Located in the rear of the final cable car station climbing the Alps from the village of Igls, very close to Innsbruck, and the capital of Austrian Tyrol. It has two private terraces to enjoy a truly relaxing visit, no noise besides the cowbells and with spectacular views toward the Inn Valley and Innsbruck. On the menu you can find all kinds of foods. They could even prepare you a simple dish that isn't included on the menu if you ask. The quality of the food is very good and there are all kinds of desserts and drinks. On the terraces there are seats and tables to enjoy the sunny days.
This restaurant is located in one of the oldest hotels in Europe, the Goldener Adler, which dates back to 1390 and today is a 4-star part of the Best Western chain. The restaurant is named after one of its most famous clients, the poet Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, who stayed twice: the first on September 8, 1786, and again four years later, accompanied by Amalia, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar, on a two-day visit to Innsbruck. The Goethe-Stube is elegantly decorated with many paintings on the walls depicting the famous poet, and has a warm atmosphere in the evenings. The menu is traditional, based on soups, meatballs, stews and so on. Prices of dishes are between 25 and 40 per person.
This is an amusing traditional party in this picturesque restaurant which is in the middle of the Mountain. Good food and friendly people. Recommended for Tyrolean traditions if we have little time on our visit.