Trentino tradition
and genuine ingredients

Mediterranean flavors and fine taste combine in our typical local dishes.
We have been recommended to the Michelin Guide thanks to our attention
in choosing quality products that give value to our land, the particular care
and passion we take on setting up everything for our guests.

Our chefs work hard every day to serve you the best tasty, healthy and fresh products, such as fresh pasta and home baked bread, making the ingredient the “true protagonist” of our cuisine.

Hotel Alpino Varena - Cuisine

Authentic flavors

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A local butcher’s laboratory and shop just opposite
our hotel where they take care of good product
choosing, meat processing and quality control.

Our local cheese sorts

Trentingrana, Nostrano Cavalese, Fontal and Caprino
are made of local milk, where the tradition of Summer
mountain pasture can guarantee genuine products and

The “birra di Fiemme” local beer

This beer is made by a local brewery and is an unpasteurized
beer without any preservatives, made following traditional
ancient process and our mountains pure local water.

Our local honey

Made by a local rural peasants with more
than 170 beehives over our valley.

Apples from Val di Non

It grown by the farmers of the valley in accordance
with traditional rules and since 2003 approved as a product
with Protected Designation of Origin.

Freccia verso sinistra Freccia verso destra

In the kitchen we use herbs and flowers for the creation of the dishes, enriching them of color and perfume, in the respect of nature and the quality of the products that we select.

Hotel Alpino Varena - Cuisine

Our cellar

The important quality wine tradition from Trentino
(which has the widest DOC area in Italy -guarantee of origin and quality of a wine),
helps us to match our dishes with a high quality selection of local wines,
that still are produced using traditional production processes.