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Salzburgs gourmet legacy
Goldener Hirsch

Goldener Hirsch Restaurant

Long considered a cornerstone in Salzburg's gourmet legacy, Restaurant Goldener Hirsch, with its vaulted ceiling and crest-embossed menu cards offers a unique atmosphere for a discerning community of epicureans. Fine dining is given a modern Austrian twist, fusing exquisite regional ingredients with avant-garde cooking techniques.

  • Opening hours
  • The restaurant and bar are closed until 30.11.2020.

  • Goldener Hirsch Restaurant1
Salzburg's most illustrious restaurant
The epitome of the Austrian hospitality since 1407 What was once a farrier's shop-where locals brought their horses to be shoed-has become Salzburg's most illustrious restaurant, favored by government officials, world-class performers, and members of the international high society. Unquestionably, the most prominent guest was Herbert von Karajan. The conductor who shaped the Salzburg Festival for decades had his favourite table in the corner next to the window.
Festival Hall
The simply sophisticated
Dining Room The restaurant pays homage to its humble ancestry with rustic Austrian wooden chairs and tables that harmonize with the wooden beams that cross the ceiling. Pronounced arches and white walls and recall an era of grandeur. The Austrian green is featured in the traditional waiter uniforms and table linens. Hand woven in white and green, they feature the hotel's signature stag motif.
Dining Room