Discover Restaurants offering the best European food in Tirol, Austrian Alps, Austria. Once known as The Land of the Mountains, the 10,000-square-mile province of Tirol is a wonderland of gushing rivers, lush meadows and rugged peaks. Fantastic hiking trails wind along paths through the Zillertal Alps. Famed resort towns confetti the mountainsides, including Kitzbühel, St. Anton, Ischgl and Seefeld, site of some events in the 1964 and 1976 Winter Games. Compact capital Innsbruck is a medieval gem. The Tirolean identity is strong: Expect to see lederhosen and feathered hats.
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4 based on 183 reviews
We are on Holiday, we will open for the Winter season on the 14th of December, see you soon! Thanks everyone for visiting us :-)
A great place in the village for good food and a laid back atmosphere. Aimed at those who prefer to enjoy a conversation with their apres ski, and a proper restaurant meal.If eating later it is advisable to book a table although they can sometimes find a table if you are prepared to wait.Try the Hexe Love, it's the biggest pork chop I've ever seen!BTW, multiple languages spoken and catered for...
4 based on 574 reviews
Wonderful lunch in the sun just above the Hohe Mut mid-station.Huge variety of food (both traditional or otherwise - the ribs were great!) and drinks at reasonable prices. Staff were friendly and efficient. A great place to relax and spend an afternoon out in the sun if warm, or tucked up inside at a cosy booth when the snow sets in. Thoroughly recommended.
5 based on 160 reviews
Das Marktrestaurant has a Michelinstar for one year now. Owner Andreas and his wife Nancy no how to spoil their guests with great food and beautiful wines. The restaurant which is open for lunch and dinner is located in the lovely small village of Mittenwald, close to the border of Austria. That's why a lot of people, from example Seefeld, take a 15 min. drive to have a unique dinner. The price/quality is superb!!! Please open a second restaurant on our Markt in Amsterdam!!!!
5 based on 271 reviews
Nice restaurant, excellent food, very good price! You will find it on the road to the Galtur ski resort, exiting Galtur, on the right side of the road. Very helpful and nice staff, and the food, uhhhh...right away cooked. The garlic cream soup, delicious!!! And the local pancakes with apple jam, a must!! Congrats to the owners, we will definitely come back!
5 based on 132 reviews
The best natural products, perfect storage and fine herbs that accentuate the natural taste â our dishes are an expression of the national and regional culture. This is the motto of our a la carte restaurant ESSBAR. Seasonal opening. Our ESSBAR OPENS from
Great food, lovely staff, small intimate restaurant. Fantastic for fish lovers like us. Highly recommended.
5 based on 121 reviews
While we enjoyed eating at traditional restaurants in Mayrhofen, for a vegetarian especially, Goldkind was such a delight. Modern cuisine with fresh ingredients - just delightful. We came here more than once. The burgers were fab, coffee and cakes also amazing. Had we been staying longer we would undoubtedly have returned again. Friendly service. Highly recommended.
5 based on 126 reviews
The Gebhard restaurant is a welcome variation to the usual Austrian restaurants. The service is excellent. The food is well prepared and served with care. Not the 'usual' food but well balanced tasteful dishes prepared with fresh materials. The menu is somewhat restricted with 2 appetizers and 2 soups and a couple of main dishes. There is more variation in the desserts. They are equally nice. They carry a nice selection of wines with great suggestions to match the food, also for wine by the glass. Cost is 70 to 75 euro per person for 3 courses with drinks. Reservations are needed as the have less capacity when the hotel is full.
5 based on 197 reviews
Having booked ahead of time (recommend) based solely on TA reviews, I felt reasonably confident that this would be good. First off the building and setting has a genuine traditional appearance, and a stunning vista. Good start.Staff were very friendly, and welcoming offering up genuine good natured banter (it's a word get over it).The food was very good, in terms of taste it was spot on. Everything was tasting like a better version of the food you are used to in your life of consuming mass produced produce. Not only this but all the dishes were prepared very well. I would happily give this place 5/6 based on food alone. With all the other bits it's easily 6/6.Worth the little trip up the winding mountain road.Dear TravelHero85!Thank you very much.All the bestFamily Geisler
5 based on 131 reviews
Lovely owner kept the restaurant open for us on a Sunday night, we had a delicious meal. The quantities are HUGE, so come hungry! An interesting feature is the caramelised fruit they serve with savoury dishes. Nice choice of Austrian wines (mostly Burgenland). Freshly prepared pancake for dessert. We plan to come back during daytime to be able to enjoy the view even better.
4 based on 582 reviews
Arrived in Innsbruck late afternoon, half an hour of shopping, walking through town, in the cold with the kids, looked at Tripadvisor, found Da Rocca and âBoomâ: fantastic food, low key, friendly, family type service, nice wine (and beer), kids happy......85 Eur. Best value restaurant in the world!!!!
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