Culinary highlights at the Hotel Goldene Rose
The historic trade town of Brunico has always been a centre for intellectual life, cultural and culinary diversity in Tyrol. Regional cuisine is strongly influenced by the Italian, Ladin and Tyrolean food cultures of Central Europe, which over time have fused together.
Some of the most famous South Tyrolean specialities such as Schlutzkrapfen (potato ravioli with ricotta and spinach), Tirtlan (fried bread with a delicious filling) or Strauben (sweet pancakes) traditionally hail from Val Pusteria.
Today they belong to the gastronomic culture of the city along with delicious starters, pasta, dumplings, sweets and other sophisticated dishes.
This culinary tradition is also followed at the Hotel Goldene Rose. As a historic hotel, guests will find an elegant ambiance and rich style, with a buffet breakfast full of varied but balanced culinary delights.
The famous traditional specialities of Val Pusteria can be tasted in the evening in one of the many exceptional local restaurants in Brunico, as the Hotel Goldene Rose has no restaurant.