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Awarded gourmet restaurants

Every autumn, the Austrian gourmet guide Gault Millau crowns the most outstanding Tyrolean restaurants.

The scale ranges from 0 to 20 points, with 19.5 points as the "highest mark for the world's best restaurants" (5 toques). 20 points are traditionally not awarded, as these signify perfection.

In the 2021 edition, 99 gourmet restaurants in Tyrol were awarded the coveted toques (from 716 awarded restaurants in Austria). Below you find all gourmet restaurants with at least 3 toques:


4 toques (18.5 to 17 points):

  • Restaurant Stüva, Ischgl
    chef de cuisine: Benjamin Parth

  • Paznaunerstube, Ischgl
    chef de cuisine: Martin Sieberer

  • Restaurant Stiar, Ischgl
    chef de cuisine: Gunther Döberl

  • Restaurant Interalpen Chef's Table, Telfs-Buchen
    chef de cuisine: Mario Döring

  • Hubertus Stube, Neustift im Stubaital
    chef de cuisine: Boris Meyer


3 toques (16.5 to 15 points):

  • Restaurant Der Gannerhof, Innervillgraten
    chefs de cuisine: Martin Mühlmann & David Senfter

  • Sigwart's Tiroler Weinstuben, Brixlegg
    chef de cuisine: Traudi Sigwart

  • Gründler's Gourmetstüberl, Achenkirch
    chefs de cuisine: Armin & Alexander Gründler

  • Restaurant Tenzo, Achenkirch
    chef de cuisine: Fabian Leinich

  • Sonnenhof's Gourmetstube, Grän
    chefs de cuisine: Patrick Müller & Daniel Walch

  • Alpin Gourmet Stube, St. Anton am Arlberg
    chef de cuisine: Paul Markovics

  • Raffl's Stubn, St. Anton am Arlberg
    chefs de cuisine: Patrick & Stefan Sagmeister

  • Restaurant Fliana Gourmet, Ischgl
    chef de cuisine: Andreas Spitzer

  • Restaurant Sieberer's Heimatbühne, Ischgl
    chef de cuisine: Martin Sieberer

  • Restaurant Die Sportalm, Kirchberg in Tirol
    chef de cuisine: Bernhard Hochkogler

  • Restaurant Saluti, Matrei in Osttirol
    chef de cuisine: Ernst Moser

  • Restaurant Schaufelspitz, Neustift im Stubaital
    chef de cuisine: David Kostner

  • Zirbenstube Postamt, Steeg
    chef de cuisine: Florian Obwegeser


In addition to the above-mentioned awards, the gourmet guide also crowned the "Best Tyrolean Alpine Huts" in five categories and awarded special prizes:


Best Alpine Huts in Winter:

  • Holzalm, Hochfügen im Zillertal
  • Alpe Stalle, St. Jakob in Defereggen
  • Hospiz Alm, St. Anton am Arlberg
  • Rodel Toni, Pill bei Schwaz
  • Panorama-Alm, Jochberg

Best Alpine Huts in Summer:

  • Kellerjochhütte, Schwaz
  • Ramolhaus, Obergurgl
  • Karlsbader Hütte, Kals am Grossglockner
  • Frankalm, Brixen im Thale
  • Taubenseehütte, Kössen

Best Alpine Huts for Gourmets:

  • Juifenalm, Sellrain
  • Armelen Hütte, Oetz
  • Zottahof, Alpbach
  • Seealm Hög, Serfaus
  • Glungezer Hütte, Tulfes

Best Alpine Huts for the Family:

  • Älpele, Tannheim
  • Wimmertalalm, Gerlos
  • Mutterer Alm, Mutters
  • Seealm Hög, Serfaus
  • Kammerköralm, Waidring

Best Alpine Huts with own products:

  • Hechahof, Brixlegg
  • Schneetalalm, Nesselwängle
  • Aussermelag Alm, Hall in Tirol
  • Rotmoosalm, Leutasch
  • Edenbachalm, Haldensee

Special prizes Gault Millau:

  • Patissier of the Year 2021:
    Michael Hollaus, Interalpen, Chefs Table, Telfs-Buchen

  • Hotelier of the Year 2021 (Hotel):
    Katharina & Franz-Josef Perauer, Zillertalerhof, Mayrhofen

  • Discovery of the Year 2021 (Hotel):
    Mari Pop, Ried im Zillertal


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