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Restaurants in Berchtesgaden

Recently re-opened under new management, Skytop is a hidden gem on the Obersalzberg mountainside. Offering traditional Bavarian dishes with a modern twist, delicious seasonal specialities, sumptuous steaks and more! All set against the stunning backdrop of the mountains, and a beautiful view out across the alpine golf course.

Historical link: Skytop is located in the former Third Reich Manor Farm building established under the leadership and  control of Martin Bormann; Hitler’s right hand man during the development of the Obersalzberg compound.

Located up on the mountainside a short drive away from the Eagle's Nest bus departure point, Hochlenzer offers simple traditional Bavarian dishes in a cosy atmosphere. Also boasting a stunning outdoor terrace with plenty of seating and panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and the Berchtesgaden valley below.

Historical link: Hochlenzer was formerly one of Hitler’s favourite restaurants on the Obersalzberg. He would often walk there to enjoy a meal during the 1930s. 

Conveniently located directly at the main train & bus station in Berchtesgaden, Watz offers Bavarian specialities as well as delicious dishes from around the world. Watz have created an authentic pub atmosphere combined with great food, and a large selection of beers, spirits, and cocktails.

Historical link: Formerly Hitler’s train station, built between 1937 and 1940, Watz is located in the former VIP and private Third Reich leaders’ section of the building immersed in the architecture of the time.

This very traditional alpine guest house offers a delightfully authentic Bavarian experience. A lovely cosy interior decorated in the traditional local style provides a wonderfully homely feel, as well as a stunning outdoor terrace with incredible views, surrounded by nature. Fantastic food with both Bavarian staple dishes as well as fresh seasonal specialities.

Historical link: Another of Hitler’s personal favourites. The small Stube/Parlour, was formerly named after Hitler’s mentor Dietrich Eckart, who was referred to as the “spiritual father of Nazism”. 

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