Restaurant Der Gannerhof
Der GannerhofIntervillgraten, Austria
Josef MühlmannJosef Mühlmann
At the heart of this Austrian culinary hotspot is the remarkably talented chef Josef Mühlmann. The location used to be his grandfather’s farm. But Josef’s father, Alois Mühlmann, inherited the spot and decided to transform it into the ultimate fine-dining hotel restaurant.
Der Gannerhof’s cuisine
When it comes to Alpine cuisine, chef Josef Mühlmann makes the most creative dishes. It’s no surprise that his regional gourmet cuisine attracts gourmets and connoisseurs from all over the world. The menu honors Austria's culinary heritage by offering traditional dishes with an innovative twist. Gannerhof doesn’t serve vegan cuisine, but is the ideal address if you’re looking to indulge in delicious regional specialties. Good to know: the restaurant is not only open for hotel guests but also accessible for à la carte diners (from Wednesday to Sunday).
Innervillgraten & surroundings
The Gannerhof is equipped with a beautiful garden, which offers plenty of privacy and space. Next to this green oasis, you can find a (more hidden) spacious sunbathing area with a children's swing, a pond and a vegetable garden. If you’re looking for adventurous activities instead, the area provides many possibilities. During summer you can go hiking through the mountains, hop on a mountain bike and follow one of the cycling trails, or go fly fishing in Villgratenbach. In winter, it’s a great location for activities like skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing and cross-country skiing (for beginners).
Hotel restaurant Der Gannerhof in Tyrol is where old handicrafts, modern art and first-class cuisine meet. Here, absolutely everything revolves around your enjoyment and relaxation – whether you’re enjoying the food, sipping from a glass of wine or spending the night at one of the cozy hotel rooms.The hotel is furnished with the help of local craftsmen. A local carpenter made the wooden furnishings and panels from spruce and stone pine, which grow locally. The unique door locks, lamps and decorative elements were made of iron by a blacksmith from the area.
|Wednesday||17:30 - 20:30|
|Thursday||17:30 - 20:30|
|Friday||17:30 - 20:30|
|Saturday||17:30 - 20:30|
|Sunday||17:30 - 20:30|
Book a table at Josef Mühlmann
Make your dinner reservations through our website for a high-quality gastronomic experience – it’s quick and easy. Book your table here and get ready for an unforgettable culinary event.