Enjoyment in Kitzbühel

The best restaurants, cafés and delicatesen

Fieberbrunn, Innsbruck

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    Resterhöhe

    Fluffy “Kaiserschmarrn” instead of Chi Chi cuisine. A young and friendly team, plus a breath-taking view of the mountains. We are talking about the Resterhöhe, which "modernly interprets" 150 years of alpine hut tradition. One plus point: you don't have to be a skier or hiking fan to get up there. Anyone can travel quickly and very comfortably up to the hut in the 6-seater chairlift!

    ©Adrian Vogel
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    Franz Coffee & Lifestyle Shop

    Franz is the Tyrolean equivalent of London's East End.  A "Coffee & Lifestyle Shop", where you can buy sportswear and sneakers as well as the best bagels in the region. Old tables, creaking chairs, relaxing coffee breaks at the front of the window - here you can easily spend a day. WIFI and electricity are also available!

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    Schwedenkapelle

    In the Schwedenkapelle (“Swedish Chapel”) Peter Moser serves barley soup, veal goulash, fillet of trout and apricot pancakes. In short: really good Tyrolean home cooking which not only tourists but above all the locals are deeply in love with. Here it is casual, not in the least formal. Guests sit in a cosy restaurant area and fine wine from the Kamptal or from the vineyard in the south Burgenland is served. A top spot for a pleasurable evening!

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    Plangger

    Hay milk cheese, farmer's bread, salami from Tyrolean grey cattle. If you want to take Kitzbühel specialities home with you, you can buy them at Plangger. The sausage section (game, herb bacon, veal, truffled salami) is remarkable. Local mustards, oils, schnapps and wines fill the remaining shelves. If you don't want to buy anything, but want to treat yourself on the spot: Alpine tapas and a glass of red wine await you in the pleasure lounge!

    ©Martin Klotz
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    ecKing

    The ecKing in the district of the same name used to be a hut for ski schools. Today nobody changes their ski boots anymore. Instead, Monika Niederstrasser offers alpine herbal tea and potato soup from a wooden menu. In summer you can sit outside, almost directly on the large meadow in front of the door. In the winter, it is so cosy in the wooden parlour that it is easy to stay a few hours. Best of all with apricot strudel on your plate!

    ©ecKing

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