Aside from guaranteed quality, you also enjoy tradition in the Eastern Styria that is reflected in the cuisine. The dishes served to you here have a history. From apple strudel baked according to a secret recipe to a snack of home-made products in one of the numerous wine taverns – at the eateries in Austria’s garden, you can downright taste the roots and regionalism of the Eastern Styria.
From local Styrian inns to fine dining restaurants, you are welcomed with love and esteem when you enter the various establishments – hospitality that comes from the heart. See for yourself – experience the region’s diversity, high-quality products, traditional businesses and Styrian attitude to life up close and personally.
Travel & Dining. The 6-course menu in Eastern Styria begins with fish at Forellengasthof Joglland. Everything from char to brown trout is served. At Mostgut Kuchlbauer, high-quality must is already being produced in the fourth generation. In St. Ruprecht an der Raab, the journey leads past the Garten-Hotel Ochensberger. The beetle bean is the king of the plate in St. Ruprecht an der Raab. On the Brandlucken with the inn Unterberger there is ALMO beef of the finest. On visit in Pöllau the culinary journey is complete with the stag pear. In the confectionery Ebner the regional product is processed into finest gingerbread variations.
Convince yourself of the delights of Eastern Styria - in the garden of culinary delights.
The garden of culinary arts is as varied as the Eastern Styria is multifaceted. Restaurateurs in the Eastern Styria cover a broad spectrum, ranging from fine dining restaurants to cosy alpine lodges, from guest houses with hearty traditional fare to a picnic basket filled with regional delicacies from the farmer. The Eastern Styria also features a variety of products, such as hearty ALMO beef, “Pöllauer Hirschbirne” pears, Styrian apples and delicious runner beans.