Kaiserbründl, run by the Gredler family, is a good standby for a broad range of local and international dishes and a lively crowd. The restaurant sits centrally at street level in the Marktplatz. Around 6pm, skiers start to trickle in for a bite to eat after an hour or two of après ski cocktails. During our visit, a group of locals and a few Americans hovered around the bar getting refills of Kaiser beer while "Pretty Woman" and other oldies played in the background. In the summertime, guests can dine on a patio outdoors.
Two beers appeared on the table almost immediately after we took our seats and began to browse a menu that started with salads, soups, and appetizers which range in price from 40 to 105 AS ($3.15-$8.26). Grilled entrées, including venison, range from 110-190 AS ($8.66-$15). Some Italian and even Indian dishes are also featured.
We ordered hearty meat dishes. First, a gratinéed fillet of pork with a heavy sauce, served with broccoli and potato croquettes (deep fried potatoes loaded with butter) and artistically garnished with slices of peach and pear. Then, a skillet of pan-fried beef tips with mushrooms and sweet peppers served in a creamy, stroganoff-like sauce. The portions were extra large and the food was rich in butter and cream, so needless to say we filled up well before our plates were clean.
Kaiserbründl, Marktplatz 206, tel. 5285/62552
Rating: Quality: 12/20, Value: 14/20
- Population: 3000 residents; 8900 guest beds
- Altitude: 650 meters, 2,133 feet
- Munich airport 2.5 hours by car
- Salzburg 2.5 hours by car
- 2 hours by train
- Innsbruck 1 hour by car
- 50 minutes by train
Rail Connections: Jenbach, at the entrance to the Ziller Valley, is on the main line from Innsbruck, Salzburg, and Munich. Change there for the Zillertalbahn which terminates at Mayrhofen.
Information current as of March 1998.
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