With its high quality and range, in Silandro/Schlanders
and its satellite villages of Corzes/Kortsch
food culture takes center stage. In this area, South Tyrolean platters are influenced by traditional Venosta Valley cuisine which, combined with the freshness and full-flavours of local produce, result in a surprisingly novel cuisine.
The range of food and dining options in and around Silandro is wide and includes tearooms, ice cream parlours, bakeries, bistros, traditional inns, wine bars and even organic restaurants. Pizzerias with wood-fired ovens and refined upmarket restaurants alike, aren’t a rarity. And that’s besides the mountain refuges and huts up on the high pastures where traditional cuisine takes pride of place. Annual food events include summer gastronomic evenings that animate the pedestrian streets
in Silandro and the so-called Apple Days
in early September.
When it comes to food culture in Silandro and surroundings, one can safely say that there’s no lack of choice. And thanks to our online restaurant guide
you’ll be able to make the right decisions during your stay.