Vegan cuisine on the Hochkönig
Vegetable indulgence in the Salzburger Land
We would like to offer our guests the possibility of vegan catering during their stay.
Our main focus is on regional and high-quality products, most of which are also non-vegan products from selected producers in the region, but we still want vegan guests to feel comfortable with us.
Every day, our kitchen offers a vegetarian version of the changing Genusswirt menu, which we then prepare vegan. Please be assured that we do our best, but that we are not a vegan hotel and do not specialise in vegan cuisine or the finesse to go with it.
Therefore, it is best to inform us of any special requests before your holiday, so that we can prepare well to offer everything on site that is dear to you and serves the well-being of your plant-based cuisine.
Vegan at the Hotel Bergheimat
Veganism is booming. The vegan lifestyle finds more and more followers and enjoys great media presence. Some huts in the Hochkönig region have already reacted to this trend and serve, in addition to meat dumplings, Käsespätzle (tiny dumplings with cheese) and other Pinzgau delicacies, dishes that are free from any animal products. The menu at Hotel Bergheimat has also been enhanced with new vegan meals in oder to satisfy our vegan guests.
Vegan also in the alpine huts
Vegan and health-conscious mountain fans will rejoice: vegan dishes found their way on the menus of selected alpine huts in the Hochkönig region. Enjoy delicious sesame falafels with hummus and salad or lentil stew with fried onions and bread in order to recharge your batteries for the next day of skiing or hiking on the Hochkönig. Indulge in vegan cocktails with a good conscious and enjoy.
The following huts on the Hochkönig offer vegan delicacies for your indulgence:
- Steinbockalm (Hochmais/Sinalcobahn)
- Zachhofalm (Dachegg)
- Wastlalm (Aberg)
- Bärmooshütte (Abergbahn cable car)
- Tischlerhütte (Aberg/Schönangerbahn cable car)
A trend climbs a mountain
It can hardly be ignored that the vegan diet has already left the “dusty old seed corner” and has become a true lifestyle trend. The famous and successful vegan chef Attila Hildmann has definitely contributed a great part to this movement. His creations were in parts inspiration for the vegan delicacies on the Hochkönig. Passing the cliché of doctrinal ascetics: today's vegans are sportive and health-conscious. In cities vegan culinary offers spring up everywhere, and even the last “hearty meat bastions” - the ski huts on the mountains - have been taken over by the vegan wave.
Come to the Salzburger Land and you will spend a holiday that also meets your culinary wishes. Send us your no obligation holiday enquiry today for your stay at Hotel Bergheimat. The team will immediately reply with an individual offer.