Gasthof Hotel Weißes Rössl Review - Innsbruck, Austria

Gasthof Hotel Weißes Rössl
Kiebachgasse 8
6020 Innsbruck

Austria is bordered by majestic Alpine mountains and filled with decorated towns like Innsbruck with baroque architecture. It is also the home country of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Heinrich Harrer, and Maria von Trapp each of whom have inspired films to be made based on their lives.

The Gasthof “Guesthouse” hotel is near the center of the city. It was easy to find using GPS and there was plenty of seating to be found. The non-extensive menu is only in German, but the waitress was easily able to translate the items into English for us. We also were able to use the google translate app to get a pretty good idea.  Some other items like “feuerfleck” translated as fire fish, but it was actually a type of flat bread.  

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We ordered a flatbread with salmon, spinach, sheep cheese, and arugula. Usually it comes with either salmon and arugula OR spinach and sheep cheese. We asked the waitress if we could have salmon with spinach instead of arugula, but there must have been some miscommunication and we ended up with all four toppings. It still turned out well and the ingredients were fresh and delicious.

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We also tried the elderberry flavored water. It came with a slice of lemon and was light and refreshing. The winner of the meal was the dessert though! Warm apple strudel with vanilla sauce was a lovely way to finish the experience.

If you’re visiting in summer, definitely grab an outside table as it can get fairly warm inside.

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