Top Choice Austrian in Innsbruck

Die Wilderin

Take a gastronomic walk on the wild side at this modern-day hunter-gatherer of a restaurant, where chefs take pride in local sourcing and using top-notch farm-fresh and foraged ingredients. The menu sings of the sea…
Top Choice Breakfast in Innsbruck

Breakfast Club

Hip, wholesome and nicely chilled, the Breakfast Club does what it says on the tin: all-day breakfast and brunch. And boy are you in for a treat: free-range eggs, Tyrolean mountain cheese, organic breads, homemade s…
Italian in Innsbruck

Il Convento

Neatly tucked into the old city walls, this Italian newcomer is run with passion by Peppino and Angelika. It’s a winner, with its refined look (white tablecloths, wood beams, Franciscan monastery views from the terr…
French in Innsbruck

Bistro Gourmand

Chef Thierry Aragona brings a dash of the French Mediterranean to Innsbruck at the aptly named Bistro Gourmand. Lemon walls and dark wood panelling set the scene for brilliantly cooked dishes such as Burgundy snails…
Vegetarian in Innsbruck

Chez Nico

Take a petit bistro and a Parisian chef with a passion for herbs, et voilà, you get Chez Nico. Nicolas Curtil (Nico) cooks seasonal, all-vegetarian delights along the lines of tomato and argan oil consommé and water…
International in Innsbruck


On the 7th floor of the Rathaus Galerien, this chic glass-walled restaurant has sweeping views over Innsbruck to the Alps beyond. Backlighting and minimalist design create a sleek backdrop for Mediterranean-inspired…
Asian in Innsbruck


Friendly and intimate, Himal delivers vibrant, robust Nepalese flavours. Spot-on curries (some vegetarian) are mopped up with naan and washed down with mango lassis. The two-course €8.10 lunch is cracking value.
International in Innsbruck


A cool curiosity shop of a bistro, with a minimalist, snow-white interior that contrasts strikingly with the old-fashioned kitchen appliances plastered to its walls, Dengg feels like a secret despite its Altstadt lo…
Austrian in Innsbruck


The lemon-fronted Fischerhausl has stood in this hidden spot between Domplatz and the Hofburg since 1758. On the menu is Tyrolean grub such as Kaspressknödelsuppe, cheesy dumplings swimming in broth, and Gröstl, a p…
Cafe in Innsbruck

Cafe Sacher

Sidling up to the Hofburg, this grand chandelier-lit cafe is the place to linger over chocolate Sacher Torte, salads or lunch. There are free classical concerts in the courtyard in summer. A mini torte (€14.90) to t…