Best Austrian restaurants nearby. Discover the best Austrian food in Innsbruck. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Austrian restaurants near you.. Coveted by empires and republics throughout its history, Innsbruck was the seat of the imperial court of Maximilian I by the end of the 15th century. Trams make getting around the city quick, efficient and cheap. Explore the Tyrolean capital's history at Archduke Ferdinand II's 10th-century Schloss Ambras, the Tyrolean Folk Art Museum, the grand 15th-century Imperial Palace and Maximilian I's famous Golden Roof. One of Europe's most idyllic cities, Innsbruck is nestled in the heart of the Alps.
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4 based on 206 reviews
Our Innsbruck hotel is on the Old Town main drag and there was an energetic but noisy Shopping Evening party all around us. We were looking for a quiet refuge. We found that and much more here. This restaurant "des femmes" provided a refined retreat with wonderful food and drink, curated by a helpful Welsh waiter. All four of us chose four-course fixed menus. Instead of vitello with tuna sauce, they had a Gorgonzola sauce. A delicate halibut course was followed by chicken breast stuffed with pistachios. The vanilla infused cherry tomatoes were a distinctive accompaniment. Wonderful service supporting our waiter. Numerous libations complemented the food. We left very happy indeed.
4 based on 373 reviews
I would recommend FischerhÃ¤usl for an amazing food! We ordered Chefssalad and Schlutzkrapfen and were glad with our choice! Schlutzkrapfen is big ravioli filled with spinach and cheese (greed ones with cheese and white ones with spinach to be more colorful). Chefssalad consists of defferent green leaves, girgonzolla, apples, wallnuts and cranberries. Our waitress Melanie could have been a bit friendlier... A table can be booked online.
4 based on 373 reviews
This little place was a great find. Very rustic, wooden and small with a cosy warm atmosphere. The sandwiches for the children were delicious and the platter of cured meats delicious and plentiful. The staff were all exceptionally pleasant and helpful. Affordable prices; sandwiches at â¬5 a piece and platter â¬15 pp. We popped by again for a second visit and bought speck to bring back home. Highly recommended!
5 based on 68 reviews
Creative cuisine in a 7-course menu. Vegetarisch oder mit Fisch- und Fleischgang. Vegetarian or with fish and meat course. Innovative dishes and exciting wines in a cozy family atmosphere: Oniriq - casual fine dining in 7 courses.
Cosy little place, very hidden but a shimmering star in town. Nice couple, cook with worldwide experience. You can take a 5 or 7 courses menu, after it you feel light like a feather...not greasy, not heavy- just fun! Best quality, we can heartily recommend!Isabella and Andreas
4 based on 315 reviews
As is typical of a Tyrolean inn, the chef here serves only the very best from Tyrol and the rest of Austria. Variety and regional products are a priority for us. The ingredients largely come from the surrounding area - whether Tyrolean dumplings or Vienne
It's a huge restaurant with a lot of tables in different separated rooms and outside seating, too. Mostly they serve local dish.The staff was very attentive and fulfilled all our special requests.The food was very good and delivered very quick; but fresh cooked!We were so satisfied, that we'd come back the very next day!!We do highly recommend this restaurant !
5 based on 49 reviews
We arrived at our hotel in the early evening after the Orient Express ride from Venice. The receptionist suggested a new restaurant a few doors down that had opened the week before - she had eaten there and enjoyed what she ordered so, it was close and convenient of we went. Early days for a new restaurant - to be honest we werenât over optimistic but soon sheâd led in to the warm, friendly environment. It was very pleasant and although the menu was in German we managed with the help of the locals at the next table and the owners who were so enthusiastic that our expectations increased. There was nothing that we were served that we didnât enjoy. Presentation was fabulous, the flavours were fabulous. All the food was imaginative, freshly cooked and tasty. We rarely have three courses but such was the menu that we just had to try the third course (desserts). We enjoyed the experience so much that we returned on our final night to eat and say thank you to the two owners. We all reall y do hope that they make a success of this project and that we will return to the wonderful city of Innsbruck in the near future. Hopefully the locals will support Essen and Kulter going forward. Many thanks and all the best for the future. Barry, Gwen, Sue and Francis.
4 based on 222 reviews
The Stiegl-BrÃ¤u in Innsbruck has reopened on 16 November with a brand new menu! We are currently working diligently on the new website, where you can then find out all the information about food, events and more.
Friendly staff. Great beer. Great prices. Lovely outdoor seating in a great location. Can't recommend enough.Dear Chris,thank you for your positive Feedback at TripAdvisor! Hopefully we can welcome you back again someday and enable your future visit just as or even more enjoyable. Best regardsYour Stiegl-BrÃ¤u Team
4 based on 490 reviews
We had a fun meal on a busy Friday night, listening to a youth orchestra and watching the world go by. Service was very quick despite the crowd. Food was solid and reasonably priced for this busy location. For us, the pleasure was being able to sit and eat in the middle of the action.Dear guests,thank you for your visit to the Altstadtbeisl and the positive Feedback at TripAdvisor.We are glad to read, that you have enjoyed your meals and our Service. I will gladly share your comments with the entire Team.We hope to see you again.Kind regards from InnsbruckYour Altstadtbeisl Team
4 based on 286 reviews
We visited this restaurant because it was close to our hotel and open late. The reviews looked good so it seemed like an excellent choice. The service was extremely fast by European standards, which we appreciated. This is an extremely fine dining establishment and priced accordingly. Dinner cost more than our hotel room most nights on this trip.The food was perfectly prepared and delicious. The timing of service could not have been better. We had salads, trout, and gnocchi. With a bottle of white Austrian wine and two bottles of water, it was over 100â¬ before tip. I thought it was worth it. I think that says it all.
4 based on 780 reviews
die Wilderin offers modern and yet traditional alpine cuisine. All produce used is sourced directly at local farmers and producers in adherence with seasonal offerings - only what is available at any given moment in time will find its way into die Wilderi
We wanted to have dinner in a place that used local produce but was a little bit different to more traditional restaurants. Die Wilderin fit the bill. Lovely atmosphere. Great combination of a modern wine bar and restaurant. Warm, friendly service. Simple but excellent food that is good value for the quality on offer. A waiter who took time to translate the short but complex menu from German. Outside I heard a tourist saying âIâm not paying THAT price for a burger when we could go to MacDonaldsâ. Well can I say he missed out. Die Wilderin knows how to take an ordinary dish and make it special.
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