PURA ALM: Austrian cooking deliciously simpleViennese Schnitzel and Kaiserschmarrn in ADAPURA Wagrain
In the Restaurant PURA ALM you can feast your way through the many facets of Austrian cooking. We deliberately cook the traditional dishes the way a local grandmother would make them for you. Simplicity is the elegance in the delicacies from Austria. Usually, it doesn't take much to put some great food on the table. Viennese Schnitzel, Kaiserschmarrn or pressed cheese dumplings: hearty classics and famous sweet dishes, freshly and deliciously prepared, will make you as a guest rave. The good local beers and Austrian wines are something you just have to sample. Austria is known for its high-quality food and beverages. Vegetables straight from the farm, bacon and cheese from the alpine pastures and organic products are the hallmarks of our country.
The PURA ALM is designed with plenty of wood to suit the traditional Salzburgerland. A warm lodge ambience lets you experience your holiday surroundings in the ADAPURA in Wagrain in all details once more. Arranged in communicative buffet style, stuffy boredom doesn't stand a chance.
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Good to know
In Austria, just as in the home of our 4**** Hotel ADAPURA in Salzburgerland, there are many oddities when it comes to food and drink. Let us explain three famous specialties:
Where does the name Kaiserschmarrn come from?
There are many myth-enshrouded stories centred around Kaiserschmarrn (sugared pancake with raisins). And they all revolve around one person: Emperor Franz Joseph I. (1830-1916) just loved this tasty, cooked dessert. One nice version goes like this: A simple peasant family got an unexpected visit by Emperor Franz l., who lost his way while hunting and got surprised by poor weather. The farmwoman used what little she had at home to cook up a sweet dish for the Emperor.
He was impressed by the dish and praised the her, whereupon she said: "Oh, but it's just a Schmarrn (nonsense)." The Emperor replied: "Yes, but a real Kaiserschmarrn (Emperor's nonsense)."
Why are the Salzburger Nockerl (dumplings) called Salzburger Nockerl?
Nockerl comes from their dumpling-like shape. Usually, it's three large dumplings, which in local lore stand for the three Salzburg local mountains: Mönchsberg, Kapuzinerberg and Gaisberg.
What does Damenspitz mean?
You know it and have probably experienced it yourself before. Damenspitz is the state of being almost half-drunk, which leads straight to being nicely drunk. Cheers!