Restaurant

Every evening our guests will be spoiled with the finest South Tyrolean and Italian-Mediterranean cuisine in the former Court and Residence Parlours: seasonal gourmet menus featuring several courses with exclusive appetizers, crispy salads, fresh fruit and local cheese specialties. An opulent buffet awaits you for breakfast, and from 3-5 pm there’s Sonnenburg cakes and South Tyrolean snacks. Highlight for all with a sweet tooth is the dessert buffet on Saturday evening
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In former times, on Sundays and holidays guests were invited to join the abbess at her table, and they all ate royally. Today enjoy upholding this hospitable tradition.

In former times, on Sundays and holidays guests were invited to join the abbess at her table, and they all ate royally. Today enjoy upholding this hospitable tradition.

Several ‘good drops’ of wine are stored in the historic Sonnenburg wine cellar. There is choice for any palate and suitable for a rustic barbeque in the summery courtyard as well as an exclusive fish buffet. In the winter, once a week we invite our guests into the historic wine cellar and savour “amuse-bouche” in the castle kitchen. Salute!

Several ‘good drops’ of wine are stored in the historic Sonnenburg wine cellar. There is choice for any palate and suitable for a rustic barbeque in the summery courtyard as well as an exclusive fish buffet. In the winter, once a week we invite our guests into the historic wine cellar and savour “amuse-bouche” in the castle kitchen. Salute!

In addition to the harvesting procession through the castle’s own kitchen garden every morning, the arable land register from the year 1296 provides valuable assistance in the search for the “right” raw material suppliers. Almost 500 former Sonnenburg manors – ranging from the rear Antholz Valley to the South Tyrolean lowlands – are listed. So we can offer our guests wine, cheese, cereal and bacon, all produced by farmsteads which also enhanced the bill of fare during the abbey era!

In addition to the harvesting procession through the castle’s own kitchen garden every morning, the arable land register from the year 1296 provides valuable assistance in the search for the “right” raw material suppliers. Almost 500 former Sonnenburg manors – ranging from the rear Antholz Valley to the South Tyrolean lowlands – are listed. So we can offer our guests wine, cheese, cereal and bacon, all produced by farmsteads which also enhanced the bill of fare during the abbey era!

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