The Best Breakfast Spots in Tirol

18.10.2017ChristinaChristina

According to my Mum, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In my early years, I didn’t always agree. Today, however, I love breakfast all the more.

So if it’s given that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, why not have it be the most delicious? These places around Innsbruck are the best spots to start your morning with a kick of flavour. Plus, there are great places to have breakfast all across the country.

I have asked my friends and colleagues for their favourite breakfast spots in Tirol. So if you want the best edible start to your best day ever, here are the places you need to hit in Tirol. (Additional ones will be regularly added, so check back for more to come.)

Cafie in Imst – www.mycafie.com

Ambiance:
Tucked away in a shoebox of a restaurant, Cafie serves fabulous, healthy fare with some international influences. An eclectic, industrial, contemporary and vintage mixing style, this place caters to body, mind and spirit. There are regular events on health, nutrition and wellbeing. The atmosphere is friendly, relaxing and you will feel good sitting here on mismatched chairs. Using local produce and ingredients, it’ll be a good breakfast and a good lunch. Oh, and it’ll be open for brunch on Saturdays.

Breakfast Menu:
From the bread breakfast for small cravings (€ 3.90 per person) to all extras and add-ups you can imagine there’s something for big appetites and everything in between. The Cafie Saturday Brunch is € 17.90 per person, hot drinks are extra.

Breakfast Specials:
You can create your very own breakfast at Cafie.

Exciting Breakfast Items:
Sweet amaranth porridge with honey pops & fresh fruits for € 5.10

Must-Try:
This amazing porridge, sweet, fruity and playfully over the top.

Breakfast Hours:
Mondays to Fridays 08:00am to 10:30am; brunch is served Saturdays from 09:00am to 2:00pm; closed on Sundays.

Reservations:
Online at Cafie Reservations or call +43.660.4338078

Why? Because I want to feel the spirit!

Recommended by: Christian K.

Land Ei – The Breakfast Café in Mieming – www.landei.tirol

Ambiance:
The bright and friendly style of this homey Café adds an extra layer of interest. There are small tables and you’ll find a fabulous buffet breakfast. You can either have your own choice from the buffet or order your option from your table. This breakfast spot offers an eclectic menu of everything from ham, cheese, butter, jams, marmalades, and muesli to more non-traditional morning fare like hummus spread. Land Ei literally means ‘farm egg’ (or ‘country wench’) and the humble ovum is put on a pedestal here, with smiling faces.

Breakfast Menu:
From the breakfast plate for small cravings (€ 4.50 per person) to the “Good Morning Buffet” for big appetites (€ 10.90 per person) and everything in between. Sunday Brunch is € 14.90 per person, little ones get discounts.

Breakfast Specials:
“Andreas Hofer Plate“, a Tirol-style breakfast with mountain cheese and bacon is € 8.90 per person

Special for Two:
Breakfast for Lovers (includes two glasses of sparkling prosecco) for € 31.80

Exciting Breakfast Items:
Bel Mondo Tres Tschik” (to be enjoyed outdoors): One espresso and one breakfast cigarette (Parisienne) for € 2.60 per person

Must-Try:
“Habibi” yogurt with nuts and honey, butter, feta cheese, olives, hummus spread with parsley, tomatoes with onion, white and black bread for € 8.90 per person

Breakfast Hours:
Mondays to Saturdays from 7:30am to 1:00pm, Sundays from 7:30am to 6:00pm, closed on Tuesdays.

Reservations:
Daily except Tuesdays from 7:30am to 4:00pm; please call +43.5264.525952
If you want to bring family and/or friends, you can rent their lovely ‘Stüberl’ that seats up to 20 people.

Why? Because I am a country wench who loves farm eggs.

Recommended by: Martina K.

Morgenbrot in Hall – www.morgenbrot.at

Ambiance:
The eclectic interior is filled with mismatched tables and seats and the atmosphere is friendly and colourful with a living room vibe. This is a lovely place to watch the world go by. The owners source local ingredients for their comfort-food-with-a-twist, such as milk and eggs from a neighbouring farm and freshly baked breads from Bäckerei Wachtler. Delectable dishes include homemade cakes, Belgian waffles, fresh fruit, arugula, dry-cured ham, the whole nine yards… Grab a steaming cup of freshly brewed Coffee Kult coffee, arguably the best coffee in town. Want to know what the name means? “Morgenbrot”, literally ‘morning bread’, was the German name for breakfast until the 15th century.

Breakfast Menu:
“Rucki Zucki” for small cravings (€ 3.80 per person); “Tischlein deck dich” (‘The Wishing-Table’) for big appetites (€ 17.90 per person)

Breakfast Specials:
“Don Camillo” Italian specialties for € 13.00 per person

Exciting Breakfast Items:
“Süßes Mäulchen” (‘Sweet Tooth’) is divine for those who are looking for something sweet: A mighty fine croissant with jam, Nutella and fruit yogurt for € 7.90 per person.

Must-Try:
“Hatschi Bratschi” Oriental-style breakfast with quark dumplings is € 10.70 per person

Breakfast Hours:
They serve breakfast as long as they’re open: Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from 8:30am to 6:00pm, Saturdays and Sundays from 8:30am to 12:30pm, closed on Wednesdays.

Reservations:
Please call +43.699.17226057 or visit www.morgenbrot.at

Why? Because it looks totally inviting.

Recommended by: Karin D.

Nani Kaffee & Konzept in Söll – www.kaffeenani.com

Ambiance:
Attention to detail? You bet. It’s casual, hip and homey, with a great patio room for enjoyable brunching. The tiny Concept Store next door sells interesting pieces to fill your dwellings, from tableware and serving ware to home accessories, unique gifts and jewellery. Combining a café with retail in the one space is a new and very exciting concept. It provides customers with that true lifestyle experience of being able to both shop and relax with friends over a coffee. The great-grandparents of today’s owner Simone operated a coffeehouse in those very rooms more than 50 years ago. The name “Nani” is homage to Simone’s grandma, who was upbeat, positive and relaxed—and who always had time for others. Sounds like a nice concept for a breakfast spot to me.

Breakfast Menu:
“Strizi” for small cravings (€ 5.40 per person); “Springingal” for big appetites (€ 12.80 per person)

Special for Two:
„Di & Mi“ (“You & Me”) with prosecco is € 28.60 for two

Breakfast Specials:
“Gstiaschte” with butter, jam, honey, sliced meats, egg and cheese is € 9.80 per person

Exciting Breakfast Items:
Drinks with a difference, such as rose lemonade or mango lemonade (€ 3.00)

Must-Try:
“Chemex” is a very special pour-over style coffee – devotees claim Chemex coffee to be the best of the world. Enjoy finest African Arabica beans prepared pour over brewing and served in a sleek hourglass shaped glass vessel with a stunning wood collar.

Breakfast Hours:
Thursdays to Mondays 8:30am to 6:00pm; Tuesdays 8:30am to 2:00pm. Closed on Wednesdays.

Reservations:
Please call +43.660.3017239

Why? Because I have to try that granny-style slow drip pour over coffee.

Recommended by: Martina N.

Café Genuss in Alpbach – www.cafe-genuss.at

Ambiance:
A warm and inviting place in shabby chic style with adjoining Concept Store where you can shop for the lovely decorations afterwards. It’s something people are really enjoying, it’s like going on a holiday, they say. Owners Manuela and Andreas are very attentive and want you to walk away happy. They love the food they serve, such as Italian bruschetta and tramezzini sandwiches, garden fresh vegetables with sweet chili, radish breads, quiches, various spreads, homemade cakes and killer pastries to name but a few. Not your ordinary breakfast buffet.

Breakfast Menu:
For small cravings, choose from the à la carte menu, e. g. Swedish bread with freshly smoked salmon, onions & fried egg. If you want to have it all, opt for the “Genuss Buffet” that includes one hot drink, juices of your choice and a soft-boiled egg for € 19.00 per person.

Breakfast Specials:
“Ham & Eggs on Toast with Baked Beans”

Exciting Breakfast Items:
“Die lustige Rosa” (‘Funny Rose’) stands for prosecoo with rose petals

Must-Try:
Prosecco with strawberry, named “süffige Agnes” (‘tippling Agnes’)

Breakfast Hours:
Wednesdays to Sundays from 8:30am to 12:00 noon. Homemade cakes and coffee, cool drinks and small bites are served Fridays and Saturdays from 2:30pm to 5:30pm.

Reservations:
are essential; please call +43.699.10403 773

Why? Because I like going on a holiday.

Recommended by: Christina M.

Christina

With passion for the detail—and with a twinkle in her eye, Christina Schwemberger takes you on a journey to meet amazing people, visit interesting places, and experience all that Tirol has to offer.

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