Top Restaurants in Kitzbuhel
Restaurants Kitzbuhel – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Kitzbuhel. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!
Whether a sushi restaurant in Kitzbuhel, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Kitzbuhel are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Kitzbuhel where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Kitzbuhel with the x-factor!
The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Kitzbuhel with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Kitzbuhel where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!
But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Kitzbuhel you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!
Style: Fine Dining Italian in Kitzbuhel
Excellent and elegant Italian restaurant in Kitz; chef Gabriele Feliciani serves from melanzane (aubergine), pasta steaks or wonderful tiramisu; It’s not a cheap eat but a lovely treat; tip: get the 5- or 7-course Menu Degustazione; buon appetito! Closed on Wednesday.
Address: Graggaugasse 12, 6370 Kitzbuhel, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 75008
Price: Mains starting at EUR 13.-
Style: Local Specialties
The ever popular Landhaeusl is serving local specialities from “Tafelspitz” to Kaasspatzen in a noisy and busy atmosphere; guests are sitting on common tables; closed last week in June and mid October to the end of November.
Address: Oberer Gänsbachgasse 8, 6370 Kitzbuhel, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 64007
Price: Entrée & main course EUR 30.- to EUR 40.-
Style: Asian & Mediterranean In Austria’s Jet-Set Mecca
Want say no to “schnitzel & co” for one night than go to this stylish restaurant led by owner & chef Maria; she cooks delights influenced by the Asian and the Mediterranean kitchen; every day’s motto of the head chef is “pure freshness and quality without compromise”.
Open kitchen; the restaurant only has space for 35 patrons – therefore booking is strongly advised! Closed on Sunday & Monday, open for dinner only; please note that dogs are not allowed.
Address: Josef-Pirchl-Str. 3, 6370 Kitzbuhel, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 74882
Price: Mains EUR 8.- to EUR 29.-
Maierl-Alm und Chalets
Style: Ski Slope Lunch on Huge Terrace
The Maierl Alm and Chalets is a great spot to enjoy authentic yet creative Austrian cuisine while enjoying the natural vista from their terrace. It is a great place to enjoy lunch with the ski slopes in the background.
The dining room I quite cozy having the typical all wooden alpine rustic feel with additional homely touches like fluffy colourful throw pillows and an open hearth that keep diners warm and comfy. The emperor room may be reserved for private gatherings and parties.
With Chef Johannes Niedermayer at the helm, the restaurant menu offers inventive Austrian fare inspired by regional cuisine and many Tylorean favourites. Loin of venison with Kenya beans, venison carpaccio, Alpine surf and turf with scampi and venison, and spatzle with mountain cheese and onions are just some of the moutwhatering dishes to look forward to.
The restaurant at Maierl Alm is open everyday (last orders until 9:30 pm). Make sure to call ahead for lunch reservations well in advance because they are almost always fully booked.
Address: Krinberg 14, 6365 Kirchberg in Tirol, Austria
Phone: +43 5357 2109-0
Price: €21 -€38 lunch set; average €50 -€80 per person for dinner
Style: Cast-Iron Pans With Austrian Fare
The famous S’Pfandl on the outskirts of Reith bei Kitzbuehel (about a 5 minutes car drive) is a quaint restaurant with 200 year old wooden beams, open fireplace and beautiful garden; especially in winter the crackling log fire spread a peculiar charm.
Before having dinner by young and sympathetic boss Thomas Hagleitner, have an aperitif at the bar and check out all the rarities hanging on the wall; gifts from regulars like the “antlers of an African water buffalo” or an “antelope”.
Restaurant S’Pfandl stands for real pleasure, authentic regional specialties and creative delicacies compiled with the charm of the Austrians and its Tyrollean cooking in “huge cast-iron pans” served as the veal shank with roast potatoes and vegetables; after dinner get the “Schnaps HS 15” with Peter the senior chef.
Address: Kitzbuehlerstrasse 69, 6370 Reith, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 62271
Price: Mains EUR 10.- to EUR 22.-
Style: Vip-Institution with massive terrace
Rosi’s Sonnbergstuben is THE institution in Kitzbuhel and the heart of this excellent and beautiful hotel/restaurant is Rosi herself – wearing a original dirndl all the time;.
Everyday until late she is personally in charge of her guests and if you are lucky she picks up her guitar and plays local Schlager-tunes! On the walls you’ll find pictures of all celebrities visited Rosi; with a spectacular view of Kitzbuhel, two giant terraces and outstanding Austrian food combined with a very charming atmosphere this place is a absolute must while your stay in Kitzbuhel; only accessible by car or walking…
Address: Oberaigenweg 103, 6370 Kitzbuhel, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 64652
Price: Mains EUR 11.- to EUR 27.-
Style: Skihut Lunch at Hahnenkamm
This sophisticated skihut on the famous Hahnenkamm is the meeting lunch point for the rich & famous skier; beautiful terrace in summer and winter including great food like “wurstel”, salads, schnitzel or even scampis; and their own wine cellar.
Cosy atmosphere with background music; accessible also for non-skiers – just take the Hahnenkamm lift and walk 10 minutes.
Looking for apres ski parties on top of the mountain than head to Schialm (www.schi-alm.at, Brandseite 25 A, Kirchberg, +43 5357 3282) where you get the feeling of the real Austrian ski parties with a lot of schnaps and local music.
Address: Hahnenkamm 11, 6370 Kitzbuhel, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 62776
Price: Mains EUR 12.- to EUR 25.-
Style: Foodie Paradise In The Mountains
On the road up to Rosi’s Sonnbergstuben on the Bichlalm, near golfclub Eichenheim on the outskirts of Kitzbuhel; owner Brigitte Reiter and her family turned this 350-year-old former farmhouse Rehbicheln in an extremely popular place of foodie pilgrimage for the well-heeled locals and visitors alike with specialities like “Rehkitzer Schlutzkrapfen mit brauner Butter und geriebenen Käse” (fawn ravioli with brown butter and grated cheese), “rosa gebratener Rehrücken mit Cognacrahmsauce dazu Serviettenknödel und Apfelrotkraut” (roast venison with cognac cream sauce with “knoedel” and apple red cabbage) or “Kaiserschmarrn mit Zwetschkenröster” (pancake with plum sauce); “Rehkitz” stands for the warm atmosphere spread by the pretty & young hostesses in “dirndl”, the fine local delicacies by chef Jürgen Nentwich and the remarkably good wines; in the summer you can sit on the sunny terrace in front of the house; closed on Wednesday.
Address: Am Rehbuehel 30, 6370 Kitzbuhel, Austria
Phone: +43 5356 66122
Price: Mains EUR 9.- to EUR 23.-