One valley, six Michelin Stars
Norbert Niederkofler confirmed his third star
Alta Badia, a small valley in the very heart of the Dolomite UNESCO World Heritage Site, has once again been recognised by the leading restaurant guides and has in addition raised its status as the jewel of Italian gastronomy. Our valley occupies a mere 15 square kilometres, but from 2017 it can boast a grand total of six brightly shining Michelin Stars.
During the presentation of the Michelin Guide 2019 on November 16, Norbert Niederkofler from the St. Hubertus restaurant in Hotel Rosa Alpina confirmed his third Michelin star. Matteo Metullio from the La Siriola restaurant in Hotel Ciasa Salares confirmed his second star, whilst chef Nicola Laera got one star for the La Stüa de Michil restaurant in Hotel La Perla.
High standard gastronomy is one of the key elements of Alta Badia's tourist offer. Many gastronomic awards, such as the Michelin stars, are cause for great pride and are the well-deserved reward for dedication and commitment.
The award-winning chefs and restaurateurs have been over the years a role model for many young local gastronomes and chefs, and have inspired them for fine dining.
Make Alta Badia your holiday destination, and you will experience culinary experiences, internationally recognized whether you choose to eat at your hotel, at a restaurant or at a mountain hut.