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Named after Chateau Cheval Blanc, Cheval Blanc restaurant at Les Trois Rois offers Mediterranean cuisine created by Chef Peter Knogl and his team. They will tempt you with their culinary skills and the fantastic rare vintages that go with the food. This gourmet restaurant is the holder of two Michelin star and the peaceful atmosphere is greatly cherished at this restaurant. Dining on their terrace which offers mesmerizing views, is truly a romantic experience!
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.
The Kunsthalle has two faces— the brasserie-style pub with beautiful murals and lots of patina finishes (loved by students and artists for years). The second section is an exclusive restaurant, separated off by a short wall for Basel's upper crust. Both sections are served by the same team but have separate menus, both benefiting from a fusion of French and Italian cuisines. In the summer, enjoy patio dining at one of the most attractive garden restaurants in Basel.
You didn't always get an unrestricted view of the Rhine from the Gasthof Zum Goldenen Sternen. The oldest guesthouse in Basel used to stand somewhere quite different. In the summer you can sit in the garden and relax, watching the river flow by. The interior, composed mainly of halls with benches, has a medieval ambiance. The delicious fare and the impressive wine list satiates every discerning diner's taste buds!
Built in the middle of a lake, the charming and historic castle of Bottmingen offers customers a beautiful and romantic experience unlike any other. Dating back to the 14th Century, this Swiss mansion has been carefully preserved and elegantly renovated in the past few years with the opening of a fine dining restaurant, a wedding venue and lovely terrace gardens. Famous for its sumptuous French cuisine, the castle's restaurant offers a prix fixe menu along with a normal one, with dishes such as the Vivers lamb, Chateaubriand, Marinated Loch Fyne salmon, Porcini flan with parsley and the lip-smacking desserts sure to leave your taste buds in amazement and wonder. It also an excellent location for functions such as weddings, parties, corporate dinners and other events with lavishly decorated rooms seating 8 to 300 guests and an attentive, courteous service by the friendly staff. It is especially worth visiting during Christmas when the castle is lit up with stunning decorations.