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The traditional restaurant "Gasthof zur Weissach" in Rottach-Egern offers sophisticated Bavarian cuisine. In its rustic parlours dating back to 1862, steeped in the history of Tegernsee you can discover small details of its past everywhere, especially in the Alte Stube (old parlour), which looks particularly noble with its dark wood panelling, deep red fabrics, and fine white accents.

This was where the renowned writers Ludwig Thoma and Ludwig Ganghofer sat to convers on the then current affairs in “the valley”, as the locals call the lake Tegernsee affectionately, over beer and some hearty Bavarian food. In summer our guests can enjoy our sunny terrace and beautiful view of the surrounding mountain landscape.

Opening hours

The Gasthof zur Weissach is open daily for lunch and dinner from

12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m and

6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m

Menu | Lunch

12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.


Menu | Dinner

6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.

Our daily changing 4-course gourmet menu is a culinary homage to the regional and traditional cuisine of Upper Bavaria. The menu is rounded off by selected regional, national and international wines from our wine cellar.

Price 79,50  € per person


The Gasthof zur Weissach is our renown traditional restaurant in Rottach-Egern at the Tegernsee. We offer a sophisticated, down to earth cuisine with unique subtlety.

Experience the heartful beauty of Bavarian hospitality in its delicious tastes, warm service and rustic ambience at our Gasthof zur Weissach. Our Gasthof at Tegernsee welcomes our house guests who spend their holidays in the hotel as well as gourmets from the neighbourhood.

In addition to beer, an excellent glass of wine naturally rounds up a pleasurable meal in Bavaria. Our sommelier Marcus Beetz expertly selects the wines to match your dishes creating a wonderfully round taste experience.

This is what Bavaria tastes like.


Local fish

Local fish often finds its way onto the menu at Gasthof zur Weissach. Zander, trout, whitefish, and char fresh from the nets of the Tegernsee fishermen. Caught in the morning, they are already in the kitchen of the Gasthof zur Weissach by noon. The sautéed fillet of char is served with spinach leaves and potatoes tossed in butter, while the cheeks of the zander, some other fish and crayfish tails make up our amazingly delicious "Bavarian bouillabaisse". Integrating the products of the region – that is the cuisine of our gasthof with its historic façade, at the heart of our hotel today. Today, however, even in the 150-year-old "Alte Stubn" with its restored wooden floors and beautiful carved ceilings, a fresh breeze is blowing. The menu now includes toasted farmhouse bread with guacamole or linguine with porcini mushrooms and black truffle, the wine list offers excellent wines, especially from Germany’s and Austria’s wine regions. Those who follow sommelier Marcus Beetz's recommendations will make amazing discoveries such as the Palatinate Riesling Jesuitengarten from Bassermann-Jordan, with its fruity body and subtle sweetness it perfectly fuses with the Tegernsee fish.

The cuisine, however, remains fundamentally connected to the region. As befits an established Bavarian inn, the roast pork is a matter of the heart for the young chef: "A good roast needs time and love - many people don't take that time anymore," says Korbinian Kohler.

Get in Touch

Our Service Team is happy to answer any questions and take your reservations at: or phone +49 (0) 8022/278-430.