cheap beer, nice music, special dishes, great view -> this combo makes it very popular with the town's students
My girlfriend is Austrian, and whenever I come to visit, we always eat here repeatedly. It's both the cheapest and best wienerschnitzel we can find in Innsbruck. We have our own favorite waitress who we like to visit, and highly recommend this to anyone in the area.
i honestly don't get the good reviews. food is rich in fat and glutamate, hardly anything tastes homemade (except for the desserts - the different types of "schmarrn" are good). not recommended for anyone with histamine intolerance. the atmosphere is nice but the smell is not appealing. service could be more friendly, especially if you try to book in advance.
Well, we had a hard time booking this place. Hotel tried making an reservation for us but said the manager on the phone was acting strange. Even though it was mid-afternoon, the manager said they were fully booked for the night. We had a rental car and since it was our last night in Innsbruck, we decided to drive by.... More
We were impressed. The portions were enormous, the local food was spectacular, service fast and very friendly. Very cosy inside. And the prices are not high at all. Besides, they are dog-friendly too!! Our dog was offered food and water. I think you have to reserve in advance, the place is so popular. We will certainly visit again.
Cozy local hangout with authentic Tyrolian food in a lovely mountain setting. Reasonable prices, enormous portions, good service. Daily and weekly specials. Kässpätzle was rich and delicous. Kids loved their Kaiserschmarrn with blueberries - as did the rest of the table since it came served in a huge pan. Reservations are a must. Parking on the mountain is tough -... More
I really loved this place. It gives you a casual dining experience with authentic Austrian cuisine in a rustic atmosphere. I was there on a rainy Saturday afternoon, so I ate inside. I’m sure that the deck would be a lovely place to eat on a sunny day. The menu includes Austrian standards prepared with care. I had pumpkin cream... More
Great tasting; humongous portions of Tyrolian favorites - I had dumplings - cheese and spinach - my husband had a schnitzel stuffed with cheese, mushrooms and ham - all served with slaw and the local style potato salad... Blueberry pancake dessert could have fed six easily! Good find in a beautiful setting.... If you eat here, arrange to be carried... More
After being unable to get a table at a restaurant, the proprietors recommended Buzihutte. You'll need to take an inexpensive cab, but it's totally worth it. Inexpensive, authentic Austrian food tucked away in the Innsbruck woods. Service was friendly, the portions were HUGE, and the atmosphere in this hundred-plus year old restaurant was priceless. It was a highlight of our... More
I've been to the Buzihutte several times--at least once every time I have traveled to Austria. In fact, the Buzihutte is one of the things that draws me across the pond. While the locale generally is billed as a student hangout, it is far from just that in the European sense and nothing like that in the U.S. sense. The... More
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