Michelin starred restaurant St. Hubertus
The domain of legendary Chef Norbert Niederkofler and his team, Restaurant St. Hubertus has earned three Michelin stars celebrating Niederkofler’s ‘Cook the Mountain’ philosophy. Only local and seasonal ingredients are used in regional dishes that reflect the beauty and vivid character of the mountains. Named for the patron saint of hunting, the restaurant opened in 1996 – at that time just a tiny space within the hotel’s pizzeria. After being awarded a Michelin star 2000, the restaurant replaced the pizzeria with today’s look: Eight tables grace the elegant dining room. A second Michelin star followed in 2007, and a third in 2018.
In 2020 the restaurant was one of 13 out of the 371 starred restaurants in the Michelin guide to be awarded with its newest distinction, a green ‘star’, symbolised by a leaf. This has been introduced to recognise sustainable gastronomy and distinguish restaurants that are taking responsibility in the conservation of resources and the protection of biodiversity, as well as in reduced consumption of non-renewable energy.
The restaurant is open for dinner every evening from 6.30pm, except Monday and Tuesday.
On three selected Sundays in July, there is a special Lunch service at the Pizzinini Family’s private Mountain hut, ‘St. Hubertus Unplugged’.
For reservations: St. Hubertus reservation