Here you will find an overview of all our establishments as well as a specific list of our restaurants and inns, wine taverns and snack bars, cafés and pastry shops as well as bar and wine shops. Enjoy the delicacies and specialities at the restaurants in our region!
Anyone who suffers from a food intolerance knows how difficult it can be to find the right dish on the menu without having to reckon with the corresponding side effects.
For this reason, we have summarised all the restaurants in the region that offer gluten-free and lactose-free dishes. Vegans are not forgotten either:
When it comes to culinary delights, the Attersee-Attergau region has a lot to offer: Whether it's fresh fish from Lake Attersee in a wide variety of variations, regional beer specialities, traditional pub cuisine or newly interpreted classics to try again.
Four committed restaurateurs from the Attersee-Attergau region are members of the unique culinary cooperation Salzkammergut Fischrestaurant and have dedicated themselves to the preparation of fish specialities. Visit our fish specialists at Lake Attersee, let yourself be spoilt at Gasthof Gebhart in Seewalchen am Attersee with fish from Lake Attersee, processed into light fish dishes.
Enjoy freshly prepared Reinanke or pike from the in-house fishery at Panoramagasthof Haberl in Attersee am Attersee or enjoy fish specialities from the Salzkammergut lakes at Kaisergasthof Weyregg am Attersee. Innovative, creative and international cuisine from lake and sea awaits you at 1er Beisl in Lexenhof in Nussdorf am Attersee.
Upper Austrian delicacies, Austrian wines, local beers and year-round opening hours - that's what you can expect at the Kultiwirten in the region. At Seegasthof Oberndorfer in Attersee am Attersee and at Landgasthof Spitzerwirt in St. Georgen im Attergau you can not only taste the typical Austrian inn culture but also experience it.
The traditional dishes are prepared with great passion - mostly by local farmers and regional producers. Taste and enjoy the Attersee-Attergau region with all your senses.
Every year, the calendar of the Attersee-Attergau region features exciting culinary highlights: For example, the Genuss Herbst, which will experience its second edition in 2021, the Chestnut Festival in Unterach, the Naturpark Roas for the Plum Festival or the numerous Wild Week and Advent events in the second half of the year.
Discover all culinary events at a glance.
With TASTE THE LAKE, the gastronomy sector is banking on a cool image change and a new marketing cooperation. Driving forces are renowned restaurants like the Bachtaverne in Weyregg or Kiener in St. Georgen im Attergau.
They are joined by attractive cafés and bars, tripadvisor favorites and fresh gastronomy concepts. "Together we will create a competitive edge over other tourism regions," says ARGE chairman Mario Kalleitner. More about it
Five well-known restaurants at the Attersee appear together under the brand "Kulinarium Attersee". Hoods crowned, with Falstaff forks and "a la carte points" rated, spoil the creative kitchen artists at the highest level!
Unique culinary delights conjured up from regional delicacies. Freshly caught fish such as char, pike, trout or Reinanke - Atter ox, game and poultry, crisp vegetables and freshly harvested fruit - everything that is produced in the region is refined on the plate. Read more about it
The days are getting shorter, winter is slowly announcing itself.
Just the right time for hobby cooks (and those who would like to become one) to attend a themed cooking course together. You can choose from: Austrian cuisine, Now it's game, Fischer Fritz with the fish from Das Attersee, Meat for men, Mediterranean or the Christmas menu.
Surprise your loved ones and give them a voucher for a cooking course!
Let yourself be whisked away on a special kind of pleasure trip: During the Rossweinroas you will experience a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride through the idyllic landscape between Vöcklamarkt and St. Georgen.
During a stopover at Weinhaus Huber, you can taste top-class wines under expert guidance in the wine chapel. The carriage ride then takes you back to Reichenthalheim via Kinzlmühle and Aumühle, where a hearty "Rossweinjause" is already waiting for you in the cosy Landgasthof Nußbaumer.