Liechtenstein is a paradise for foodies. From the traditional "Käsknöpfle" to international delicacies and gourmet meals comprising many courses, the range of food and drink on offer is as diverse as the country itself. Among those to have enjoyed the pleasure of dining in Liechtenstein was Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
Gault Millau restaurant with an eagle's nest, a temple of fine dining bearing the modest name "Landgasthof" ("Country Inn"), a nostalgic guesthouse with impressive wooden beams and picturesque vineyards the Principality of Liechtenstein may be small in size, but the range of food and drink available is anything but limited. Visitors from around the world can sample anything from traditional specialties to exclusive haute cuisine.
What would a fine meal be without the right wine? Liechtenstein is home to a number of vineyards producing excellent wines. These include not only the famous Prince of Liechtenstein Winery but also many smaller vineyards from Eschnerberg and Schaan to Vaduz, Triesen and the rolling hills around Gutenberg Castle. Those who prefer beer should definitely try one of the local brews from the "Liechtensteiner Brauhaus" and "Prinzenbräu" microbreweries.
For many decades, the mixture used by the Biedermann family at the Wirthschaft zum Löwen restaurant in Hinterschellenberg has been considered particularly successful and tasty. Read more about Käsknöpfle from Wirthschaft zum Löwen
Liechtenstein has a long and successful winemaking tradition. Learn more