The Hallerwirt is Kitzbühel’s „gute stube“. The house is beautifully traditional and looks very majestic and noble. It has been family-owned since 1620 and the current owners, the couple Monika and Jürgen Stelzhammer, both work in day-to-day business and live in the inn. Anyway, the family is busy, the over 80-year-old senior runs the farm, from which many of the products, as well as his own organic cattle, come. The entrance is typical for Tyrolean inns: One enter a large corridor, on the right and left side there are guest rooms and a kitchen. The food is one hundred percent authentic, without any chichi and well portioned. The menu includes veal fritters with bread dumplings, Wiener schnitzel and fried chicken with a sensational potato salad. A speciality is the Daumnidei, the Tyrolean version of gnocchi, which is fried in breadcrumbs and served with sauerkraut. It tastes delicious and is sufficient as a main course. Of course you also get a Jausen Platte and Kaiserschmarren for dessert. One portion is more than enough for 2 people. Here everything is cooked to the point and really quite „fine“.
The Hallerwirt is not an upscale affair, the locals also eat here, the staff comes from the area and wears Dirndls because that’s how you do it – not a superimposed thing.
6371 Aurach bei Kitzbühel
phone: +43 5356 64502
closed mon - tue
open wed - sun 11.30 am - 12.00 am