During the cattle drive season the inn keepers from Hopfgarten Salvenberg offer traditional Tyrolean specialities.
No matter whether breakfast, afternoon snack or lunch - the landlords of the mountain inns on the Hohe Salve are well known for their exquisite cooking. At this time of the year, however, they offer their guests exceptional traditional delicacies and special treats from the Tyrolean cuisine.
The team of Gasthof Tenn serves original Brixental "Brodakrapfen" (fried pastry) daily from 9 – 11 a.m. (closed Mondays and Tuesdays though) and on Sundays crispy pork roast with dumplings and kraut.
At Gasthaus Rigi, ” Blattl mit Kraut” (fried pastry with sauerkraut) and dumpling variations are being served on Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday while on Sunday Toni and Erika will treat you to local deer specialities and pork roast. Closed Wednesdays and Thursdays.
On top of the mountain, at Gasthaus Gipfelalm, you can revel in dishes prepared after Grandma’s recipes. Look forward to culinary treats such as Erdäpfelblattl (fried potato turnover) on Monday, Erbsensuppe (sweet pea soup) on Tuesday, "Ziachkiachl" (fried pastry) with cranberries on Wednesday, pasta with chanterelles on Thursday, dumplings with broth on Friday, cheese spaetzle with cheese from the alpine dairy Engalm on Saturday and venison goulash with dumplings on Sunday.
The mountain innkeepers are looking forward to your visit!