The Best St Anton Restaurants
Posted by George Biffen
Last updated on April 4th, 2018 at 01:40 pm
Looking for the Best St Anton Restaurants this season?
We know how important refuelling is on a ski holiday and St Anton does not disappoint on the gastronomy front; enjoy our best St Anton restaurants recommendations.
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.
We have taken the time to list a selection of 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.
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Hotel Schwarzer Adler
+43 5446 22440
This boutique and luxurious hotel is a great choice for a more upmarket dinner.
This alpine-style hotel located in the centre of St Anton has a lavish restaurant which anyone can dine at and it gets rave reviews.
Its extensive wine list contains wines from Austria and across the world all matched to the traditional Austrian culinary delights whipped up by the chef.
This is a slightly pricey option.
The Skiing Buddha
+43 5446 26252
This funky restaurant offers a great selection of authentic Thai food at very reasonable prices.
With a starter of spring rolls only €5.90 and it also offers the option of taking away there’s lots of variety here.
It’s found inside the Arl Rock Climbing centre opposite the train station but don’t let this put you off, its vibrant atmosphere and sumptuous food will definitely make up for it.
+43 5446 42600
This restaurant somehow manages to successfully pull off being an American steakhouse in an Austrian ski resort.
It also serves as a sports bar serving succulent steaks and a wide array of beers.
The leather interiors give a comfy feel and its location in the basement of Anthony’s Hotel on the main high street makes it a popular choice.
+43 5446 2475
A grand old building, built in 1912 and hidden away in a wooded area just off the blue Galzig run this gourmet restaurant is full of charm.
Serving as a museum in the day and a candlelit restaurant at night this unique venue attracts plenty of attention so pre-booking is a must.
With an oak-panelled hunting parlour, library and fireplace lounge there are lots of secluded corners to tuck yourselves away in. The Museum is only a few minutes walking distances from the Chalet Olivia and Maroi.
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