Culinary delights from the Tyrolean inn kitchen
The Jodlbühel is one of the oldest and most traditional inns in Jochberg. A lovingly laid table, a traditional menu and attentive service are the introduction to culinary pleasure. Be a guest in the historic guest rooms or on the sun terrace under the 100-year-old linden tree. The Jodlbühl serves culinary delights from Tyrolean inn cuisine. Regional delicacies spoil your palate and make the pleasure experience perfect.
Autumn dish 2022
Viennese Schnitzel of veal from the pan with roasted potatoes
For over 24 years, Tomas has been cooking classics at Gasthof Jodlbühel, such as Wiener Schnitzel with mayonnaise potato salad - the fall dish of 2022 - or Topfenpalatschinken, based on the recipes of Herta, Ursula Reisch's mother. For lovers of meatless dishes, the Jodlbühel menu also offers real delicacies, from Kasspatzl to grilled pike-perch fillet with stewed tomato cubes, a variety is offered.
There are a total of five cozy parlors at the traditional Jodlbühl inn, where guests can feel at home, celebrate or simply enjoy a leisurely evening with Tyrolean classics and good company.
The name Jodlbühel is derived from the word Jodl, which means the slope, and bühel, the small hill. In 1913 the Aufschnaiter family acquired the property and a shooting range and a wooden bowling alley were built. In 1996 the parents handed over the Jodlbühel to their daughter Ursula. Ursula and her husband Franz Reisch, a great-grandson of ski pioneer Franz Reisch, added to it in 2005. For some years now, their children Franziska and Hans-Peter have been actively involved in the management of the Landhotel Jodlbühel and Alpenhaus on the Kitzbüheler Horn.
In the midst of the Kitzbühel Alps, you can experience unforgettable vacations - culinary taste experiences included!