Enjoyment destinations in Austria: enjoy tasting from west to east
A pleasure trip is always something nice. In Austria you can experience a lot of culinary delights. Because high-quality and affordable food with regional delicacies are a basic requirement for Austrian companies. Come on a journey of discovery with a colorful range of delights.
A board snack is one of the best delicacies in Austria. (Photo by: tepic /Depositphotos.com)
Vorarlberg and Tyrol: epicurean fun before and after the Arlberg Pass
The typical Tyrolean Gröstl and the legendary Vorarlberg cheese spaetzle - in addition to all the numerous delicacies of the West - the most legendary delicacies are the Tyrolean bacon and the Vorarlberg cheese. In addition to the gourmet hosts recommended by the gourmet magazine Falstaff, the Gasthof Zugspitze in Leutasch and the Walserstuba of the Alpahotel in Riezlern, the gourmet will be delighted by a delightful journey of discovery along the Bregenz Forest cheese street: in the Hotel Restaurant Wälderhof in Lingenau, fresh, regional ingredients harmonize perfectly with fresh, creative ones Ideas.
Salzburg and Upper Austria: Much more than Salzburg Nockerl
A colorful palette of diverse types of fruit, vegetables and herbs make Upper Austria a delicacy garden in Austria, whose delicacies irresistibly complement the Salzburg game, lamb, beef and cheese recipes. The Falstaff recommendations are: in Feldkirchen bei Mattighofen and the Gasthof Bürglhöh in Bischofshofen. Imperial delicacies await you on a culinary foray through the Salzkammergut: typical fish dishes from the lake area at Wirt am Gries in St. Gilgen and pastries from the Hofzuckerbäcker Zauner in Bad Ischl.
Carinthia and Styria: taste pleasure in the south
Game, lamb and beef taste like green forests and lush alpine pastures in the southern federal states, Carinthian pasta, "Kas" and bacon are as unmistakable delicacies as the apples, the beetle beans and the pumpkin seed oil from Styria. According to Falstaff, a visit to the Styrian Unterbergla in the Landhaus Oswald is worthwhile. In the Kärtner St. Veit an der Glan, the Gelter tavern scores with special delicacies - from "Topf'n Reinkalan" to the "Farrischen Schwammalan".
With tradition and enjoyment, you can always enjoy taste in Austria. (Photo by: Kzenon / Depositphoto.com)
Lower Austria: four quarters - many special features
In Lower Austria's Mostviertel region - nomen est omen - specialties of cider pears, the Marchfeld wine region, the “granary of Austria”, invite colorful vegetables and fine asparagus. The Waldviertel bewitch with specialties from potatoes and poppy seeds and the freshly caught residents of numerous fish ponds. The temptations of the industrial district range from beef and pork from the Schneeberg region to the delicacies of the thermal line, the "Burgundy of Austria". Falstaff recommends the Genusswirt s'Pfandl on the main square in Tulln, our Lower Austrian gourmet tip: Residenz Wachau!
Burgenland: Enjoyment in the land of the rising sun
The Pannonian cuisine in the east of Austria is influenced by the influences of Hungarians, Croats, Serbs, Slovaks and Heanzen. The Burgenland cooking tradition combines multicultural recipes with regional products. The Neusiedlersee fish and the Pannonian Mangalitzaschwein as well as the moor oxen of the Zickentaler Ochsenkessel promise the highest domestic enjoyment. As a recommendation by the Austrian wine and gourmet journal Falstaff, the Kittssee inn Leban and in the south Wachter-Wiesler's ratchets apply - as a special tip the Burgenland wine taverns and wine taverns should not go unmentioned.
Vienna: "Mr. Ober, pay!" Coffee house culture between Landtmann and Hawelka
The kuk monarchy lives on in Vienna with golatschen, pancakes and strudel. The prototype of the classic Viennese coffee house: the Cafe Westend in Mariahilferstrasse. Goulash, liver cheese, schnitzel and boiled fillet tell you about the pleasure of meat, potato salad, fries and semolina dumplings are indispensable - and best enjoyed in one of the traditional Viennese bars. The Strebersdorferhof in Floridsdorf is recommended by Falstaff, where solid Viennese kitchen craftsmanship meets clever international ideas.