Martin Sieberer is one of Austria's most decorated chefs. Since 1996, he has been seducing guests in Ischgl with his award-winning creations. In 1998, he garned 3 toques from Gault Millau, in 2001 he was awarded "Austrian's cook of the year" and in 2005, he received a prestigious Michelin star for his 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.
- 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".
- since 2019 there are 4 toques of Gault Millau in the "Paznaunerstube" and 3 toques in the "Heimatbühne".
- In 2020, he is named again "Austria's Top Chef of the Year" by Schlemmeratlas.