Historical and culinary treasures.
The Saalerwirt is one of the oldest inns in South Tyrol. The well-preserved original "Stuben" form a traditional backdrop to our high quality, natural cuisine. It is not just our passion for good, healthy food, but...
In our rural culture, we still eat largely according to the cycles of nature. What ripens naturally produces balanced nutritional values and an outstanding taste that can best be developed in the kitchen. We also use numerous organic ingredients from our own controlled production. Enjoy the taste of fresh garden vegetables, aromatic herbs and freshly picked fruit. Notice the difference with the mushrooms from our forests, pastry dishes prepared with our own free-range eggs, meat from our own farm ... Come and rediscover natural dishes with us that will satisfy yet not overfill. Try a little of everything!
The culinary team is headed in person by your host, Hans Tauber: for him it is a matter of importance that both South Tyrolean and Mediterranean dishes always feature on the menu. At the Saalerwirt, therefore, we first and foremost use produce from our own farm, vegetables and herbs from our garden, and eggs and meat from our farm animals. Much of our fare (jams, compotes, cakes...) we produce ourselves, and we make a point of preferring regional and organic products in our kitchen. We will also be pleased to serve the dishes from our restaurant menu for lunch. Our seasonal dishes always have something special to offer according to the season.
This was once a busy thoroughfare with the only road up the Val Badia running directly past the inn. Nowadays you can enjoy peace and quiet in a romantic setting, which is why the Saalerwirt is also a special tip for family gatherings and intimate wedding parties.
Meals are served in the old pine-panelled "Stuben", on the light and airy veranda, or in the Summer on the sun terrace:
lunchtimes from 12 to 2 pm
dinnertimes from 6 to 8.30 pm
In the afternoon why not enjoy our homemade cakes with a cappuccino or a fragrant herbal tea; or perhaps even a delicious South Tyrolean “marende” (snack lunch) served with a glass of fine wine...
Closed Tuesdays until 5pm & Wednesday until 5pm