Seidlalm Kitzbühel © David Schreyer

Regional Cuisine

Meet and eat

Tirol enjoys an excellent international reputation for its warm hospitality and fantastic cuisine. The fact that we use mostly regional and seasonal products goes without saying for us Tiroleans.
What better way to round off meetings and conferences than with a top-class culinary experience, Tirolean-inspired, internationally interpreted, perhaps even in one of the 99 gourmet restaurants?
Gourmet restaurants in Tirol | Tirol in Austria

CBT MICEdelights Munic - CBT and partner © Andreas Schebesta

Tirol Conscious
Do you and your employees appreciate regional products and a healthy break from meetings? Die ”Bewusst Tirol” (Tirol Conscious) “ establishments feel the same way!
“Bewusst Tirol” restaurants | Tirol in Austria

Slow food on the mountains?
Of course! Imagine, after an exciting team building event, you have reached today’s mountain destination. You and your colleagues can enjoy the fabulous mountain view, while talented Tirolean chefs rustle up some delicious regional delicacies. This is exactly what the slow food experience is all about, both on the mountain as well as down in the valley.

Tirol’s cuisine does not mean only meat
You could be forgiven for thinking that Tirolean cuisine is rather “meaty.” But Tirol doesn’t just serve meat. Many top Tirolean chefs such as Paul Ivic, Peter Fankhauser and Simon Taxacher have not only dedicated themselves to meat-free cuisine, they also cook on international stages. In addition to numerous vegan and vegetarian restaurants, you will find many award-winning chefs who conjure up healthy and delicious creations. Check out our Veggie-Guide to find a perfect overview. And while we´re on the subject, here are a few more insider tips:
Vegan restaurants and hotels in Innsbruck and Tirol
Meat-Free – Good Food

 

There are 10 regions of culinary excellence in Tirol, dedicated to cultivating traditionally local products, such as “Alpbachtaler Heumilchkäse” (Alpbachtal Hay-Fed Raw Milk Cheese), which is made in the dairy at Reith from the fresh milk of hay-fed cows supplied by 65 dairy farmers. Regions of Culinary Excellence | Tirol in Austria
Not only that, regional delicacies can be sampled on the 13 Tirolean “Taste of Place Tours”, where visitors can sample farm life and watch the food producers at work.

Kaiserschmarrn
Kaiserschmarrn © Kathrin Koschitzki

Tyrolean tris, kasspatzln and the king’s discipline: Kaiserschmarren
Everyone knows the quintessential Tirolean classics such as “Knödel, Spatzeln, Kiachl, Kaiserschmarrn and Co.” But could you cook these classic Tirolean dishes at home? Why not bring the memory of Tirol and your last team event into your (home) office, also on our blog.tirol.

Did you know that many Tirolean businesses specialise in organic food and fasting, and that many Tirolean specialities are very healthy?
How about a herb hike as a supporting programme for your next event? Young gourmet Michela Ploner will show you how you can best use the herbs you have collected at home.

Kellerjochhütte © Charly Schwarz
Kellerjochhütte © Charly Schwarz
CBT MICEdelights Munic - chocolate, wild berries & Nauderer yoghurt © Andreas Schebesta
CBT MICEdelights Munic - chefs Thomas Penz, Michael Ploner © Andreas Schebesta
MICEgenuss © Andreas Schebester