Strudels, schnitzels, nockerl and a few cheeky beers do wonders to boost the appeal of a Mayrhofen holiday. Those local favourites go hand in hand with more international options in the restaurants of this gorgeous region. Alpine decor and Tirolean charm make up much of the aesthetics in Mayrhofen, allowing you to spoil your senses as much as your taste buds.
Hans Gasser keeps costs low, portions large and bellies full. Expect smoked ribs and densely packed sandwiches, with thick cut pub chips and roast pork belly. Popular with the lunchtime crowd and nightlife fans alike, buffet options keep the meats coming, while sausage links and pork chops await at the in-house deli.
The wooden interior of Gasthof Restaurant is as warm and welcoming as they come, with pale curtains and intimate tables making you feel right at home on your Austria holiday. You might be too fixated on your piled high plat to focus on the wooden beams of the ceiling though, with a menu promising smoked fish dishes and a particularly popular cheese fondue option.
It's not all Austrian food here either, there's also the chance to taste Italian cuisine. Stone walls, comfy chairs and fast service ensure your pizza is piping hot and your pasta is creamy and rich.
Good pub grub done with style is the order of the day at Mo's. Although it's a welcoming bar with drinks on tap, the craft ales alone are bound to lure you in. All it takes is one bite of the big burgers or sumptuous schnitzels and you're hooked.
Modern and appealing, you'll find plenty of holidaymakers flocking here after dark for a filling dinner and a beer. Those tasty dinners include tempting bread and cheese boards as well as big juicy steak sandwiches, not to mention pasta dishes and a local chicken curry.
This space-age chalet proudly resting atop the imposing dark grey cliffs oozes modern style, yet inside it's as cosy as can be. The menu runs the show here from salads and cheese soups to fully loaded wiener schnitzel, while the strudels use locally farmed ingredients for rich flavours aplenty. With views like these, it's a must-visit venue.
Inviting and enticing, this restaurant keeps things simple, but flavoursome. The namesake steaks are cooked to taste and topped with shredded cheese, whereas vegetarian visitors are happily surprised at the wide range of options, including the popular pumpkin ravioli.
Cafe chic is all around at Kostner, whose white exterior and upper balconies above the facade make it easy to spot from the streets. Inside, it's sweet treats aplenty with apple strudel and massive slices of cake, together with ice cream to keep the kids happy.
Simple and delicious, this restaurant is where you'll find the finest smoked trout and seafood stews in town. From chunky vegetable to oxtail and chicken, the tasty soups keep customers coming back for more, not to mention the generous portion sizes.
The gabled roofs and flowery beams of Tiroler Stuben make it stand out in a town full of beautiful buildings, and the menu backs up the visual feast beautifully. Hearty steaks, enticing pastas and the ever popular vats of cheese fondue with flavoursome dipping breads make for unforgettable meals.