If you are travelling through Austria, then you have to taste all the regional food. Traditional apple strudel in a coffee house is a must. Furthermore: meat dumplings in a Tyrolean tavern or boiled beef in the heart of Vienna.
Austrian cuisine is hearty, very meaty and incredibly tasty. We will take you to the best restaurants and inns in the country. In Linz, Graz, Salzburg, Vienna, Kitzbühel and Innsbruck. To down-to-earth innkeepers and creative young chefs who interpret traditional cuisine in a new way.
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Classical Austrian cuisine in Vienna
Cheers to old Viennese cuisine! With boiled beef, goulash, pancakes and lights. And best of all: served in a cosy tavern atmosphere! We take a look at the top restaurants with traditional Austrian cuisine in Vienna.
Traditional inns, restaurants and wine taverns in Vienna
Top tips for Viennese cuisine
Salzburg: the best traditional restaurants
Cheese dumplings in a rustic inn, fluffy Salzburger Nockerl (a sweet soufflé) in the noble Stiftskeller, regional specialities at the Schrannenmarkt. Salzburg has a lot to offer when it comes to traditional Austrian cuisine.
Austrian cuisine in Salzburg
Traditional restaurants, cafés and farmers’ markets in Salzburg
Styrian specialities: top restaurants in Graz
Styria is the shooting star amongst Austria's regions of culinary pleasures. Pumpkin seed oil, splendid wines, runner bean salad, spicy Styrian cheese - the list of typical specialities is endless. Where is the best place to taste them? In the restaurants and inns of the capital Graz!
The best restaurants for traditional cuisine in Graz
Steirer, Laufke, Schmankerlstube – traditional restaurants in Graz
Linz: Austrian Kitchen, traditional and creative
You have to eat a piece of Linzer cake in a cult coffee house. Linz also has a surprising variety of young, innovative chefs who reinterpret traditional Austrian home cooking.
Classical dishes and creative cooks: Austrian cuisine in Linz
Traditional Austrian dining in Linz
Original Tyrolean cuisine in Innsbruck and Kitzbühel
It has to be hearty. With lots of Tyrolean grey cheese and bacon. With full-bodied soups and dumplings in all variations. Tyrolean cuisine tastes best in its most original form. That’s why we are going to Innsbruck and Kitzbühel and to four restaurants which you definitely have to visit when you are on holiday in Tyrol.
The best restaurants with good Tyrolean traditional fare in Kitzbühel and Innsbruck
The “best of” Austrian cuisine in Tyrol