Culinary delights of every sort

in Schladming-Dachstein 

Culinary specialities

The Schladming-Dachstein Region brings a lot more than beautiful panoramas to the table! The regional cooking is equally spectacular. A wide selection of Styrian products and specialties – coupled with local hospitality and culinary skills – guaranteed to whet your appetite. 

Whether summer or winter, after so much nature and outdoor activity, our mountain huts, hill farms, restaurants and many other eateries will provide the sustenance you are ravenous for.

5 dishes, you simply have to try during your stay in Schladming-Dachstein:

  • beef broth with cheesy dumplings
  • Ennstal lamb
  • noodles with Ennstal cheese and cabbage salad
  • doughnuts of all kinds
  • Homemade apple strudel
 
© Christine Höflehner

Regional products and culinary specialities

Our region has everything you could want: from rustic hill taverns, hearty guesthouses, restaurants, comfortable cafés and bars to luxury restaurants.

Which means, there’s one thing you can always count on: never going home on an empty stomach.

"Excellent" purveyors of food delights

in Schladming-Dachstein

Our 'GenussRegion' offers many tasty treats - there are local delicacies like 'Ennstaler Steirerkas' and 'Ennstal Lamm', hill farm snacks like traditional doughnuts, buttermilk and delicious blackberry 'Kaiserschmarrn' (type of shredded, fluffy pancake), and not forgetting the high-quality schnapps, brandies as well as refreshing Schladminger beer.

Play it safe and look out for establishments with the 'GenussRegion Österreich', 'Kulinarium-Steiermark' seals, or find awarded luxury restaurants or businesses that sell certified organic food.

School of Organic Cooking

in Biochi Schladming

Biochi is the very first organic-certified vegetarian/vegan cooking school in Austria. They await you with a colorful program of cooking courses.

Kochkiste

with Agnes Lemmerer in Sölk

At the traditional "Kochkiste", Agnes Lemmerer cooks her dishes in accordance with “Kulinarium Steiermark” and “Slow Food Styria” guidelines: including her braised leg of lamb, fried cheesy pasta and roast venison.

We are here for you if you always wanted to know how to make authentic farmhouse doughnuts.