A typical South Tyrolean dish on which a customer is intent on cutting up meat, served with canederli and wurstel. A traditional dish of Bolzano food and wine, with meat and sausage dishes accompanied by a glass of red wine.A couple of customers on the terrace of a restaurant in Bolzano sipping a glass of wine.Groups of customers eating in a traditional restaurant in Bolzano are about to see a small show organised by the restaurant owners.The hand of a waiter holding two typical Bolzano dishes of meat and vegetables.



South Tyrolean cuisine is a mix of flavours in which Mediterranean ingredients are perfectly combined with Tyrolean ones. On the menus of Bolzano's restaurants, you will find Alpine dishes such as canederli (dumplings), Schlutzkrapfen, venison goulash, pork loin with sauerkraut and brook fish alongside typically Italian delicacies such as bruschetta and cold cuts, fresh homemade pasta and desserts from Strudel to Kaiserschmarren and chocolate, cream or ricotta cakes. And of course, there is no shortage of local wines and craft beers to match.

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