It is not by chance that Austrian desserts are considered an example of classical confectionery art – they are widely known outside the country, and recipes of local sweets are included in popular cookbooks. Therefore, if you find yourself in Austria, be sure to try at least a few of the best national desserts.
Apple strudel (Apfelstrudel)
A delicate puff roll with apple, cinnamon, sugar and raisins is perhaps familiar even to those who don’t really like sweets. But few people know that it was in Vienna that they baked it for the first time.
Literally translated, Apfelstrudel means “apple vortex.” This is how tourists who first tried the original Continue reading
Austrian cheese along with strudel and schnitzel has gained gourmet recognition throughout the world. The traditions of its production are rooted in the past and are based on old recipes.
Hard and semi-hard, soft, natural and fresh – Austrian cheeses are not inferior in quality to the best Swiss, French, Dutch samples. That is why thousands of tourists coming to the country consider it their duty to appreciate the taste variety of local cheese products.
In total, Austria produces about 140-150 different varieties of cheese.
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Innsbruck, located at the foot of the Austrian Alps, as if created for a perfect holiday. And, of course, it is great for exploring the original and delicious Tyrolean cuisine.
And while there are no Michelin restaurants in Innsbruck as such – they are concentrated mainly in Vienna and Salzburg – this fact does not detract from the culinary advantages of local establishments. There are many places in the city with an unusual menu that will satisfy the taste of the most demanding guest, and with a bewitching panoramic view of the surroundings.
Innsbruck also has inexpensive cafes where people come to eat quickly and tasty while walking. Therefore, to start acquaintance with the gastronomic map of the city is worth the 10 most authentic Continue reading