Food & Drink
A sparkling, perfectly cooled glass of Champagne with a view of the elegant Kurhaus scenery in the evening sun, a romantic candlelit dinner at an exceptional gourmet restaurant, delectable Baden cake at a traditional wine tavern: when it comes to cuisine, Baden-Baden has quite a few surprises up its sleeve – and there’s good reason. That’s because the elegant town on the banks of Oos River is located in the middle of the culinary state of Baden-Württemberg, home to exquisite cuisine, exceptional wines, premium beers and a whole host of celebrity chefs. A sophisticated lifestyle is therefore a matter of course in Baden-Baden.
Thanks to a passion for culinary indulgence, it’s no coincidence that the guilds of chefs, confectioners and restaurateurs in Baden-Baden have often received coveted awards. Baden-Baden is home to three starred restaurants: Brenners Park Restaurant, Le Jardin de France and Röttele’s Restaurant at Neuweier Castle. And the awards just keep coming throughout the town:
Paul Stradner, chef at Brenners Park Restaurant, was named ‘Aufsteiger des Jahres 2016’ (Beginner of the Year) by Gault-Millau. In 2015, the restaurant received its second Michelin star.
According to 'Der Feinschmecker', one of the most important German-language food magazines, Le Bistro in Sophienstrasse is one of the ‘best restaurants for every day 2015/2016’.
Café König in Lichtentaler Strasse was also acknowledge by 'Der Feinschmecker' magazine, receiving the title ‘Best cafe in Baden-Württemberg’ in 2014 for ‘genuine baking culture, carried out with love and expertise’.
You can look forward to both high-calibre and varied restaurants and cafes in Baden-Baden. You’re sure to find just the right place for any tastes or time of day, whether it’s a light snack, a meal for a special occasion, a cosy coffee or tea break, or a superb cocktail.