Imst Austria is one of Europe’s prime winter sports areas. They have several ski areas, the worlds longest alpine coaster (3.5 km), night sledding, high class shopping, and luxury hotels.
After a long day on the slopes, a warm and inviting meal is just what you need. If you’re in Imst, don’t miss out on a chance to eat at Qing. This Asian restaurant is off the beaten path, surrounded by apartment complexes and away from the center of town, but the food is worthy of downtown LA.
A motto on their menu goes “To eat consciously, is to live consciously.”
They seek only only the finest, freshest ingredients, and prepare their dishes in an Austrian wok stove, as ordered. Sometimes the preparations can take a bit longer than some other restaurants, so enjoy yourself over a specialty cocktail, a bottle of wine, or imported Asian brews.
Main courses will cost between 8-17€. They offer soups, salads, sushi, and Qing’s specials. Try the pan-fried lamb loin with spicy marinade and onions on a cast iron plate.
All dishes come with a personalized ethnic fusion, friendly staff, and belly satisfying flavor. You’ll definitely want to eat here again.
Photo Source: Qing