HospitalityPrien’s culinary world is also delighted to welcome you to Chiemsee. Enjoy a cool beer in one of our traditional beer gardens or have a typical Bavarian Brotzeit in one of the numerous guesthouses that line the shoreline.
After a walk along the river Prien, visitors can pause for refreshment at the “Schützenwirt” guesthouse under the shadowy trees in the peaceful Eichental valley. Would you rather drink a coffee with a view of the hustle and bustle of town life? Then the cafes and restaurants in the town centre will be right up your street. If you are really hungry then the “Wieninger Keller” offers visitors a really traditional atmosphere. Kurcafé Heider in the marketplace is the perfect place to sip your coffee in the shadow of Prien parish church.
After hiking in the mountains or doing a long cycling tour, the “Neuer am See” confectionary is well worth a visit. Its rich selection of cakes and tarts are baked on site according to recipes handed down in the family over generations. You are also certain to find a special homemade Belgian chocolate gift to take home with you. There is also plenty for amateur cooks to discover in Prien.
Take a walk through the weekly market in Prien and discover the wide range of local products and food, or buy some fresh catch from the Chiemsee fisheries (like Chiemseefischerei Stephan). After all, this is the dish which really makes this region special. The local fish is best eaten directly at “Fischer am See”, “Fischhütte Reiter” or “Winkelfischer” after it has been grilled or smoked. The view from the restaurants only adds to the experience! For a more traditional approach, the Mesner-Stub’n in Urschalling is a must. In the middle ages, the owners were obligated to deliver the wine for masses at Prien parish church. Nowadays, you are more likely to find hearty Bavarian cuisine within its walls. From colourful Brotzeit dishes to exclusive multi-course menus – down to earth guesthouses to exclusive restaurants – It’s all waiting for you in Prien am Chiemsee.