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Culinary Specialities

Foodies will adore Vorarlberg's Bergkäse cheese, Styria's Weissburgunder wines and pumpkin-seed oil. Pop into Vienna's Grand Cacao for arty pralines and pistachio-filled Mozartkugeln. Warm up with hearty Austrian fare like spicy goulash in the Alps. Tuck into Wiener Schnitzel with potato salad, washed down with gold-hued Stiegl beer. And don't forget to save room for fluffy apple strudel or chocolatey Sacher Torte.

Food & Beverages

Restaurant Anna Sacher © Hotel Sacher Wien Restaurant Anna Sacher © Hotel Sacher Wien

Upscale dining experiences

Looking for an upscale dining experience? We have compiled a list of restaurants, that will enhance you travel experience. This list is in no way complete since there are so many of them throughout Austria.
Get a list of unforgettable Austrian restaurants
Kaffeehaus Café-Restaurant im Kunsthistorischen Museum © WienTourismus/Peter Rigaud Kaffeehaus Café-Restaurant im Kunsthistorischen Museum © WienTourismus/Peter Rigaud

Kaffeehaus culture

The Viennese say they looted sacks of coffee beans after the Turks withdrew following a failed siege in 1683. But it was a spy on the payroll of the Royal Court who gave the city its real taste for coffee: born in Istanbul, he founded Vienna’s first Kaffeehaus in 1685.
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Stiegl Brauwelt © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH Stiegl Brauwelt © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH

Austrian Beer - Cheers!

A good beer has only four ingredients: water, grain, a little hops and yeast - the rest depends on the brewer’s skill. (And in Austria, we've got plenty!)
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Weingut Hillinger © Michael Sazel Weingut Hillinger © Michael Sazel

Austria's Wine Regions

Austria’s vibrant wine scene has earned a worldwide reputation for quality and innovation and is the destination for those seeking energy, culture, and charm. The miracle of Austria is that all of its wine regions are incredibly easy to visit. In fact, once you step off the plane in Vienna, you have already arrived in one of the world’s most unique wine regions.
Learn more about Austria's wine regions
Original Salzburger Mozartkugeln © Café Konditorei Fürst Original Salzburger Mozartkugeln © Café Konditorei Fürst

Edible Souvenirs

After you have returned back home you can still enjoy the tastes of Austria: Styrian pumpkinseed oil, Zotter chocolate, Manner Schnitten hazelnut wafers and the famous Mozart chocolate balls are all popular culinary souvenirs.
Bring home these Austrian treats
Salzburger Nockerl © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH Salzburger Nockerl © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH

Salzburger Nockerl

This light and fluffy dessert may remind some people of Salzburg’s snow capped-mountains - but it is definitely a real treat for gourmets. Legend has it that the famous Salzburg prince archbishop of Raitenau loved his mistress Salome mainly because of her exquisite Salzburger Nockerl.
Salzburger Nockerl Recipe
Heuriger in Grinzing © Österreich Werbung / Diejun Heuriger in Grinzing © Österreich Werbung / Diejun

Austrian Wine 101

Five years ago if one were to proclaim, “I sure do love Austrian wine!” the response would have been blank stares or, “Indeed. I really like their Shiraz.” Nowadays, when one expresses enthusiasm for Austrian wine, the likely response is, “I love Grüner Veltliner,” or “I’ve had fantastic Austrian dessert wine."
Learn more about Austrian wine
Hangar-7 in Salzburg © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH Hangar-7 in Salzburg © Tourismus Salzburg GmbH

Hangar7 - an arts & culinary temple

Located right at the Salzburg Airport, Hangar-7 is one Europe’s most fascinating places. Stunning architecture, historic aircraft, fast cars, innovative art and world-class cuisine will keep you busy for many hours.
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Tafeln im Weinberg Falkenstein © Österreich Werbung / Peter Burgstaller Tafeln im Weinberg Falkenstein © Österreich Werbung / Peter Burgstaller

Pure Indulgence

A number of regions have got together in Austria to create themed routes that invite you to explore rural history with gastronomic delights all along the way.
Wining, dining and culture
Naschmarkt, Wien © Österreich Werbung/Peter Burgstaller Naschmarkt, Wien © Österreich Werbung/Peter Burgstaller

Indian Restaurants

Where you can enjoy Indian cuisine in Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck. Its easy to be on your own with our authentic Indian restaurants. You will love the restaurants quality Indian cuisine available in Austria ... Enjoy!
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