With Martin Sieberer in charge of pots and pans, the Trofana Royal boasts Tyrol’s most decorated chef. Since 1996, he has been seducing guests in Ischgl with his award-winning creations. In 2005, he was awarded a prestigious Michelin star for his light, yet satisfying cuisine. Inspired ideas, combined with a distinctive awareness for quality, a focus on regional traditions with new interpretations, as well as the clever interaction of conventional and innovative cooking methods are the recipe for his success.
Just 28 years old, Martin Sieberer was appointed chef at the "Trofana Royal" in 1996. Two years later, he received his first two toques and the title "Newcomer of the Year" from Gault Millau. In 1999, Sieberer obtained his third Gault Millau toque and in 2000, he was appointed "Austrian Chef of the Year". In 2005, the only year that Michelin has been awarding in Austria, Sieberer received one Michelin star. In the same year, he was appointed "Lufthansa Star Chef" and pampered business and first class passengers on long-haul flights with his creations. In 2016, Martin Sieberer received two additional toques from Gault Millau for his restaurant "Heimatbühne". During his career, he published several cookbooks. Furthermore, people can learn from the master himself at the Royal Summer Cooking Academy at Hotel Trofana Royal.