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Close-up of an Ora King salmon tartare in a gourmet restaurant in Seefeld

Fixed star in the sky of indulgence

Outstanding gourmet cuisine

A firmly established star in the Tyrolean culinary heaven: the gourmet delights at the Interalpen-Hotel Tyrol. Thanks to a masterful kitchen team that focuses resolutely on quality, craftsmanship and regional produce. This is recognised with top ratings from the Gault&Millau guide. You can expect pleasurable experiences in our Á la carte restaurant and at the Chef's Table.


À la carte in the Interalpen-restaurant

Already at breakfast, every guest enjoys regional and varied ingredients in the Interalpen-restaurant. With excellent à la carte cuisine, our restaurant unfolds its full potential from lunchtime onwards. The attentive service team, led by service operations manager Gernot Percht, provides an atmospheric background for your culinary experience.

  • awarded 13 points and two toques in Gault&Millau Austria 2024
  • creative Austrian cuisine with international flair
  • local products from trustworthy partners
  • à la carte dining for lunch can be booked by half-board guests

Chef’s Table

Pull up a chair directly by the open kitchen and observe how chef Mario Döring and his team and chef patissier Michael Hollaus – prepare your tasting menu. You are also welcome to take a look at the in-house herb garden: home-grown sage, thyme or woodruff often find their way into the refined dishes served at the Chef’s Table. Restaurant mananger and head sommelier Theresa Lichtmannegger recommends hand-picked wines or non-alcoholic beverages to match.

  • awarded 17.5 points and four toques in Gault&Millau Austria 2024
  • innovative creations and open kitchen atmosphere.
  • 8-course menus for two to 16 people.

Price:  €230 per person. On request, our service team will spoil you with a pairing wine accompaniment.

Selected awards

Michael Hollaus

Austrian Patissier of the Year – Gault&Millau 2021

Chef Patissier Michael Hollaus likes it 'not complicated, just good!' But this down-to-earth attitude does not stop him from undertaking culinary exploration tours and giving his sweet creations plenty of soul. Gault&Millau rewarded this unpretentious individuality with the award for Austria's Patissier of the Year 2021.

À la Carte-restaurant

13 points and two toques in Gault&Millau Austria 2024

'Classic cuisine with spirit' and 'impeccable service' were worthy of a toque award to the evaluators.

91 points and three forks in the Falstaff Restaurant Guide 2024
'Craftsmanship' and 'passion' tipped the scales for a superb score of 90 points.

Chef’s Table

The unique culinary experience and the high quality of the food have been honoured several times.

17.5 points and four toques in Gault&Millau Austria 2024
Philosophy, quality and creative staging earned a mouth-watering rating.

95 points and four forks in the Falstaff Restaurant Guide 2024
Uniqueness and exclusivity were positively highlighted by the evaluators in their report.

90 / 100 points in the À La Carte Magazine Austria 2021
Both flavour experience and the restaurant setting produced one of the best ratings in 2021.