Best French restaurants nearby. Discover the best French food in Liestal. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for French restaurants near you.. Liestal (formerly Liesthal, IPA: [ˈliə̯ʃd̥l̩]) is the capital of Liestal District and the canton of Basel-Landschaft in Switzerland, 17 km (11 mi) south of Basel.
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4 based on 89 reviews
The charming oasis in the Basel region Untouched nature, seasonal culinary delights and warm hospitality: At Bad Schauenburg you will find a charming oasis that awakens all senses. Nestled in one of the most charming areas of the Basel region, restaurants
The place undergone full renovation, only opened two weeks ago. It is splendid. The rooms are beautiful and very comfortable. Beds are as great as at home, maybe better. Excellent bed linens and blankets. Very nice restaurant, great selection of wines. Great for private dinners and small seminars.
5 based on 34 reviews
The "Baselbuieter StÃ¼bli" since 1926 was in the restaurant "Escale", in the head construction of the exibition building Basel. Traditional assembled there at the âThe Baselbieter Dayâ of the "Muba" the political top brass of the land canton and some journ
I booked a table here thanks to an advice and got rewarded with a very good dinner: relaxed atmosphere, delicious food, friendly service. The restaurant comprises of two rooms: the bright âTaverneâ and the wooden âStÃ¼bliâ. I sat in the latter - a cozy and beautiful dining room. Congrats to the waiter - Mr Hartmann - for his welcoming, smiling and efficient service during the entire dinner. The menu puts focus on popular and traditional Swiss specialties. As I visited during game season, the menu also included venison dishes. As starter I chose the fagottini with truffles and truffle oil - delicate and delicious. As main course I had the deer schnitzel served with all the trimmings. Tasty and very generous portion. Unreasonably I indulged myself with a homemade Nougat-Parfait as dessert. Very good, indeed. On the downside prices are on the higher side, reflecting the proximity to Basel. The bill amounted to CHF84 - admittedly not to everyoneâs budget, but the great food and even greater service are well worth it.
5 based on 123 reviews
Melanie and Denis Schmidt, as Swiss/Alsatian, couple opened this restaurant four months ago. They have things very well honed, and leMurenberg is definitely worth visiting. The food was outstanding on the slow August evening we visited, the service friendly and the wines personal, coming in some cases (Riesling and Muscat) from M Schmidt's cousin's vineyard. The two of us had the three-course menu surprise, consisting of an excellent fish carpaccio first course and a main course tailored to our individual desires (fish/meat) and an imaginative fruit dominated mille feulle dessert. It is unusual to get bavette (skirt) in Switzerland, and this would make any French chef proud, as would the amuse bouche, which so often just a formality. Ullli10âs Tripadvisorâs review of 28 May is spot on. The total bill of CHF 200 meant that the quality/cost ratio was good. This couple deserves to succeed.
4 based on 56 reviews
We had our lunch on a nice terrace nearby a playground for kids. The products were very nice and served with nice wine. I would recommend visiting this place focus on the product quality and originality.
...an Schnitzel und Cordon Bleu in allen erdenklichen Variationen findet man im Gasthof Ochsen in Itingen. Hier isst man gut und reichlich in etwas nÃ¼chternem Ambiente. Freundlicher, fast schon familiÃ¤rer Service. Gerne wieder!!!
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