Visit our bright, welcoming restaurant and enjoy traditional Ladin dishes, expertly paired with the best local wines and the most famous Italian labels.

Our oldest local dishes were created in farmhouse kitchens where farmers’ wives had to come up with tasty meals using just a couple of “poor” ingredients.

Our house specialities feature locally produced cereals, legumes and vegetables such as barley, rye, oats, wheat, peas, beans, turnips and potatoes, which are grown because they are able to withstand the freezing winter temperatures. Then we have fruit such as apples, plums and small fruit which grow in abundance in the woods - blackcurrants, strawberries, raspberries and blueberries.
No local dish would be complete without the food produced by our locally reared animals: from our famous speck to the many different types of cheese, eggs, milk and butter.

Panicia, Föies da Soni, Furtaies and Schüttelbrot are just some of the specialties which are prepared today just as they were in the past, with wholesome ingredients and the produce of our land.
Try out our recipes and enjoy the flavours and aromas of our dishes in the comfort of your own home.



The FÖIES DA SONI are potato sheet, a classic of the Ladin cusine

Ingredients for 4 persons:

  • 600 g floury potatoes
  • 2 egg yolks
  • 50 g melted butter
  • 200 g flour
  • 1 tablespoon of anise or cumin
  • salt
  • oil to fry


Peel the potatoes, cut into cubes and cook in boiling salted water. When potatoes are cooked, pass them with a potato masher and let them cool.

After the potatoes have cooled, add egg yolks, melted butter, flour, spices and a pinch of salt, then work the dough until you get a homogeneous mass.

Roll out the dough with a rolling pin into a sheet of ca. 5 mm and cut out the potato sheets in the preferred form, usually rectangular or round, the size of a palm, and let them rest on a towel.

Fry the potato sheets in hot oil turning them occasionally until the color gets golden brown.

Place them on paper towels to absorb excess oil.

Potato sheets are usually served with cooked sauerkraut, or alternatively with cranberry jam.
The PANICIA is a Ladin barley soup

Ingredienti per 4 persone:

  • 100 g barley
  • 1,75 lt water
  • one small onion
  • one carrot
  • half leek
  • one small celery stalk
  • 200 g smoked pork loin
  • one potato
  • salt


Dice onion, carrot, leek and celery. Cook the diced vegetables with a little oil for some minutes. Wash the barley in cold water, add to the pan and add the water.

Add the smoked meat and boil it all slowly for two hours.

About 20 minutes before end of cooking add the diced potatoes and continue cooking.

Remove the meat, cut it into small pieces and put it back into the soup.

Add salt to taste.
The FURTAIES are the traditional spiral sweet Tyrolean fritters

Ingredients for 4 persons:

  • 200 g flour type 00
  • 2 glasses of milk
  • 2 tablesoons melted butter
  • 1 shot glass of grappa
  • 2 eggs
  • pinch of salt
  • oil to fry
  • creanberry jam


Salt the warmed milk, add the flour and melted butter, stirring carefully.

Divide the yolks from the whites. Add the egg yolks and the grappa to the milk, let stand and then stir in the whipped egg whites.

Using a funnel, pour the mixture in hot oil designing a spiral until the furtaia reaches the diameter of a plate, and fry on both sides turning with a slotted spoon until it is golden brown. Pass the furtaia on kitchen paper to remove excess oil.

Serve the Furtaia sprinkled with powdered sugar and with cranberry sauce or other jam to taste.
The SCHÜTTELBROT is a crunchy Tyrolean rye flatbread

Ingredients for 5 loaves:

Starter dough:
  • 100 g rye flour
  • 100 ml water at 30°C
  • 2,5 g yeast
  • 250 g rye flour
  • 150 g wheat flour
  • 450 ml water at 40°C
  • 10 g yeast
  • 10 g salt
  • 2,5 g fennel seeds
  • 2,5 g cumin seeds


Prepare the starter dough by dissolving the yeast in warm water, add the flour, mix well and let stand 1 hour at ca. 30°C.

Work the starter dough and the remaining ingredients until the dough results not too soft. Place it in a bowl and let stand covered with a cloth for 15-20 minutes in a warm place. Sprinkle the dough with rye flour and form 5 flatbreads ca. 5 mm thick which can then be places on a baking tray covered with baking paper. After another 30-40 minutes of rest, bake in a preheated oven (in static mode) at 230°C for ca. 30 min. After cooking, preserve the flatbreads in a ventilated place to dry them and make them crunchy.

Enjoy Schüttelbrot with Tyrolean Speck and smoked sausage, mountain cheese, pickles and horseradish.
Performance Weeks - 3 nights
3 nights / half board FOR 2 people
FROM 28/05/2020 TO 20/09/2020
starting from € 337,00 per person


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Room: 4.7/5

Cleanliness: 4.8/5

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