Culinary World Tour

Culinary World Tour
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Once around the world

Did you know? In Baden you can try dishes from all over the world – without having to go far. Here are some irresistible restaurant tips:

Japan: fRish

The Far East is at home in Baden in the Obere Halde: The Japanese restaurant fRish opened in house number 18 in the summer of 2018. Since then, it has been the address for fresh, hand-rolled sushi, healthy Poke bowls, homemade dim sum and steamed dumplings. "fRish" consists of the two words "fish" and "rice", the most important ingredients for sushi. All dishes are served in small portions so that you can arrange them as you wish. The friendly team will be happy to help those who are still a little uncertain when it comes to combining.


India: Kanchi

The Restaurant Kanchi is a retreat for connoisseurs of Indian food. The varied, colourful and delicious food as well as the warm and inviting atmosphere bring a little bit of India to Baden. Guests are pampered with excellent service, enjoy fresh ingredients and authentic dishes. From Monday to Friday, you can have lunch at the sumptuous buffet. In the evening, you can choose from the diverse à la carte menu. The Kanchi team puts together individual menus for special occasions, corporate parties or birthdays.


Philippines: PAPA ORO's

PAPA ORO’s celebrates authentic Philippino family recipes! The restaurant by the Weite Gasse is reminiscent of the traditional "Carinderias" and welcomes its guests directly at the food-bar. Here you get colourful, healthy and tasty bowls served with noodles, steamed or fried rice, garnished with fresh vegetables. Whether grilled chicken with lemongrass, caramelized pork or fried vegetables with tofu - PAPA ORO's food takes every guest on a tour through the depths of Manila or to the beach houses of the tropical Philippine islands. For small appetites there are hand-rolled spring rolls or freshly filled steamed dumplings. Everything is available to enjoy in the restaurant or to take-away.


Orient: Nouba Lounge

The Nouba Lounge is located in one of Baden's oldest buildings, the "Haus zum wilden Mann" (House of the Wild Man). The stately cellared vault creates a wonderful setting for the oriental lounge, decorated in a warm, muted colour palette, one feels transported into the world of 1001 nights here. On the menu, you will find delicious mezze, served on a large platter to share, in keeping with Arab heritage. The Nouba Lounge also conjures up entire menus or buffets for those with a hearty appetite and for larger groups upon request. In addition, oriental heritage is celebrated with shishas, belly dancing and various other events.


Sweden: Scandinavian Deli

Four years ago, a fresh, Nordic wind blew into the old town. The slow food „Scandinavian Deli“ offers its guests homemade "kanelbullar", the best cinnamon rolls in town. They also have delicious cakes, fresh pastries and light Scandinavian dishes such as the classic "Smørrebrød" or fine quiches based on the house's own recipe. A no-waste goal is pursued producing the delicacies. As a rule, sustainability is a top priority at Scandinavian Deli. Attached to the deli is a small boutique where you can find delightful corckery and practical wooden and kitchen items from Sweden.


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Italy: Grosser Alexander

In 2018, Walter Farsaci and Sandro Scarabelli fulfilled their dream by opening theGrosser Alexander(literally "Great Alexander") in the Untere Halde. True to their motto "simple, honest, Mediterranean", they offer Italian food of a special kind; simple dishes prepared with the best ingredients and a great deal of passion. The dishes can be paired with a wine from their exquisite selection. The pleasant atmosphere makes you feel like you're eating nonna's home cooking, which is, of course, the best kind. Good to know: the Grosser Alexander is also open on Sunday evenings.


Spain: Mira

Traditional tapas and modern finger food are the specialities at Mira. The Spanish restaurant has been delighting its guests' palates with exceptional and varied delicacies since 2011. Guests can select the combination of tapas themselves, so that every visit promises to be a new taste experience. A lovingly selected wine list completes the culinary offer. "Mira", by the way, means "have a look" in Spanish. And if you really look inside the cosy restaurant, you will spot a large board with the latest dishes and wines.


USA: Manito

The Manito restaurant is a paradise for burger fans! Made with ingredients from the region – the potatoes for the French fries, for example, come from farmer Umbricht – the burgers and fries are prepared "front of house" in an open kitchen. Seven delicious burgers are on the menu. The homemade iced tea goes with them perfectly! It's no surprise that Manito has developed into a popular meeting place in the short time since its opening in 2016. The concept surrounding Manito is well thought out. It was developed as part of Stefan Konutgan's business management studies, first as a business plan and then as a real project. It's a complete success! ALL NEW: Since October, the popular restaurant has also been available as a pop-up store at Badstrasse 16 – even more space for to taste the tasty burgers!


All the stops at a glance

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Restaurants on Sunday

Restaurants on Sunday
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The Brunch Guide

The Brunch Guide

Specialities from Baden

Specialities from Baden