The region’s food and drink

Pleasure for all of the senses

Eastern Styria’sproduce is just as diverse as the region itself. ALMO®, theHirschbirne pear and apples are only some of the products that define the local cuisine. Food and drink are not just a basic need in Eastern Styria, but a true pleasure for all of the senses. From the crackling of a trout on the fire to the sweet smell of a dessert garnished with edible flowers, it’s not just the palate that is taken on a culinary journey here, but also the eyes, ears and co.

Eastern Styrian hospitality

Alongside guaranteed quality, you will enjoy a tradition that is reflected within the Eastern Styrian kitchen. Dishes have a history here. From the apple strudel, which great-grandmothers already had a secret recipe for, to the "Jause" (cold meat and cheese platter) with its homemade produce at the countless taverns, you can really taste the roots here.
Be it a local pub or gourmet restaurant, you always receive a warm welcome in Eastern Styria. See for yourself and enjoy the region’s variety, quality, tradition and attitude towards life up close.

Be it a local pub or gourmet restaurant, you always receive a warm welcome in Eastern Styria. See for yourself and enjoy the region’s variety, quality, tradition and attitude towards life up close.

Indulgence along the themed roads

Eastern Styria’s themed roads promise pure indulgence too. The Eastern Styrian Roman Wine Road invites you to stop at one of its many taverns. A hearty "Jause" platter satisfies your hunger as you work your way through the delicious wines and ciders. A traditional "Germspeise" (yeast dough pastry) is a must for dessert. You will also get to know the mysterious Abakus schnapps along the Styrian Apple Roadand learn about its history. The Apple Road has less intoxicating culinary highlights too, of course, such as baked apple dumplings and cream of apple soup.

Your gourmet journey through Eastern Styria!

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