Stars and much more
Gourmets are in seventh heaven in the Stuttgart region. Such a high density of star chefs seems to have inspired other restaurants as well. The diversity is enormous, and epicures face an agony of choice. Apart from the contemporary modern restaurants there are also a great many cosy Swabian inns which serve excellent regional specialities.
Food-lovers who prefer Mediterranean-style food should try the “dacapo” with its Italian flair housed in a century-old brick building. This restaurant has a pleasant park-side terrace and has been pampering guests with fine food for over 20 years. And far over the rooftops of the inner city, shoppers can take a break in Breuninger’s high-end department store to enjoy culinary delights in the lifestyle restaurant (karls) kitchen. Swabian and international dishes are prepared right in front of the guests.
Enjoy the top cuisine of Vincent Klink, television cookery show chef, winner of multiple cooking awards and occasional author, with a panorama view over the city. He is a traditionalist dedicated to the skilful preparation of only the best products. Nothing “modern” gets into the Maultaschen (homemade Swabian ravioli) at Restaurant Wielandshoehe.
At Restaurant Breitenbach, the gourmet can enjoy young cuisine: light and authentic, no matter whether Italian, French or regional. Centrally located opposite the Stuttgart main train station in the Hotel am Schlossgarten, one can also enjoy French grand cuisine at the Zirbelstube. The classy, elegant atmosphere in a luxurious environment invites guests to linger and enjoy.
At Solitude Castle, culinary diversity is offered in a historic atmosphere. Fine Swabian dishes made of fresh local products are served in many variations. With or without a Michelin star, there’s much delicious food to be had in the city and environs, whether towards the Swabian Alb or the Rems Valley. You can expect superior culinary delights for every kind of taste, even in the lower price range.
Dolce Vita in Stuttgart: da capo in Kulturpark Berg