Destination SalzburgDestination Salzburg

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Eating & drinkingEating & drinking

Salzburg has many cafés and restaurants throughout the city. As so often in Europe, the traditional restaurants are ideal for meals. The peaceful environment, the large portions and the big glasses of beer is what it is all about.

Goldener Hirsch

A famous hotel with famous guests. The famous conductor Herbert Karajan always came to the Goldener Hirsch during his appearances for the Salzburg Festival. The cuisine offers sophisticated versions of traditional Austrian dishes.
Address: Getreidegrasse 37


A small exclusive restaurant outside the Altstadt. The open kitchen serves adventurous dishes such as crepes with braised oxtail filling.
Address: Priesterhausgasse 20

Pan e Vin

Salzburg also has an Italian flavour and the best choice for Italian cuisine is this small trattoria. Choose from various dishes such as Penne all’arrabiata and the more unusual courses such as Branzino (perch) served with potato and olive puree and a dainty Chardonnay sauce.
Address: Gstättengasse 1

Zum Eulenspiegel

A highly romantic restaurant on the first floor of a medieval building with beautifully laid tables. Neo-classical dishes such as potato goulash with large pieces of beef and sausage in a sweet paprika sauce are deliciously prepared here.
Address: Hagenauerplatz 2


Probably the best-known restaurant in Salzburg. Situated in an old chapel some 3 kilometres to the north-west of the city. Everything here is truly haute cuisine – recommended are the Scampi tempura with asparagus and rhubarb tart as dessert.
Address: Söllheim 3, Hallwang

Café Tomaselli

Tomaselli is truly unique. It has been in operation since 1705 and it is said that the young Mozart came here regularly for tea and ice-cream. The interior dates to the 19th century. In addition to Apfelstrudel and Sachertorte, the menu also includes sweet cake with the difficult to pronounce name Guglhupf.
Address: Alter Markt 9

Hotel Sacher

The name says it all. Pastry shops throughout the world sell the famous Sachertorte but here you can taste the real thing. True, it is only a subsidiary of the famous hotel in Vienna, but the recipe is identical.
Address: Schwarzstrasse 5-7

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