International dining in Innsbruck
As varied as Innsbruck's natural and cultural landscape is, the options for eating out in the city's restaurants are just as varied and international. Take a culinary tour through Innsbruck, which has a great deal to offer besides the typical cosy Austrian inn culture.
Discover the following highlights across all the different national cuisines that we have selected for you:
The Schindler (Maria-Theresien-Str.31)
Whether extensive breakfast before a city stroll, stylish business lunch with business partners, chic dinner or after-work drink with friends: The centrally located Das Schindler - Cafe Restaurant Bar - offers you fine cuisine in a modern ambience. The motto of the company is: maintain originality, allow new things to happen, show tradition and cosmopolitanism in equal measure. Great importance is attached to regionality and gentle preparation of the food.
Dengg (Riesengasse 11-13)
At Dengg a café restaurant awaits you with good creative cooking, which is ideal for a break during a stroll in the old town. The menu offers local treats and also leaves scope for modern, innovative ideas. In addition, Dengg still has a smoking area.
Buzihütte (Berchtoldshofweg 14)
With a fabulous view over Innsbruck the Buzihütte doesn't just offer delicious dining but you can also enjoy the spacious terrace on nice days. The cosy inn serves traditional Austrian cuisine from varieties of Schnitzel to dumplings as well as sweets and seasonal specials. Tip: Try the "Eiterbeule" dish which the Buzihütte as made famous far and wide as its trademark. The classic Törggelen in autumn is also popular.
Rama (Innstraße 81)
Anyone who wants to eat outstanding Indian food in Innsbruck will find their culinary happiness at Rama. Friendly and informal service, plus authentic dishes that could not taste any better in India.
Himal Nepal Kitchen (Universitätsstraße 13)
Single to Nepal please: the Himal Nepal Kitchen restaurant delights with first-class Nepalese cooking.
Bierwirt (Bichlweg 2)
The Bierwirt on the outskirts of Innsbruck not far from Ambras Castle is perfect for traditional Tyrolean cuisine. In keeping with the rustic ambience you enjoy hearty Tyrolean and Austrian cuisine here from Wiener Schnitzel to roast leg of pork and vegetarian alternatives.
Café Sacher (Rennweg 1)
Original Austrian coffee house culture in its most beautiful form cannot just be found in Vienna, but at the Café Sacher too. The traditional coffee house spoils its guests in the Imperial Hofburg Palace in Innsbruck and besides coffee and cake specialities also offers a sophisticated wine bar, restaurant and outside dining area in the summer.
Woodfire Steaks (Universitätsstraße 5-7)
Innsbruck's top address for steak lovers. Besides outstanding meat quality, the other specialities also know how to impress. In addition, the stylish, cosy ambience with plenty of wood and inclusive open kitchen contribute to the overall harmonious dining experience.
Pizzerei (Boznerplatz 6)
Original Italian pizzas, pasta, fish and everything else that Italian cuisine has to offer can be found at the Pizzerei. The cosy restaurant with authentic wood-fired pizza oven welcomes you in the heart of Innsbruck on Bozner Platz square.
Ludwig Burger (Museumstraße 3)
Homemade hamburgers made from regional ingredients, from classic representatives to modern creations await you at this newcomer on Innsbruck's burger joint scene.
Look forward to a culinary journey of discovery while you explore the charming alpine city of Innsbruck. As modern and open as the city's restaurants are, is B(l)ackhome Innsbruck too, the modern apartment hotel with that certain style. If you are looking for a comfortable apartment and want to live flexibly, then you need look no longer: Book your apartment online today at B(l)ackhome Innsbruck 1, Resselstraße or B(l)ackhome Innsbruck 2, Innsbrücke.