Fischerhaeusl Restaurant Innsbruck Austria – Are you looking for a good restaurant in Innsbruck with gluten-free dishes? In the center and in a very characteristic and charming atmosphere there is the Fischerhaeusl Restaurant.
Could we have crossed Austria without tasting the famous Tyrolean Gröstl? Of course not!!
It’s a Tyrolean dish that is actually prepared (with some small variations) in northern Italy. It’s a typical recipe: a “poor” dish from the Tyrolean culinary tradition, made with simple ingredients, but with a very special taste… a unique course, capable of taking you back in time.
The “classic” recipe includes an abundant base of boiled potatoes, then passed in a pan with onions fried in butter. The whole thing is usually enriched with pieces of meat (beef, pork, or even both) and garnished with a fried egg. Traditionally, the dish is served with seasoned cabbage and, for those who love wine, with a good new red wine.
This is obviously a natural gluten-free dish, of course, but at Fischerhaeusl Restaurant in Innsbruck, we were able to eat it safely, without risk of cross-contamination, as the restaurant is well informed about the aspects and problems related to the coeliac disease.
6020 Innsbruck – Austria
+43 512 583535
The restaurant, open for lunch and dinner, is usually closed on Sundays.
Once in Innsbruck, finding the Fischerhaeusl Restaurant is very easy, given its central location right behind St. Jakob’s Cathedral. The place is really pleasant: for the summer there is also a large outdoor space, but if you are in Austria, as we were, in colder weather, the rooms on the ground floor and first floor are very cozy.
We had lunch on the upper floor and, as I said, the goal was already set…. Tyrolean Gröstl!!
It was really good and even the staff, very friendly, immediately made an excellent impression on us, also with regard to “celiac disease” and “gluten-free diet” in general.
The restaurant is to be considered average expensive and on the menu are well-specified dishes NOT CONTAINING GLUTEN. Just one small note for the menu legend: the letter “G” relating to allergens could mislead and be associated with gluten. In reality, gluten-containing foods are marked with the letter “A” 😉
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