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The Best Restaurants to Dine at in Stuttgart

Cuisine is still the key focal point of their society, no matter where you go in the country. International Cuisine covers a wide range of cuisines from around the world, not just in terms of recipes and methods, but also in terms of the tradition, traditions, geography, faith, and locally produced ingredients that shape them. Traditional recipes are handed on from generation to generation. It also serves as a form of cultural expression. Immigrants bring their home countries’ cuisine with them everywhere they go, and preparing local dishes is a way for them to preserve their culture as they relocate. This is not an anomaly in Stuttgart. Stuttgart is the capital and most populous city of the German state of Baden-Württemberg.Here are some of the best restaurants that you can dine at while visiting Stuttgart.


Restaurant Kronprinz

It can be difficult to find a good restaurant in Stuttgart that serves Croatian cuisine, but Restaurant Kronprinz in Kernerviertel is just the spot. The restaurant’s décor is both appealing and refined, with wooden furniture and accents, as well as wine racks adorning the walls. Don’t forget to wash it all down with a bottle from the restaurant’s lengthy wine list.



At this extremely intimate, barrel-vaulted Michelin-starred restaurant, natural, integral flavours sing in specialties like red shrimp with tomato, wild herbs, and sesame and saddle of lamb with fennel, avocado, and Roman-style dumplings. The award-winning Riesling range is the product of the collaboration of chef Andreas Hettinger and dedicated sommelier Evangelos Pattas.



The restaurant Alaturka is located at 109 Olgastrasse. Look no further if you like Turkish cuisine; this is the spot for you. It’s a popular spot for its classic kebab dishes, but it can be a little expensive. Hungry mouths frequently have to wait in line to get one of their popular and delicious kebabs. But it would be unfair to limit Alaturka to their döner, whatever you want from the menu just tastes incredibly rich and tasty.



With his typical cuisine from the Turkish countryside, the urban region of the Bosporus, and anywhere in between, Aspendos exudes Turkish culture. Aspendos is distinct from other local Turkish restaurants in that it prepares its food over actual charcoal-fueled grills and has its Mediterranean fish served regularly.



Anton Gschwendtner, a young chef, works his magic at Steigenberger’s minimalist-chic, Michelin-starred restaurant. Olivo is praised for its exquisitely dressed, French-inspired specialties like Périgord goose liver with sheep’s milk yoghurt, brioche crumble, and woodruff, or wonderfully baked Breton turbot with ricotta and wild garlic.



Located near to Porscheplatz Christophorus is a restaurant that serves Mediterranean and regional cuisine as well as a wide selection of wines. This restaurant is famed for its steaks, which steak lovers adore. Make a point of trying their dry aged beef. You will not be let down. Did we note that the restaurant is housed inside the Porsche Museum? So, if you want to see any dreamcars, just get up and head over to the great Porsches shown in the museum.



Kismet serves some of Stuttgart’s finest Turkish food. The décor of the restaurant is reminiscent of Turkey, with prints of Turkish mosques and markets adorning the vividly painted orange walls. Kismet has a comfortable and upscale atmosphere with dark wooden accents and white tablecloths. Kismet’s cuisine is delicious, and the restaurant serves daily changing fixed menus in addition to a massive a la carte selection.


Super Jami

This hip, laid-back vegan deli is brightened up with comic-strip murals. Day specials with great value, such as Sri Lankan hoppers stuffed with thel dala or crispy devilled potatoes but there’s more besides that available at the restaurant for those keeping an eye on their diet such as superfood salads, wraps, chilli sin carne, Belgian waffles and the like.



Next, if you’re looking for some exotic African cuisine, we recommend making your way to Injeera restaurant close Wagnerstreet. The combo platter, which is a mix of beef, chicken, lamb, lentils, collard greens, potatoes, and okra, is the restaurant’s signature meal.


Poffers Café

Poffers Café is a charming little Dutch restaurant that serves some of Kernerviertel’s most delectable treats. The Café’s aim is to make customers happy by serving tasty Dutch-style pancakes. With white wooden chairs, fresh daisies on the table, and antique Dutch pancake pans lining the walls, the café’s ambiance is informal and cute. Visitors to the city will also be able toPoffers’ iconic Dutch pancakes can be found at one of the café’s food trucks, which are still located around Stuttgart.


Weinstube Fröhlich

This softly lit, dark-wood-paneled restaurant is an atmospheric option for well-executed Swabian and seasonally inspired cuisine, such as the rich Käsespätzle, which are egg-based noodles topped with cheese, Maultaschen, which is pork and spinach ravioli with potato salad, and venison ragout with chanterelles, as well as regional wines.


Kerns Pastetchen

Kerns Pastetchen Hohenheimer Street is an Austrian restaurant. It has an incredible wine selection, and one of its many highlights is the curry soup with shrimp. The host normally selects a recipe based on the guests’ preferences, so this is for those who enjoy individual consideration when perusing the menu.


Tarte und Törtchen

It’s worth the fast U-Bahn trip out of town to this very fabulous patisserie for desserts that are edible works of art. From strawberry tarts to zingy citrus mousses and millefeuilles, the cakes and pastries are truly decadent. With its white walls, chandeliers, and mishmash of antique chairs, it’s a petite, chic room for a leisurely breakfast.


Gaststätte zum Ackerbürger

Close Spreuergasse, there is a German restaurant named Gaststätte Zum Ackerbürger. If you go here, make sure to order the steak with hollandaise sauce and a Camembert cheese. You won’t be disappointed. This Stuttgart hidden gem serves fantastic food and has a lovely atmosphere.



Ochs’n’Willi, a warm, woody hunter’s cottage restaurant on the outskirts of twee, serves hearty Swabian and Bavarian food. Try the pork knuckles with dumplings and kraut, the perfect Maultaschen which are pasta pockets, or the thick, brothy Gaisburger Marsch which is their beef stew. There is a terrace for eating outside in the warmer months.