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Les Trois Rois Brasserie at Les Trois Rois Hotel is a great meeting place for friends. Whether you walk into this authentic brassiere for breakfast or dinner, the French and Swiss cuisine will not fail to satisfy. If you're lucky enough to find a table by the window, the beautiful view of the Rhine will definitely make it a meal worth remembering. Be sure to try the Gran Cru Risotto, burrata and signature seasonal seafood dishes, and top it off with a simply outstanding dessert. Apart from the food, this place is also known for its impeccable cocktails and Swiss wines.
Dine in cozy rooms or choose the elegant option; good international cuisine.
Topas is a Jewish restaurant that is best known for its kosher recipes. This simple restaurant can be found in the basement of the Jewish community building of the city. Meals are served from midday, and the daily-changing menu also has a vegetarian option. They have a selected wine for the month, and it's available to take away. With the large range of kosher dishes on offer, you can also order specialties like dumpling soup. There is also a catering and party service available. On the Sabbath, only bookings with pre-payment are entertained.
Chez Donati is an old Italian meeting place for the artists in Basel. Well known for its artistic decor, the restaurant emphasizes on food from the region of Piedmont. Classic as well as contemporary Italian food is served here. The wood paneled walls, neutral color, Murano chandeliers and modern art on the walls set the ambiance. You will find signed works by Andy Warhol, Jean Tinguely and Jean Michel Basquiat hanging on the walls. The chefs are well known for their Antipasti and Osso Buco and their specialty is Braised beef and fresh fish.
Stop by for some delicious tapas at Don Pincho, in the quaint old city of Basel. Cool interiors with a classic touch and music to match your moods are what you can expect. Spanish wine rules here, so you can't really ignore it. Bookings are recommended if you're planning any party or business event. Hang out with friends to chat away the blues, or set your sights on a Swiss miss!
Following the complete redevelopment of the former Quartierkneipe, the high level of beer consumption has been replaced with Italian cuisine in the form of the Zagara restaurant. The large windows allow a lot of light in, and the interior is consciously, but not ostentatiously stylish, as can be seen in the white tablecloths with the restaurant's name embroidered on them. The dishes of the day are those in which the creativity of the kitchen is concentrated. You have to try the desserts - the Panna Cotta is amazing. The wine card is unspectacular, but reasonable.