Bad Kissingen restaurants and gourmet guide for gourmets

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Which Bad Kissingen restaurants convince gourmets?

The culinary offer in autumnal Bad Kissingen

When autumn arrives and it gets cooler, people devote themselves to culinary delights. Autumn time is pleasure time. Bad Kissingen is known for its healing springs, gardens and parks, its architecture and for its history. But there are also offers for connoisseurs who promise an adventure trip for the palate. Whether breakfast, coffee, snack, lunch or dinner - you are guaranteed to find the right café or restaurant here. Bad Kissingen restaurants offer Franconian and international cuisine.

Bad Kissingen city map for connoisseurs

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You can stay overnight in Bad Kissingen in these hotels:

  • Laudensack Parkhotel * is one of the top hotels in Bad Kissingen. It not only offers comfortable accommodation, but is also known for its award-winning cuisine.
  • The Park Hotel CUP VITALIS* is located in one of the most popular areas of Bad Kissingen. Here you will find free private parking spaces.
  • Im Hotel Villa Elsa* you stay in a hotel that has taken extensive steps to enable you to travel sustainably.
  • The Hotel Residenz am Rosengarten* is very central to the sights. Sustainability is also very important here.
  • Are you looking for a larger selection of accommodation in Bad Kissingen? Then you can compare prices here*.

 

 

Traditional Franconian cuisine in Bad Kissingen restaurants

The Bad Kissingen Restaurant Bratwurstglockle

Franconia's kitchen is hearty and tasty. Great importance is attached to the regionality and quality of the food and drinks. You can also enjoy specialties such as bratwurst in Bad Kissingen's restaurants and lounges. In the Bratwurstglöckle restaurant, the name says it all: In addition to tavern dishes, there are sausage dishes such as Saure Zipfel, Nürnberger Rostbratwurst, Krakauerli or Käsebeisser.

Bratwurstglockle
Grabengasse 6
97688 Bad Kissingen

Franconian specialties at the Platzhirsch

Hearty and creative meals are served at the Platzhirsch. The inn offers game products and the Franconian Plootz - a wholemeal sourdough with potato sour cream, which is a Rhön specialty.

top dog
marketplace 16
97688 Bad Kissingen

Schubert's Weinstube - one of Bad Kissingen's restaurants
A wine bar in Bad Kissingen

Exclusive culinary delights in Bad Kissingen restaurants and delicatessens

Faber's Deli

Anyone who likes high-quality meat dishes should definitely plan a visit to Faber's delicatessen. Thomas Faber is a meat sommelier and is the fourth generation to run the business
Companies with their own butcher and delicatessen shops, gastronomy, steak house, party service and wholesale. Thanks to the handicraft butcher's shop with warm meat processing and the delicatessen manufacture, Faber's delicatessen has a large proportion of its own products. This ranges from Franconian red laid to modern products such as the "Bacon Jam #male luck" and homemade delicatessen specialties such as salads, pickled salmon or meat dishes to take away.

Fab delicatessen
If. Marktstrasse 11
97688 Bad Kissingen

 

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The star restaurant Laudensacks in Bad Kissingen

Exclusive dishes with regional ingredients are available in Bad Kissingen in the star restaurant Laudensacks, which is located in the Laudensacks Parkhotel & Beauty Spa. The Michelin Guide has confirmed the star of head chef Frederik Desch since 2009. His cooking style is a mix of classic and modern. This includes dishes such as Rhön salmon trout, local venison or Bresse chicken. You can choose between four, five or six course menus.

Laudensack's Park Hotel
Kurhausstrasse 28
97688 Bad Kissingen

In Laudensack Parkhotel * you can also stay overnight.

In Vino Veritas - the Bad Kissingen wine range

Bad Kissingen winery

The wine shops of Bad Kissingen pamper their guests. For wine lovers, the winery offers not only tastings and tours of the winery but also culinary delights in the manufactory. Located on the Ludwigsbrücke, the Weinwerk's wine shop invites you to enjoy the bridge. From here you have a wonderful view of the multimedia fountain
Rosengarten, which inspires with beamer shows.

Bad Kissingen winery
Balthasar Neumann Promenade 10
97688 Bad Kissingen

 

WEINWERK Bad Kissingen_(c) WEINWERK Vinothek & WineShop
WEINWERK Bad Kissingen (c) WEINWERK Vinothek & WineShop

 

KissVino

The KissVino Vinothek is home to ten winemakers and wineries from the Franconian Saale Valley, who offer their wines for tasting in the former town hall from 1577 in Bad Kissingen. With the bar, the catering area and a shelf for the winemakers' wines, an ambience has been created on the ground floor of the building that invites you to try and linger.

KissVino
marketplace 12
97688 Bad Kissingen

 

KissVino - Bad Kissingen restaurants
KissVino – Bad Kissingen restaurants for wine lovers

Sweets for home

Wafer bakery Zintl

Who would have thought that in the Bavarian State Spa wafers are produced that are actually associated with Karlovy Vary in the Czech Republic? The Kissinger wafers are a wafer pastry with vanilla and nut filling, which is handcrafted according to a family recipe by the Zintl wafer bakery. Thanks to the special recipe, the Kissinger wafers, unlike other wafers, stay crispy for three months. The waffle biscuits are therefore perfect as a souvenir for a holiday in Bad Kissingen.

Wafer bakery Zintl
Ahornstrasse 23
97688 Bad Kissingen

 

Chocolate Troll (c) Bayer. Staatsbad Bad Kissingen GmbH
Chocolate Troll (c) Bayer. Staatsbad Bad Kissingen GmbH

 

Chocolate factory Troll

If you like sweets, you will find real taste explosions in the Troll praline factory, for example. Sea buckthorn-orange truffles, Otilika truffles, secret mango truffles, basil praline, Troll praline, blackberry-rosemary truffles, Rhön praline - these are just a few of Otmar Troll's creations. Over nine years ago, the confectioner started his own business producing pralines, truffles and chocolates and runs his own shop in Bad Kissingen. The production of chocolates as well as the creation of new variations is his great passion. Troll's love for Bad Kissingen is reflected in its products. There is the Quelle Queen praline with real healing water, the Otto von Bismarck praline based on marzipan nougat, the Peter Heil praline made from cherries and honey, the Prinzregent Luitpold praline as well as the Beatrix von Botenlauben praline with a taste like the Orient and the Rakoczy Praline with Tokaji wine from Hungary.

chocolate troll
Badgasse 5
97688 Bad Kissingen

Our tip: the World Heritage Tour for connoisseurs

One way to explore the city from a culinary perspective is the “Culinary World Heritage Tour”. Here you not only have the opportunity to try Franconian specialties, but you also learn a lot about Bad Kissingen's history and the city's contribution to the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

 

Culinary tour of Bad Kissingen restaurants
Culinary tour of Bad Kissingen restaurants with Hermann Laudensack

 

During the tour you can taste everything from “Maxwasser” with fine pastries, “Sour Zipfeln with Ballingbrot” and Silvaner to quiche with rosé from Franconia at three stations. Of course, fine chocolates should not be missing either. (The dishes may vary.) Tickets for the World Heritage Tour for Connoisseurs are available at the Arkadenbau Tourist Information Office, by telephone at 0971 8048-444 and at the email address kissingen-ticket@badkissingen.de. Interested parties can also purchase tickets online at www.badkissingen.de/events buy. Alternatively, you can pick these up at the tourist information center.

Have you ever been to Bad Kissingen?

What culinary experiences did you have there? For example, have you discovered a restaurant that you can recommend? Or did you particularly enjoy a dish that shouldn't be missed? Be sure to tell us in a comment. Our readers will appreciate your tips.

 

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Travel Arrangements

Parking at the airport

You can book your parking space at the airport here.

How to get there

Arrival by plane, bus or train*. The nearest airports are Frankfurt as well as Nuremberg. You can also travel by train or long-distance bus (to Würzburg). You can then take a rental car there.

Car Rentals:

Cheap rental cars - book here!

Camper Rentals:

Compare motorhome prices here

Accommodations:

We stayed in the Hotel Fontana *. We felt very comfortable there. The hotel is also very conveniently located. From there, almost all of the sights mentioned are within easy walking distance. Search here too Accommodation in Bad Kissingen *

City tours to the Bad Kissingen restaurants:

You can take the city tour with Hermann Laudensack and the tour about the role of water in Bad Kissingen with Josef Kiesel at Bayer. Book the Bad Kissingen State Baths: gaestefuehrung @ badkissingen.de


 

 

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Source for Bad Kissingen restaurants: own research on site and Bad Kissingen. We would definitely like to thank Bad Kissingen Tourism for inviting us to this research. However, our opinion about Bad Kissingen remains our own.

This article was updated on March 26.03.2024, XNUMX.

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Bad Kissingen restaurants and gourmet guide for gourmets

Monika Fuchs

Monika Fuchs and Petar Fuchs are the authors and publishers of the Slow Travel and Enjoyment travel blog TravelWorldOnline Traveller. You have been publishing this blog since 2005. TravelWorldOnline has been online since 2001. Your topics are Trips to Savor and wine tourism worldwide and Slow Travel. During her studies, Monika Fuchs spent some time in North America, where she traveled to the USA and Canada - sometimes together with Petar Fuchs - and spent a research year in British Columbia. This strengthened her thirst for knowledge, which she pursued for 6 years Adventure Guide for Rotel Tours and then for 11 years as Study tour guide for Studiosus Reisen tried to breastfeed all over the world. She constantly expanded her travel regions, but curiosity still gnawed at her: “What is beyond the horizon? What else is there to discover in this city? Which people are interesting here? What do you eat in this region?” These are the questions she is now trying to answer as a freelance travel journalist (her articles have appeared in DIE ZEIT, 360° Canada, 360° USA, etc.), among others. travel writer and travel blogger answers in many countries around the world. Petar Fuchs produces the videos on this blog as well as on YouTube. Monika Fuchs from TravelWorldOnline is below Germany's top 50 bloggers in 2021 Other Information about Monika and Petar Fuchs. Recommendations on LinkedIn from tourism experts Further recommendations from cooperation partners and tourism experts Professional experience Monika on LinkedIn

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