GROSSARLER HOF Restaurant
GROSSARLER HOF ‘almost’ full board
The GROSSARLER HOF restaurant’s timber panelled walls and typically Tyrolean tiled stove convey pure comfort while genuine Salzburg hospitality and attentive service accompany our guests throughout the culinary day.
Culinary delights from morning till night
Start your day at the GROSSARLER HOF restaurant with a sumptuous breakfast to prepare you for an active day out in the Grossarl Valley. In the afternoon, enjoy a traditional Austrian Jause or snack to recharge your batteries. For dinner, a 4-course meal (with choices, including vegetarian options), a lavish salad buffet and a wide range of cheeses await you.
Food & drink at the GROSSARLER HOF
Salzburg’s gourmet culture and traditions
Salzburg’s boundless gourmet culture is in our DNA. Chef Andreas Gratz and his team have taken to heart the Austrian government’s GenussRegion initiative to promote regional food specialities by creating culinary delights – including vegetarian dishes – for our excellent Jagastub’n à la carte and elegant Alpine-style restaurants.
‘Good food is the foundation of genuine happiness.’
George Auguste Escoffier
for exquisite dishes
Andreas Gratz’ compositions are accompanied by oenophile offerings from the host country Austria, but our extensive wine list also features wines from all around the world.
During our weekly wine tastings, you can expect to sample first class wines from established growers as well as up-and-coming young winemakers.
Fresh, seasonal & regional food at the GROSSARLER HOF!
We like to dish up what comes naturally, so we have taken to heart the Austrian government’s GenussRegion initiative to promote regional food specialities. All the GROSSARLER HOF’s dishes are based on excellent products sourced from the Pongau gourmet region. Our dishes reflect the history of a region where the art of preparing game and venison has been perfected for centuries. Traditional game and venison recipes complemented by fresh and inspired variations are the secret of our gastronomic success. Naturally, every dish on our menu is made with our region’s top quality Pongau produce – and what better accompaniment can there be to our regional food than a glass of excellent wine?
The Pongau gourmet region
Gourmets have long regarded the Pongau region as a culinary centre of excellence, especially with regard to game and venison. The Austrian GenussRegion scheme has even officially recognised it as a region of special culinary interest.
In 2014, special gourmet status was also awarded to the five small cheeseries in the Grossarl Valley that produce a wide range of farmhouse cheeses, from curd cheese and hard cheeses to the famous ‘sour cheese’.
Our local suppliers:
- GenussRegion Pongauer Wild
Dr Draxler, Estate Manager
Venison & game
- GenussRegion Grossarltaler Bergbauernkäse
Curd cheese, cream cheese, farmhouse butter, yoghurt, ‘sour cheese’
- GenussRegion Walser Gemüse
Lettuces, cabbages and other vegetables
- GenussRegion Lungauer Eachtling
Dockner Bauer Mariapfarr
- Wandlehen Bauer
- Gerstreit Bauer
Beef, lamb & veal
- Lärchen Bauer
Beef, veal & game sausages
- Inhög Bauer
- Bäckerei Unterkofler
- Fleischhauerei Urban St Johann im Pongau
Sausages, ham & speck