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Slow Food Award

There are 246 establishments that have received the prestigious recognition in this 35th edition.

Slow food as a statement. However, the followers of the “Slow Food” movement are not (only) concerned with chewing every bite thoroughly. Rather, they see themselves as conscious epicures and responsible consumers who are also committed to sustainable food production.


– Snail 2023

– Special prize for the best interpretation of regional cuisine 2022

Guide Michelin Green Star

“If you are looking for traditional South Tyrolean dishes, this is one of the best addresses! Wooden rooms softened by romantic touches, service in traditional costume and a menu that lists the best products of this wonderful northern land. South Tyrol in the round for the wine list too!”

-Bib Gourmand


-Bib Gourmand since 2017

-Green Star since 2022

Le guide dell’espresso​​

– 1 hat since 2022


“The wood-panelled rooms are cosy, the efficient staff serve in traditional dress. Traditional and fresh is also the motto, there’s houmous with mountain basil, blackberry risotto, braised beef with Jerusalem artichoke puree and delicious apricot dumplings.”



-88 points

-2 forks

Gault & Millau

“The small hamlet of Runggen lies at the entrance to the Gadertal valley. But the large streams of tourists do not stop here. Therefore, only connoisseurs and regulars stop at the cosy Hofschenke.”

-Gault & Millau


– One toque