Trentino restaurants that have been awarded the coveted star by the Michelin Guide
Nestling in vineyards, heated by the warmth of an old stube (tiled stove) or extending over an area in the Dolomites, a World Heritage Site, united by their special focus on the quality of raw materials and local products. These are the Michelin-starred restaurants of Trentino which, according to the Michelin Guide 2023, can boast “superior quality cuisine that makes it worth stopping at”.
Restaurants in which culinary art is extolled, thanks to the personality of the chefs who narrate the Trentino and make themselves known by creating delicate masterpieces that gratify and satisfy the palate. Impressive locations, sublime dishes paired with excellent wines, while relishing the mountain scents. An experience to be lived with all your senses.
Locanda Margon, Ravina di Trento
Tucked away in the vineyards, it is a reference point for those who love Michelin-starred cuisine and superb sparkling wines. Here you can enjoy the precious riserva wines of the Cantine Ferrari winery, which are a perfect match for the award-winning cuisine of chef Edoardo Fumagalli. High quality, light cuisine with an innovative twist, very close to Trento.
Senso Alfio Ghezzi at MART, Rovereto
A Michelin-starred restaurant with a prestigious location inside the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MART). Beneath a dome designed by the renowned architect Mario Botta himself, chef Alfio Ghezzi brings his creations to life in a setting where the culinary arts meet the arts of painting, sculpture and design.
Peter Brunel Ristorante Gourmet, Arco
Art, poetry and fine dining come together in this elegant gourmet restaurant, just a short distance from Lake Garda. In this intimate and elegant setting, the poetry of Gabriele D’Annunzio combine with the art of Fortunato Depero, the design of Bruno Munari and the cooking of chef Peter Brunel, evoking a sense of story-telling and distant places.
Ristorante Il Gallo Cedrone, Madonna di Campiglio
“An invitation to a culinary experience in the heart of the mountains”: this is how the Michelin guide describes the award-winning cuisine of the Gallo Cedrone, the country style restaurant of the Hotel Bertelli, in Madonna di Campiglio. An experience focused on fresh ingredients and aromas from the surrounding territory, which in the skilful hands of chef Sabino Fortunato are combined with strong Mediterranean flavours.
Stube Hermitage, Madonna di Campiglio
In summer, you can eat on the lovely terrace overlooking the Dolomites, while in winter a warm early twentieth-century stube greets you, surrounded by awe-inspiring natural scenery, in the Bio Hotel Hermitage. Here you can enjoy the cuisine of the Michelin-starred chef Giovanni D'Alitta, whose Mediterranean tradition fuses with international creativity.
Malga Panna, Moena
This Val di Fassa restaurant is the first restaurant in Trentino Alto Adige to be awarded a Michelin star. Its chef, Paul Donei, won the coveted Michelin star in 1993, when he was only 19 years old, becoming the youngest starred chef in Italy. The spotlight of his cuisine is Trentino and it is closely linked to the territory.
El Molin, Cavalese
In 1990, chef Alessandro Gilmozzi transformed an old Val di Fiemme mill into a restaurant serving fine-dining cuisine which refashions Trentino culinary traditions, also by using unusual ingredients, such as lichens. A celebration of the mountains, which delights the palate. This year he has doubled the number of awards, adding the “Michelin Green Star 2023” for his creations that are not only worthy of the Michelin star, but are also completely environmentally sustainable.
Agritur El Mas
In Val di Fassa, the young family chef Stefano Croce has earned the “Michelin Green Star” for gastronomy and sustainability. Everything is sustainable here: from the green building to the supply chain of raw ingredients and the commitment to environmental education. Stable, dairy, on-site meat processing, vegetable garden and educational farm. The genuine cuisine has been able to reinterpret the Ladin tradition.