Secret tips from Innsbruck's foodies

Eat like the locals

With around 132,000 inhabitants, Innsbruck is quite compact. However the great range of culinary delights gives both locals and visitors the feeling that they are in a metropolis.


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    Die Wilderin

    "Love and Happiness" - this is the motto for 2018 behind the restaurant in the centre of Innsbruck. Anyone who likes authentic Tyrolean cuisine with a twist will be more than happy in the Wilderin.

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    At Haepinest, guests immediately feel at home. The coffee is some of the best in the whole of Innsbruck, the food is especially lovingly prepared and you would like to have the decor in your own four walls.

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    Ludwig on Museumsstraße proves that burger does not necessarily have to be heartless fast food. Meat, buns and co. are all from Tyrolean companies and taste so wickedly good that Ludwig has meanwhile also expanded to Salzburg.

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    Machete - Burrito Kartell

    More than 9000 kilometres separate Mexico from Innsbruck - a distance that suddenly does not feel so remote when you spend an evening in the Machete - Burrito Kartell with a burrito in one hand and a cocktail in the other.

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    Restaurant Olive Wiltener Platz‘l

    The hipsters of Innsbrooklyn can be found all over the district of Wilten. One of the hotspots is the restaurant Olive, which conjures up cutting edge vegetarian and vegan food  - and so well that even meat lovers are happy to do without their schnitzel every now and then.

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