Mayrhofen restaurants

Italian in Mayrhofen

Pane e Vino Mayrhofen

Tubular lights, black-and-white blown-up photos and cheek-by-jowl seating create a contemporary feel for authentic antipasti, bruschetti and pasta in this slick Italian job. Full-bodied wines accompany classics such…
Austrian in Mayrhofen

Gasthof Perauer

With its tiled oven and all-wood interior, this Gasthöf is as gorgeously Tyrolean as they come. Both the setting and home cooking will warm the cockles. On the meaty menu are tried-and-trusted favourites including s…
Austrian in Mayrhofen

Wirtshaus Zum Griena

Set in high pastures, this woodsy 400-year-old chalet is the kind of place where you pray for a snow blizzard, so you can huddle around the fire and tuck into Schlutzkropf’n (fresh pasta filled with cheese).
Burgers in Mayrhofen

Gasser

This award-winning butcher is the perfect spot to grab a snack on the way down from the slopes. It does a mighty fine bratwurst, as well as burgers, sandwiches and smoked hams. Vegetarian options are also available.
Cafe in Mayrhofen

Cafe-Konditorei Kostner

This candyfloss-pink villa has a popular terrace when the sun shines. The bakery side of it rolls out great spelt and rye bread, while the cafe rustles up tasty breakfasts, ice cream, speciality coffees and homemade…
Deli in Mayrhofen

Metzgerei Kröll

This family-run butchery is famed for its unique Schlegeis-Speck ham, cured in a hut at 1800m for three months to achieve its aroma. There are a handful of tables where you can sample this speciality and the delicio…
Ice Cream in Mayrhofen

Eiszeit

Not only the winters are frozen in Mayrhofen. This hole-in-the-wall gelateria does a roaring trade in the summer months, with creamy ice cream in flavours such as Zillertaler mountain milk and alpine caramel.
Pizza in Mayrhofen

Mamma Mia

Skip more complicated dishes and go for wood-fired pizza at Mamma Mia, a kitsch-cosy slice of Italy with its terracotta floor and murals of Florence.