Kitzbuhel Mountain Restaurants

Posted by George Biffen

Last updated on February 20th, 2018 at 05:48 pm

We know how important refuelling is on a ski holiday and Kitzbuhel does not disappoint on the gastronomy front. Kitzbuhel isn’t all about the skiing, they also have some fantastic restaurants serving a variety of dishes; from traditional hearty classics through to pizzas, there is something to suit most tastes.

Huberbrau Stuberl

+43 5356 65677

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If you are after exceptional traditional Austrian food, this is one of many places to visit. Don’t go in here expecting “fine dining” as you won’t get it, but, what you will get is loads of atmosphere, lots of locals and excellent staff. If in Kitzbühel, you must go! We advise getting there before 12 because it gets hectic and you will understand why.


+43 5357 21090

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Maierl Alm

The Maierl-Alm offers excellent cuisine. Everything from Tyrolean specialities to international dishes is served. When the weather is beautiful, the sun terrace is inviting. Excellent wines and Augustiner beer from the keg round off the offering. You can find it on the Kaser valley run (previous middle station of the Maierl lifts) at 1225 m elevation.


The Sonnalm features a self-service restaurant and a large sun terrace with waiting service. Whether you pop in for just for a snack or for full-on culinary delights in the cosy dining room, there will be something on the menu that takes your fancy. In the self-service area you can expect meals such as savoury Kaspress dumplings, hearty cheese Spätzle or a crispy Wiener Schnitzel. They also have an après-ski bar open for every day from 2.30 pm to 4 pm with a happy hour too.

Berggasthaus Resterhöhe

+43 6562 8389

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The Berggasthaus Resterhöhe is not only the oldest managed ski hut in the ski resort, but it is also traditional and authentic. The high-quality cuisine is served and freshly prepared using regional products. You will feel very comfortable in the rustic and cosy dining room. The sun terrace is inviting with the weather is nice. Located beneath the mountain station of the 6-person Resterhöhe chairlift – hidden behind a hill with its own slope access (No. 70) at 1796 m.

Berggasthof Sonnbühel

+43 5356 62776

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With its excellent gastronomic offering and a unique atmosphere with a lot of attention to detail, the Berggasthof Sonnbühel is also very popular with the rich and famous. The large sun terrace offers a view of the Kitzbüheler Ski resort, and it is usually pretty crowded inside. It’s best to make a reservation in advance. You can find it On the Hahnenkamm at 1700 m PanoramaAlm +43 664 3306409

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Located at the mountain station of the Hartkaser lift at 1950 m, the Panorama is the perfect place to meet and eat when the sun is out. The view from the sun terrace is something special and unique. The rustic mountain hut with its nice dining room and good food lures guests from throughout the ski resort. Kaiserschmarrn are classic Austrian pancakes that are quite different from standard pancakes. These are worth a try, we recommend going half with someone as they are filling and big portions. Berghaus Tyrol +43 5356 62470

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Located on the Hahnenkamm, this little gem serves up traditional Tyrolean and Carinthian cuisine. It has been up and running for the last 40 years by the Krimbacher family, who offer a menu including home-made noodles and dumplings, schnitzel and wok dishes alongside a healthy-sized wine list. Mid-range price and great value for money.

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