Salieri - The Restaurant

In our à-la-carte restaurant Salieri - the restaurant, right in the center of Salzburg, Austrian and Mediterranean contrasts meet at an elevated level. Because of the special atmosphere of the historic building, the restaurant is an ideal meeting place for food lovers. A brick floor from the 17th century and a historic tiled stove together with a noble walnut paneling and an indirect light concept create a relaxed feel-good atmosphere. In the summer, the terrace in the quiet hotel garden invites you to enjoy the outdoors - a treasure in the city. In addition the Salieri restaurant is the ideal place for celebrations such as weddings, anniversaries and Christmas parties.


Finest culinary delights in Salieri - The Restaurant

Dry-Aged-Steaks

The steaks from our inhouse dry-aging room hold the promise of pure eating pleasure. Enjoy Mozart’s Best Cut (Dry-Aged T-Bone) or Salieri’s Best Cut (Dry-Aged Rib-Eye) and let a steak as tender as a little night music melt on your tongue.

Tasting Menu

For gourmets, curious explorers and individualists.

Every day, the creative kitchen team around chef de cuisine Martin Möglinger puts together an exciting menu for you. Embark on a culinary voyage  in 3 or 5 courses – if desired also in vegetarian or vegan form.


Antonio Salieri - Composer, Court Musician, Perpetrator?

Antonio Salieri was one of the most renowned composers of his time. Yet today his name is widely associated with rumours that he supposedly murdered his famous rival Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Entire films, operas and plays have been written about the alleged animosity between the two exceptionally gifted musicians. But the historical sources show that the two composers actually held each other in great esteem and even composed music together. Under no circumstances did Salieri poison his colleague Mozart. Antonio Salieri was born in Italy in 1750 and came to the imperial court in Vienna at the age of 16. Years later he was appointed the court’s official composer and musician. Salieri became a specialist in Italian opera – he composed more than 40 operas himself – and was a respected composer of sacred music. Ludwig van Beethoven, Carl Czerny and Franz Liszt were among the most famous of his pupils.