The old town of Lasa/Lasa, the satellite villages of Cengles/Tschengls and Oris/Eyrs as well as the mountain hamlets of Alliz/Allitz and Tanas are situated in an area rich in marble. Food culture plays a major role in the local traditions, based on the authenticity and freshness of produce sourced from the region.

In Lasa and its surroundings, food culture is variously expressed in its various cafés, ice cream parlours and pastry shops as well as local bistros, rural inns, pizzerias with wood-burning ovens, traditional restaurants and mountain shelters. Among the most popular gastronomic events in Lasa and the surrounding areas are the Marble and Apricots Festival in August and the Sauerkraut Fair, straddling October and November.

Thanks to our online restaurant guide to Lasa and its environs, you’ll be sure to satisfy your gastronomic preferences.