödel and apple strudel are on all menus, as of course, typical Italian dishes.
The range of restaurants and inns is as diverse as the culinary offer. Starred restaurants and high level restaurants for sophisticating gourmets, plain inns, recommendable pizzerias and, that’s where the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco is the number one of the region, the traditional rural wine restaurants as also cozy cafeterias and bars. It doesn’t matter what you choose: the typical South Tyrolean hospitality is included anywhere.
Those who exclusively love the local and typical South Tyrolean cuisine will make a find in the typical rural wine restaurants. That’s where peasant hospitality meets the traditional South Tyrolean dishes in the unique parlors. It would be a real shame for who has never eaten in one of the wine restaurants! A hint for all those who appreciate local products from the farmers: there are farmer’s markets in the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco, amongst all, the market of Brixen/Bressanone, which takes place each Saturday morning.
Those who connect indulgence with the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco will be inevitably confronted with white wines of the Eisacktal/Valle Isarco. These wines are for sure the ambassador of indulgence of the valley. Award-winning, noble wines are cultivated, thanks to the ideal microclimate, in the vineyard round Brixen/Bressanone and Klausen/Chiusa – especially Müller Thurgau, Kerner, Pinot Blanc, Sylvaner, Chardonnay, Sauvignon and Güner Veltliner.