Food & drink

It’s easy to get hungry and thirsty from the dust, excitement and adventure in the Wild West. At High Chaparral there’s something for every hungry and thirsty Indian, cowboy and cowgirl. Do you have special dietary needs? Most of our restaurants have both gluten-free and lactose-free options such as vegetarian dishes.

Diligensen Restaurant

Food & drink - Diligensen High Chaparral’s main restaurant has many flavors of the Wild West on its à la carte menu. It is likely that Diligensen also has one of Sweden’s most unique interiors with heavy timber beams, furs, jewels and ambient music. We serve lunch year-round, Christmas buffet and a seasonal à la carte menu during the summer.

Opening hours for lunch:
Monday-Friday 11.30am – 2.30pm off season
Monday–Sunday 11.30am – 4.00pm when the park is open

Opening hours for à la carte:
Daily 5:00pm – 10:00pm when the park is open
N.B. 4:00pm – 8:00pm Sunday May 27, June 3, June 10, August 19, August 26 and September 2

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A la carte menu Diligensen (GB)

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Kate's Palace

Food & drink - Kate's palace

Even Cowboys need a snack. Whether you’re a hungry cowboy or just need some coffee and something sweet, the whole family can rest up and enjoy a tasty cowboys stew or snacks like baguettes, toast or ain cool saloon style. Perhaps you want to try your luck at a game of poker after eating?

 

Opening Hours: 10 am to 6 pm – daily when the park is open

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Kristina’s Farm

Food & drink - Kristinastugan Feel the history of the emigrants exciting life while enjoying freshly griddled waffles with whipped cream and strawberry jam with a cup of coffee or tea. High Chaparral founder Bengt was very interested in settlers who emigrated to America. It is an important part of how the Wild West was formed and naturally, this part of history should be represented at High Chaparral. Kristina’s Farm is the block house that was built for the film version of Vilhelm Moberg’s book “The Emigrants”. Here you are only a stone’s throw from the Wild West Arena, the paddle steamer, Natchez, the stagecoach and train station. Where does the adventure take you next?

Opening Hours: 10 am to 6 pm – High season and Weekends when the park is open

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Mamma Dalton’s Pang-cake House

 

Mamma Dalton

Mamma Dalton whips both the pancake batter and her rascally sons into shape. Here you can find the best pang-cakes in the Wild West. Choose from American or the usual style with jam and whipped cream. There are, of course, gluten and lactose-free pang-cakes available.
Mamma Dalton’s Pang-cake House is the perfect hangout for resting up before the long trip into the Wild West where you’ll see bandits, cowboys and horses at every turn. From the terrace are nice views of the settlers’ houses, pony rides and Buffalo City. You can even line dance with Mamma Dalton each and every afternoon.

Opening Hours: 10 am to 6 pm – daily when the park is open

 

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Restaurante La Cantina

mexican-cantina16-9Taste a bit of Mexico with dishes such as tacos, wraps and chili con carne. All dishes are available in child or adult servings. Sit in the cool indoors or outside on the veranda overlooking the square and show site. Let Mexican beer wash down the dust from the ride, sit back and enjoy the show from the front row. This is the place to pull down your hat over your eyes and enjoy a siesta.

Opening Hours: 11 am to 5 pm – daily when the park is open

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Old Dave's hamburgers

Food & drink - Old Dave's HamburgersLooking for a quick and tasty meal? Stop at Old Dave’s Hamburgers and order a 1400s delicacy. Here you can quickly and easily get a Hamburg Steak or hamburger as we call them today.

Opening Hours: 10 am to 6 pm – daily when the park is open

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Pizzeria Manolito

Food & drink - ManolitoFreshly baked pizza washed down with a cold beer or soft drink is among the tastiest there is on a hot summer day. Although this is a new invention in the Wild West, many hungry bandits and cowboys realized that the flat edible plate hits the spot. Manolito serves pizza, kebabs, salads and baked potatoes. There are children’s pizzas for those with a little less space in their tummies. Please come in and test the infamously tastiest pizzas of the Wild West.

Opening Hours:
11.30 am – 22 pm daily when the park is open
11.30 am – 22 pm Friday May 25, June 1, June and June 8
11.30 am – 20 pm Sunday May 27, June 3, June 10, August 19, August 26 and September 2

Pizzeria Manolito Meny (GB)

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River City First Saloon

This is a place for everyone – families, outlaws and law abiding citizens alike – to enjoy a tasty fish dish, have a coffee or the popular Restaurant River City Meal with meatballs or sausage with mashed potatoes.
Sit indoors or outdoors on a cool terrace.

River City is just next to Hudson Bay Square, across from the Western Arena and next to the Steam Boat Harbor. Everyone, from dusty cowboys and grumpy fur traders to the dogged residents of Indian Island, travels through. But never fear! Everyone gets along thanks to Madame Whitman who runs the square and restaurant with an iron hand and a Winchester rifle.

Opening Hours: 11 am to 5:30 pm – daily when the park is open.

River City First Saloon Menu

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Cheyenne Saloon

Food & drink - Cheyenne

Everything gets hotter when the sun goes down. What would the Wild West be without a saloon? At Cheyenne you can get something hot or cold to drink. It’s entirely up to you.

Opening Hours:
5 pm – 23 pm daily when the park is open (we are closing the kitchen at 10 pm)
Closed Sunday May 27, June 3, June 10, August 19, August 26 and September 2

Menu Saloon Cheyenne

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