Innsbruck, Austria - food and drinks

Traditional Tyrolean foods and drinks to make your experience more tasty during a visit in Innsbruck, Austria.
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Tiroler speckknodel - Dumpling with bacon served with soup or salad

Tiroler speckknodel - Dumpling with bacon served with soup or salad

Spätzle (soft egg noodle) mixed with grated cheese (typically Emmenthaler) and fried onion.

Spätzle (soft egg noodle) mixed with grated cheese (typically Emmenthaler) and fried onion.

Kiachl - Doughnats with cranberry jam

Kiachl - Doughnats with cranberry jam

The Tiroler Gröstl is a traditional way in Austria to eat the leftovers. Tiroler Grostl are made of potatoes and pork which is cut in pieces. Together with hacked onion the pork and the potatoes becomes roasted in clarified butter. The whole things are spiced with salt, pepper, majoram, caraway seed and parsley.  The traditional Tiroler Grostl is also served with fried egg.

The Tiroler Gröstl is a traditional way in Austria to eat the leftovers. Tiroler Grostl are made of potatoes and pork which is cut in pieces. Together with hacked onion the pork and the potatoes becomes roasted in clarified butter. The whole things are spiced with salt, pepper, majoram, caraway seed and parsley. The traditional Tiroler Grostl is also served with fried egg.

Tiroler schlutzkrapfen - Dumplings filled with potatoes, boiled and served with parcely and butter

Tiroler schlutzkrapfen - Dumplings filled with potatoes, boiled and served with parcely and butter

Apfelradln - Apple rolls in pancake dress, fried

Apfelradln - Apple rolls in pancake dress, fried

Moosbeeren - Pancakes with blueberries

Moosbeeren - Pancakes with blueberries

Saker torte

Saker torte

Grüner Veltliner (Green Veltliner) is a variety of white wine grape. The leaves of the grape vine are five-lobed with bunches that are long but compact, and deep green grapes that ripen in mid-late October in the Northern Hemisphere.  In 2008, Grüner Veltliner plantations in Austria stood at 17,151 hectares (42,380 acres), and it accounts for 32.6% of all vineyards in the country, almost all of it being grown in the northeast of the country

Grüner Veltliner (Green Veltliner) is a variety of white wine grape. The leaves of the grape vine are five-lobed with bunches that are long but compact, and deep green grapes that ripen in mid-late October in the Northern Hemisphere. In 2008, Grüner Veltliner plantations in Austria stood at 17,151 hectares (42,380 acres), and it accounts for 32.6% of all vineyards in the country, almost all of it being grown in the northeast of the country

Innsbruck beer

Innsbruck beer

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