⭐ | This most classic of all Freiburg's gourmet restaurants is the epitome of chic - it is genuinely elegant while remaining but warm and friendly at the same time. The food remains distinctly French, is based on the very best produce, and is served by old-school waiting staff.
⭐ | Chef Jürgen Koch's culinary creations are clear evidence of his passion for cooking. He focuses on regional and seasonal produce with an emphasis on strong flavours rather than frills and embellishments. Warm, friendly staff (including the owner's son), good wine recommendations, and an ambience of modern elegance amid the historic natural stone barrel vaulting.
⭐ | 100/200 promises industrial chic in an urban loft-style decor with an eye-catching open kitchen that is visible from all sides and boasts a smart Molteni oven. It's here at between 100° and 200°C - hence the name - that the chefs produce a creative surprise menu based on the "nose to tail" principle, which they then serve up themselves at stylish tree-trunk tables. Ticket-type booking system.
⭐ | What's impressive here is how the owners have created a smart, upmarket interior for this little restaurant with its almost intimate feel that is at once modern, homely and rustic. This same mix continues in the punchy cuisine, a mix of regional classics and creative flair prepared using the choicest local ingredients.
⭐ | Classy without being too formal' is the motto here and it is quite accurate! The food is modern French with international and seasonal influences and the prices offer excellent value for money. The restaurant itself is tastefully decorated with some wood panelling. The service is friendly and accomplished.
⭐ | As their guests sit comfortably at one of the beautifully laid tables in this light, stylishly elegant gourmet restaurant, the father-and-son team work together in perfect harmony in the kitchen, creating a successful mix of classic and creative dishes which are delicate, finely balanced and yet intense. The well-stocked wine list contains some 40 different bottles.
⭐ | The interior at this restaurant is classy and minimalist and the front-of-house team is young, charming and relaxed. The food is creative, sophisticated and fully flavoured and some of the tables afford a view of the kitchen. Reduced lunchtime menu for diners in a hurry.
⭐ | This restaurant is set in a pretty 400 year-old building in the centre of this lovely wine-growing village. It offers historic country charm with wooden floors, beams and waist-high panelling in a restrained elegant style. Chef Michael Philipp cooks a classic seasonal menu accompanied by excellent wine suggestions from this wife. The Baroque and Renaissance suites and one double room are available for overnight stays.
⭐ | This is the epitome of modern cuisine: subtle, harmonious and light, prepared using the very best ingredients with great skill and attention to detail and drawing on a number of different styles. It is perfectly matched by the elegant interior and friendly professional service.
⭐ | This attractive fine dining restaurant with its smart, stylishly modern interior and pleasantly relaxed atmosphere is just one of the eateries at the Kieler Kaufmann. The service is as charming as it is accomplished and the food is some of the best and most sophisticated you will find in the region.
⭐ | Not far from the its older sister, also in Japantown, you'll find "Yoshi" Nagaya's second restaurant. The cuisine on offer here is classic Japanese, the interior stylishly minimalist. Large selection of sakes. Excellent value lunchtime offering.
⭐ | A veritable institution on the River Alb. Silke and Gerd Windhösel and their team provide attentive service and seasonal, regionally influenced classic cuisine. There are no unnecessary frills and plenty of local produce is used. The interior is sedately elegant with a charming country note.
⭐ | The menu is the same here whether you eat in the smart, modern winter garden (which opens onto the terrace) or in the bistro-style bar and lounge. The food is pleasantly simple with international influences and the impressive wine list contains over 250 bottles. Reduced lunchtime menu. Brasserie menu on Monday and Tuesday evenings.