'Tutres' with 'furtaies' for dessert, or a hearty barley soup, followed by steaming 'Schlutzkrapfen' ravioli? There's a lot to be said about Ladin cuisine.
This good, honest fare goes back a long way, to the tradition of making dishes out of a small selection of ingredients that required cooks to use their imagination. In addition, Ladin cuisine combines all the tastiest elements of the various cultures that merge together in South Tyrol:
You'll find hearty Tyrolean dishes, well known Italian specialities and traditional Ladin delicacies, sophisticated award-winning cuisine and simple fare in a tasty and perfect symbiosis on the menu.
Inns and restaurants in San Vigilio and San Martin enjoy international recognition thanks to their animated passion for good cooking and authenticity. By the way, 'tutres' are pancakes filled with sauerkraut or spinach and fried in oil, while 'furtaies', also known as 'Strauben', are funnel cakes in the form of strings of dough coiled up and fried.