Best of “Jochberger” mountain lamb
Kitzbuehel/Jochberg, 15. April 2014 - The main ingredient consists of lamb form a local farmer, living next door to the hotel.
The product is absolutely organic. The loin, the tongue and the sweetbread are used for this dish, accompanied with traditional Austrian side dishes.
The lamb is at home on the mountain with1800 m in the Kitzbühel Alps. The Sheppard Hermann, inhabitant of Jochberg, takes care with lots of love ofthe sheep, and even the head chef himself visits the natural living environment of the sheep to check its high quality standards. The nutrition of the sheep used only consists of juicy grass and fresh mountain water.
This dish is not using only the “most popular pieces” out of the lamb, it prepares the tongue to a “ragout” and the sweetbread to a “praline” which is baked in breadcrumb. It takes the best out of the product and serves it in a creative way.
About the Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol
Das Tirol offers 150 spacious rooms and suites with panoramic views of the surrounding mountain scenery. A particular advantage is the location of the new Kempinski hotel with its immediate proximity to the ski slopes in the middle of the extensive ski area in the Kitzbühel Alps. The 3,600 m2 spa area of the hotel offers exclusive products and a wide range of spa treatments, movement therapy, relaxation and recreation. With a total of 300 m2, the indoor and outdoor, fresh and salt water pools give plenty of space to enjoy the bathing experience. The Steinberg restaurant with up to 200 seats for the breakfast buffet and dinner and the Euro-Asian restaurant “Sra Bua by Frank Heppner” with around 40 seats provide guests with deliciousness’s. The culinary offer is complemented by a bar and a lobby with a fireplace on the first floor, the Mountain Health Bar and a café offering delicious pastries close to the entrance of the hotel.
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