Find out what International restaurants to try in Karlsruhe. In 1715, margrave Karl III Wilhelm decided he needed more space than he had in Durlach, so he moved his capital to Karlsruhe and had it designed in circular spokes around his new palace. Because of its unique radial shape, Karlsruhe is sometimes called the “fan city.” Home to Germany’s most important federal courts, the city accordingly teems with civil servants. Karlsruhe Schloss (castle) was badly damaged in World War II, but was rebuilt and is now home to the Badisches Landesmuseum.
Things to do in Karlsruhe
4 based on 86 reviews
Kais Pizza is located "on" the bridge in the center of Karlsruhe. Our aim is to make the best pizza in town. Therefor we use mostly bio-product and lots of love :) Besides bio-products we a large selection of vegan an vegetarian products. Glutenfree Pizza
If you want to sit down to enjoy a delicious pizza, there are many better options nearby (Il Caminetto, La Corona, ...). Kais Pizza specializes on Pizza delivery rather than culinary art. They manufacture large quantities of Pizza in a quasi-factory style. Still, the quality is acceptable, and small surprise that they are faster than the better restaurants, so during the last ten years, i chose to go to Kais Pizza several times when i was in a particular hurry or when other places were closed.
4 based on 56 reviews
always crowded, a wide variety of beer and amazing burgers, and don't get me started on the chocolate fudge, was great.Recommended definitely in weekdays, prices are really cheap compared to the taste, size and quality. I ate the 339GM of beef and add some jalapeÃ±os and chilli sauce, and drank a Sierra Nevada Tornado, perfect Wednesday night out.
4 based on 79 reviews
Excellent wines, very good service, good food, and ambiente really nice. I spent here one business dinner and the atmosphere was excellent
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