Great St Anton Mountain Restaurants
We know how important refuelling is on a ski holiday and St Anton mountain restaurants do not disappoint on the gastronomy front.
St Anton isn’t all about the skiing they have some fantastic restaurants serving a variety of dishes; from traditional Savoyard classics through pizzas, there is something to suit most tastes.
These remarkable restaurants range from the affordable to the exceedingly expensive!
We have taken the time to list all the restaurants both on and off the mountain that we think are worth paying a visit, many of which we have had the pleasure of eating in.
+43 5446 3625
The Arlberg Hospiz is a hotel found in the little town of St Christophe in Arlberg 1800.
Located here is the lovely and hugely popular Hospiz Alm restaurant.
With its expansive sun terrace which fills every day with those taking a break from the slopes and its large tables indoors for those wishing to have a rowdier lunch around a large fire, it’s the perfect combination of traditional Austrian charm and excellent alpine cuisine.
Not to mention there’s a slide down to the wine cellar and bathrooms so there can’t be any accidents with people falling over in ski boots!
We recommend the Tiroler Grostl, their warming goulash soup.
+43 5446 2352550
The Rendl restaurant is a great choice for those who love to catch some rays on their breaks!
With its very own beach (which has its own Beach Bar & menu outside) it’s the perfect spot to take a break and watch the world go by.
The restaurant itself is a bright, airy and open plan, with the open kitchen so you can see all the local produced being created.
It’s a great choice for children, with delicious burgers and grilled meats. Its traditional ceramic ovens contrasted with its contemporary glass and wooden interiors make it cosy and welcoming yet sleek.
Also one of the best self-service restaurants in St Anton am Arlberg ski area.
Alber’s Rodelalm and Robi’s Rodelstall
+43 676 886486200
The Rodelalm and Rodelstall is a truly unique experience.
This toboggan hut and barn are old converted mountain huts.
There are ample atmosphere and rustic charm.
Found at the bottom of the toboggan run, the Alm is open from 11 am until the Alber family take a toboggan home! Usually around 5.30pm.
The stall then opens for dinner at 6 pm. Lunch at the Alm is great sat on the sunny terrace and the Stall is most popular on Tuesdays and Thursdays when there’s the option of nighttime tobogganing!
+43 5446 2352501
This award-winning restaurant is a favourite, even winning two prestigious toque awards.
Set over 2,000m above sea level and serving a candlelit, with a nighttime gondola ride on the Galzigbahn and live piano music every Thursday this is a restaurant for a special occasion.
Set in the mountains as its backdrop and enjoying the ambience under the stars this truly is a magical experience.
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