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Cuisine and indulgence in St. Johann, Oberndorf, Kirchdorf and Erpfendorf

'Eating and drinking keep body and soul in union.' In the scores of restaurants, lodges and alpine inns, you often find exceptional, traditional dishes. The cuisine of the Kitzbühel Alps is tasty and to many different tastes. It ranges from the local Tyrolean dishes, such as Kaiserschmarrn (Emperor's pancakes), Gröstl (seasoned pan-fried meat and potatoes) and Backhendl (chicken schnitzel), as far as sophisticated national and international dishes. The clarity of the water, the pristine natural setting and ingenious chefs make the area positively gourmet territory!

STJ - Cuisine and indulgence

Alpine restaurants and snack bars

Alpine restaurants and snack bars

Savour a hearty snack at one of the multitude of alpine pastures and lodges in the Kitzbühel Alps.

Alpine restaurants and snack bars

Restaurants and taverns

Restaurants and taverns

Diversify your dining experience - you can do just that in the Kitzbühel Alps in its multitude of taverns.

Restaurants and taverns

Food counters

Food counters

A light snack between meals or on the go. Plenty of food counters are just waiting for you.

Food counters

Cafés and ice cream parlours

Cafés and ice cream parlours

The numerous cafés in the Kitzbühel Alps invite you in for an espresso, a 'Großer Brauner' (double espresso with cream served separately), or an Oma's Häferl (grandma's big milky coffee served in a traditional Austrian mug). Treat yourself to a coffee break.

Cafés and ice cream parlours

Culinary arts of the Kitzbühel Alps

The Austrian cuisine encompassing Wiener schnitzels and Germknödel is famous the world over. The Tyroleans too have many a hearty treat to serve up, like Gröstl (seasoned pan-fried meat and potatoes) or Kasspatzln (Tyrolean cheesy pasta). The Kitzbühel Alps are a veritable treasure chest of dishes from the region and beyond - simple and austere one the one hand, full-bodied and extravagant on the other.

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