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Restaurants in South Tyrol

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South Tyrol is the northernmost region of Italy. It is bordered by Austria and flanked on all sides by the Alps giving its culture – and its cuisine – a distinctly alpine flavour, with over half of the population speaking Austrian German as their first language. South Tyrol is known particularly for producing superb wine, in addition to the unique blend of the alpine and Italian found in its regional dishes: canederli alla Tirolese (an Italian version of traditional boiled dumplings or knödel), strudel with apples from the region’s numerous orchards and Speck Alto Adige (a form of juniper smoked prosciutto with PGI status). South Tyrol has, for a long time, held the most Michelin stars of any region in Italy making it a wonderful foodie destination to visit – enjoy rustic, alpine-influenced fare by day and exquisite Michelin star dining by night.

This collection aims to highlight some of the best restaurants in South Tyrol. St. Hubertus, the restaurant of an exclusive mountain retreat headed up by Norbert Niederkofler, serves up menus inspired by ingredients from the surrounding mountains, adding a formidable two Michelin stars to the region's already impressive total.

Restaurants in South Tyrol on Great Italian Chefs

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