Situated at over 1 100m above sea level, this stylish restaurant successfully bridges the gap between history and modernity. Enjoy dishes such as cream of chanterelle mushroom soup with sour cream chives and toasted brown bread and boeuf bourguignon from Black Forest wagyu beef in the cosy dining rooms. Die Halde likes to use regional produce and they even hunt their own game.
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