Typical to the Alps, the St. Anton dining scene namely exists in hotels. While there may not be an overwhelming amount of restaurant options, rest-assured what does exist offers exceptional quality.
For fine Tyrolean dining, Postkeller restaurant, in Hotel Post, Restaurant Maximillan, the Museum Restaurant and Hotel Schwarzer Adler Restaurants are our top picks. Just be prepared to spend and arm and a leg. If you’re craving more exotic tastes, Skiing Buddha’s Thai fare will delight. Large groups and families should give well-rated Bodega’s tapas menu as a go, as it offers a nice change-up from local, Austrian cuisine.
St. Anton and its sister resorts, Lech and Zurs, are a favorite among the world’s rich and famous, so every opportunity for leisure is fully exploited. The St. Anton après-ski restaurants offer skiers and snowboarders unforgettable experience, from sun-basked patio lunches of traditional European or Tyrolean dishes to tastings at wine cellars to several choice on-mountain restaurants serving incredible burgers and great Austrian beer. If you’re in the Galzig area in the afternoon head to the Ulmer Hutte for more casual food and drinks, or Verwallstube for an upscale, high-Alpine meal. The Rendl cafeteria-style restaurant serves up some enjoyable Asian cuisine.
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