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Mountain restaurants in St Anton

Skiing is hard work, the perfect excuse to have a nice big lunch on the mountain and experience some amazing cuisine.

Austrian mountain food has evolved to combat the effect of the altitude and the cold. Good, solid fare like dumplings, sausages and soups, hot and hearty enough to heat you through. The main repertoire centers around different combinations of staple ingredients – bacon, potato and cabbage, however with an open mind things can become more interesting!

Arlberghohe - St Christoph

Offers an extensive menu with excellent quality food, the service can be a bit hit and miss but it has a great atmosphere. It has a large sun terrace but tends to get very busy in good weather so get there early to be sure of getting somewhere outside. The restaurant is located at the bottom of the Blue 8 run from Galzig to St Christoph.

Telephone: +43 5446 2635

Balmalp - Zugerberg, Lech

Champagne and pizza bar with stunning panoramic views. Giant pizzas are made to order, proportional to the number of people eating. Great sun trap.

Telephone: +43 5583 6764

Bifang Alm - Red 1, Rendl

Cozy restaurant serving typical Austrian dishes and playing traditional Tyrolean music. They have a small sun terrace that gets quite busy on a sunny day. They don’t have a children’s menu but they will make something up for you. Open on a Thursday and Friday evening serving fondue and meats cooked on a hot stone.

Telephone: +43 5446 30238

Griabli - Blue 1, Rendl

Fun place for lunch, serving a mixture of traditional and international cuisine in front of an open fire, or on the sun terrace.

Telephone: +43 5446 3673

Hospiz Alm

Original, rustic and stylish, the Hospiz Alm serves authentic Tyrolean food with warm hospitality. They have an incredible wine cellar with a slide which was once used for wine transportation but now takes you to the toilets! For lunch try the enormous plate of spare ribs or the cheese spätzle.

Telephone: +43 5446 3625

Hotel Post

There is not a great selection of restaurants in Stuben, but the Hotel Post is definitely the best. The menu includes a good choice of well presented Austrian dishes. The hotel’s wine cellar is well stocked with a good selection of mostly Austrian wines.

Telephone: +43 5582 761

Kapall

Rustic traditional restaurant with stunning panoramic views at 2330m.

Telephone: +43 5446 2352 532

Rendl

The Rendl restaurant offers a wide variety of meals stir-frys to burgers, grilled specialities to salads. The restaurant has two large areas – the interior with its amazing glass front and a large sun terrace. Each area seats over 400 people.

Telephone: +43 5446 2352 550

Rodel-Alm

A Tyrolean restaurant perched above the Nasserein nursery slopes, serving traditional food as well as burgers and baguettes in cozy surroundings. Try the famous Schweinshaxe (pork knuckle), but don’t expect to do much skiing after if you’ve had a whole one to yourself!

Telephone: +43 676 48 6000

Rud Alpe

Great lunch spot with large sun terrace, wonderful food and friendly staff. Perfect on a sunny day to sit outside or by the roaring fire when cold outside. Serves traditional Austrian cuisine.

Telephone: +43 5583 41825

Verwallstube

Popular a la carte restaurant serving fantastic food with dishes such as lobster ravioli and baked monkfish. Great place for non-skiers to enjoy the stunning views of the mountain.

Telephone: +43 5446 2352 501

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