Zum Alten Stephan
Restaurant Zum Alten Stephan
Zum Alten StephanSolothurn, Switzerland
Stefan BaderStefan Bader
Chef de cuisine Stefan Bader assures that his dishes at Zum Alten Stephan restaurant will deliver first-class quality. He started his career as an apprentice under star chef Andy Zaugg. He then worked in the Krebs restaurant in Grenchen with Emil Blümli and in the Kreuz restaurant in Kriegstetten with Urs Bucher.
Zum Alten Stephan’s cuisine
The motto in old Stephan's kitchen is: “Simple, but really good.” The word “simple” stands for straightforward culinary art. The main focus on the plate should not be lavishly decorated and spectacular tiny items, but first-class, professionally prepared food. “Really good” relates to flavor, a trait that is central at Zum Alten Stephan in the work of chef Stefan Bader. For the purchase of his ingredients, he has an extensive network of high-quality producers to rely on.
History in the heart of Solothurn
Zum Alten Stephan restaurant is the oldest restaurant in the heart of Solothurn. Nowadays, instead of market guests coming and going, restaurant guests include those who want to spend a few pleasant hours in a relaxed atmosphere. Solothurn has a lot to offer its visitors. Various cultural events are held throughout the year in the town, including Solothurn Film and Literature Days. A few of the museums include the History Museum and the Natural History Museum, world-renowned in their respective fields.
|Tuesday||11:30 - 13:30||18:00 - 22:00|
|Wednesday||11:30 - 13:30||18:00 - 22:00|
|Thursday||11:30 - 13:30||18:00 - 22:00|
|Friday||11:30 - 13:30||18:00 - 22:00|
|Saturday||11:30 - 13:30||18:00 - 22:00|
MASTERCARD PRICELESS EXPERIENCE
If you refer to Mastercard Priceless Experience when making your reservation, we will give you a bar of our homemade chocolate.
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