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luxury restaurants in basel


Baselworld, the biggest jewelry and watch fair will happen from 19-26 March 2015 in Messe Basel.

Watch and jewellery curators from the world over converge at the Baselworld held in Messe Basel Switzerland to stock up on the most exotic collection of diamonds, pearls, gemstones, designer and antique jeweler as well as antique watches and the most sophisticated of chronographs. Bringing together the biggest players in the jewellery and watch making as well as retailing business, this event creates a platform for exchange of professional knowhow and helps business heads make profitable deals with international players to spread out their reach to international boundaries.

You will need some suggestions of where to eat in Basel, so we prepared a list of the best luxury hotels in Basel that you should visit and enjoy great meals. Find our list below.

Cheval Blanc 

With two Michelin stars this restaurant will surprise you with great flavours. Chef Peter Knogl, originally from Bavaria, has conquered Basel. He will surely find his way into your heart as well thanks to his delicate, perfectly presented classic cuisine with aMediterranean touch. The classy setting of the Cheval Blanc is perfectly complemented by the discreet yet attentive service directed by maître d’ Grégory Rohmer


The Brasserie in the hotel’s left wing with its elegant interior, pretty red table lamps and Rhine view is the embodiment of a lifestyle restaurant. Children in particular are sure of a great welcome here!

Bel Etage

The first floor at the Teufelhof’s ‘Art Hotel’ offers elegant rooms with lovely parquet floors and modern paintings. Michael Baader’s delicious classic cuisine relies heavily on excellent quality produce. Bel Etage is a restaurant with one Michelin star.


This restaurant is set close to Kannenfeld Park. The artwork, Art Nouveau chandeliers and 1930s-style decor create a fine setting for Erik Schröter’s innovative cuisine (evening menu with four to seven courses). It relies heavily on the choicest ingredients and the use of fresh herbs. Much simpler three-course lunch menu. Matisse also has one Michelin star.

Les Quatre Saisons

Peter Moser produces impressive, classically inspired cuisine. He uses modern techniques and textures successfully but never to excess. His food is simple and pleasantly elegant, setting off the individual components to perfection. That’s why this restaurant deserved one Michelin star. The upmarket interior and professional service are equally classy.


In this grand manor house Tanja Grandits and her husband René are continuing a great tradition in a modern style. Enjoy the stylish interior, the simple yet sumptuous tableware and linen, the excellent service and, of course, the chef’s fine, aromatic cuisine. Don’t miss the fine wines. And all together worth the Stucki two Michelin stars.

Philippe Bamas – Restaurant Sonne

Philippe Bamas offers diners his ‘Menu de L’Atelier’, alongside a number of classic and internationally influenced à la carte dishes. The striking interior is a mix of modern-style and rustic wooden benches with a view into part of the kitchen. This is a one Michelin star hotel. At this restaurant you will be able to see Boca do Lobo safe Diamond.

Which one would be your first options?