Want to go to a region of superstar restaurants? Then, take a trip to SouthWest Germany. Baden-Wurttemberg, has 85 award-winning restaurants. The reputation of Baden-Württemberg as a connoisseur state is based not only on top gastronomy, but on a broad, unique base of high-quality, home-style restaurants. In these restaurants quality and regionality are both an obligation and an incentive. Best proof of this: an overwhelming proportion of the restaurants that were awarded the Bib Gourmand by the Michelin Guide – for “carefully prepared, inexpensive meals” – are based in Baden-Württemberg. In SouthWest Germany, enjoyment always means beer, Schnapps and wine.
Here are suggestions for a visit:
- Since 1951, Breuninger Confiserie has offered excellent pastry that is part tradition and part innovation. For a unique pleasurable experience, the sweet delicacies are made fresh every day in the store’s in-house manufactory. The (karls)kitchen is Breuninger’s restaurant above the roofs of Stuttgart. The menu offers beloved regional classics as well as seasonal dishes from all over the world.
- Amidst a beautiful national park deep in the Black Forest, the tiny town of Baiersbronn with 15,000 people and home to 11 Michelin stars. Six star restaurants with a total of 11 Michelin stars are located in the Baiersbronn and the surrounding Black Forest National Park Region.The restaurants are: The Schwarzwaldstube in the Hotel Traube Tonbach (3 Michelin stars), the Restaurant Bareiss in the Hotel Bareiss (3 Michelin stars), Traube Tonbach’s new one Michelin star”1789″ (former Köhlerstube), the gourmet restaurant Schlossberg in the Hotel Sackmann (1 Michelin star), “Le Pavillon” in the Hotel Dollenberg in Bad Peterstal-Griesbach (2 Michelin stars) and Werner’s Restaurant in the Hotel Schloss Eberstein in Gernsbach (1 Michelin star). It is an extraordinary concentration of gourmet prowess.