Restaurants on Sunday

Restaurants on Sunday
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Brunch, afternoon coffee or dinner?

On Sundays, the clocks tick a little slower in Baden. The atmosphere is relaxed and many restaurants are open for a cosy brunch, afternoon coffee or dinner with friends.

Baldegg

Open on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Ideal for: an excursion with the whole family

Close-by: lots of hiking and walking trails, lookout tower

Be sure to try: the popular fried fish bites

The traditional Restaurant Baldegg has been a popular excursion destination near Baden since the opening of the first restaurant in 1837. The Baldegg attracts guests with a pleasant restaurant and a wonderful garden terrace. Right next to the restaurant there is also a large adventure playground. The moated lookout tower offers a wonderful panoramic view of the valley.


Bélvèdere

Open on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Ideal for: Feasts and celebrations in small and large groups

Close-by: Stein Castle

Be sure to try: the home-made meat loaf

The two hosts Michael and Maria Moser and their team take care of making you feel welcome at the Bélvèdere.With their home-style cuisine, they cater to their guests' every wish. The breathtaking view over the city is the icing on the cake.


Colombo

Open on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m.

Ideal for: Brunch with friends or the in-laws

Close-by: Train station, Sterk Cinema, Royal

Be sure to try: Pancakes with blueberries

On Sundays, the Colombo welcomes guests in the café bar on the ground floor. The café delights with a Mediterranean-American menu. For those with an appetite for even more hearty food, there is pasta, burgers and various bagels served until 6 p.m.


Elements

Open on Sundays from 6.30 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Ideal for: brunch with the whole family

Close-by: Museum Langmatt, Kurtheater, Thermal baths

Be sure to try: The scrumptious spareribs

The Restaurant Elements always has a surprise in store with creatively interpreted classic dishes made from locally and nationally sourced products. The varied cuisine and stylish interior are perfect for full Sunday brunch. Enjoy your meal under the branches of a giant beech tree when the weather allows. What a backdrop!


Grand Casino Baden

Open on Sundays from 10.30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Ideal for: an excursion with friends

Close-by: Casino, Thermal baths, Limmat promenade

Be sure to try: The rich brunch buffet

Sunday and it's raining? No problem, here's an ingenious indoor tip: first, indulge in the lavish brunch buffet at the Grand Casino Baden Restaurant. Then, play a round of roulette in the casino. It is even rumoured that the brunch brings a little extra luck…


Il Brunello

Open on Sundays from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Ideal for: a social night after a walk along the Limmat

Close-by: Thermal baths, Grand Casino Baden, Limmat promenade

Be sure to try: Pizza (no matter which one, because they all taste fantastic!)

The Italian Restaurant Il Brunello brings a hearty portion of Italianità into the city. The homemade pasta, fresh pizzas and exquisite wines make for a cosy evening that could just as easily be in Milan, Bologna or Rome. Buon appetito!


Lemon

Open Sundays from 10.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. (Brunch) and 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. (Family Dinner)

Ideal for: large and small families

Close-by: Train station, Kunstraum, Trafo Cinema

Be sure to try: The Sunday Chicken Dinner

TheLemon is a location which has long been associated with Sunday brunches. But did you know that every Sunday evening there is also the big chicken dinner? From wings to nuggets to skewers – chicken lovers will find what they are looking for here. It comes with fresh salad and delicious French fries.


Linde

Open on Sundays from 11.30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5.30 p.m. to 12 p.m.

Ideal for: small or large groups with big appetites

Close-by: Schulhausplatz, municipal library, Castle Stein

Be sure to try:  Wiener Schnitzel with potato salad

On the 1st floor of the Hotel Restaurant Linde, overlooking the Schulhausplatz square, a sophisticated à-la-carte restaurant awaits you, with various banqueting rooms for groups of up to 100 people. Whether for a family celebration, a holiday meal or an undisturbed business lunch – everyone enjoys the Wiener Schnitzel made using a secret recipe and the home-made Spanischbrödli for dessert!


Mr. Pickwick Pub

Open on Sundays from 1 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.

Ideal for: a Sunday beer and people watching

Close-by: City Tower, Old Town, Historical Museum Baden

Be sure to try: Fish ’n’ Chips

The pub named after Mr. Pickwick calls itself a "home away from home" – and it is. This is where sports fans meet on Sundays for the kick off a of Premiere League match or for a game of table football. The constantly changing beer and cider assortment has something to suit everyone's taste. Perfect for washing down some classic fish 'n' chips! Totally British, and we love it.


Sayori

Open on Sundays from 5 p.m to 11 p.m.

Ideal for: birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions

Close-by: Train station, Trafo Cinema, Kunstraum

Be sure to try: Teppan Yaki experience

In Sayori Japanese culinary culture is celebrated. Of course this includes fresh sushi prepared with a lot of skill. In addition to this classic Japanese delicacy, there is another highlight to experience here: the Teppan Yaki. All the ingredients are fried and cooked, one course at a time, on the hot "Teppan Yaki" – a traditional heated griddle.


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