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    • Discover Austria’s Highest-Rated Restaurant Scene

      Culinary Salzburg

    The province of Salzburg has the highest concentration of award-winning gourmet restaurants in Austria. This is no coincidence: Salzburg’s stock of fresh-water fish and quality meats provides the best ingredients for culinary adventures. Salzburgians are demanding of their favorite eateries and celebrate great food as an integral part of their local culture.

    To make life easier for curious explorers, the region connects its best restaurants with culinary pathways dubbed the “Via Culinaria.” Nine themed trails are geared towards “Fish Fans, Gourmets, Cheese Freaks, Meat Eaters, and Schnaps Aficionados.” Below you’ll find some of the Via Culinaria’s most popular haunts.

    Restaurants in SalzburgerLand

     

    For Gourmets: Obauer

    Brothers Obauer have been cooking at the forefront of Austria’s culinary scene for decades. They’re known for pioneering “New Austrian Cuisine” and continue to make strides in combining traditional local ingredients with modern technique. The restaurant in Werfen excels in serving innovative food and provides top service by dedicated staff who help turn your meal into a special occasion.

    Email: ok@obauer.com
    Phone: +43 6468/5212-0
     

    For Gourmets: Döllerer

    Döllerer’s Genusswelt in Golling is a veritable world of culinary pleasures with a restaurant, an enoteca, a delicatessen, and a gourmet hotel. Andreas Döllerer made “Alpine Cuisine” his trademark and sources his ingredients almost exclusively from Golling’s immediate surroundings. The chef’s prix fixe menus are described as “culinary hikes” and include specialties like brown trout flambé and veal sweetbread. 

    Email: office@doellerer.at
    Phone: +43 6244/4220-0


    For Fish Fans: Schloss Fuschl

    The restaurant at Schloss Fuschl is one of the most picturesque places to eat in all of Austria. Situated above lake Fuschl, the 15th century castle offers sweeping views over clear-blue water and tree-covered mountains. Sit back on the restaurant’s terrace and enjoy delectable fish from Schloss Fuschl’s own fishery, which also smokes char over fragrant beechwood. Die-hard Meat eaters can opt for the tender Tafelspitz or classic Wiener Schnitzel.

    Email: info@schlossfuschl.com
    Phone: +43 6229/2253-0


    For Meat Lovers: Restaurant Winterstellgut

    This property, owned by Red Bull boss Didi Mateschitz, rests on a plateau at 1,000 metres (3,280 feet) above sea level with spectacular views. The restaurant is the heart of the property and features rustic parlours with tiled stoves that provide a dignified cosiness. The guest garden, the Bauerngartl, the in-house distillery, and the bread bakery complete this perfect culinary oasis!

     Email: willkommen@winterstellgut.at

    Phone: +43 6463 60078-0

    Restaurants in Salzburg


    For the Sweet Tooth: Konditorei Fürst

    Few Austrian desserts are as internationally famous and beloved as the Mozartkugel, a chocolate-covered praline of pistachio and smooth nougat. The Mozartkugel — or Mozart Ball — was invented in 1890 by Salzburg native Paul Fürst who named it after his city’s most famous son. Fürst’s creation outlived him and the pastry chef’s descendants still run his chocolate shops in Salzburg’s old town. Trying their hand-made Mozartkugel is a must on any Austria trip. 

    Email: cafe@fuerst.cc
    Phone: +43 662/843759-0
     

    For Beer Aficionados: Stiegl Brauwelt

    Stiegl is the biggest private brewery in Austria. And in fact, Brauwelt in Salzburg is one of the city’s biggest culinary magnets for visitors! Here, beer lovers have countless opportunities to discover the world of beer with all of their senses: including the Brau Cinema, the brewhouse, and dining facilities with a definite “hoppy” flavour. No matter if at the rustic beer hall, the beer garden or at the fine dining room - traditional Austrian cooking is prepared to the highest standards.

    Phone: +43 50 1492-1492

     

    For Gourmets: Restaurant IKARUS

    The imaginative minds of Red Bull (a Salzburgian company) overhauled an old airplane hangar at Salzburg airport in 2003. Their renovations created an airy museum for Red Bull’s fleet of planes and racing cars, as well as award-winning restaurant IKARUS. The food concept is at least as unconventional as its location: every month, star chefs from around the world trade off in creating a new menu for guests. Despite the constant rotation of culinary leadership, the quality is stellar and IKARUS’ team delivers an unforgettable dining experience every time.

    Email: ikarus@hangar-7.com
    Phone: +43 662/2197-0