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10 Things to eat in Stuttgart and where


Stuttgart is one of the German cities where you can savor it the best of Germanic cuisine.
Here for generations traditional dishes have been handed down such as soups, spaetzle to be seasoned in different ways, various cooked meats, cold cuts and cheeses that can be tasted in trattorias and pubs but also in starred restaurants.
The city, in fact, although it may seem strange, boasts 6 restaurants that have earned Michelin Stars. But here's what we suggest you try during a stay in Stuttgart!



Index

  1. Maultashen
  2. Gaisburger Marsch Suppe
  3. Spaetzle
  4. Schwäbischer Rostbraten (Swabian roast)
  5. Wiener Schnitzel
  6. Kaiserstuhl cheeses
  7. Stuttgarter Wein (Stuttgart Wine)
  8. Stuttgarter Bier (Beer from Stuttgart)
  9. Linsen mit Saiten (Lentils with sausages)
  10. Zwiebelkuchen (Onion pie)
  11. Where to eat in Stuttgart: best restaurants, typical bars and street food
  12. User questions and comments

1 - Maultashen

Maultaschen or Schwäbische Maultaschen or Schwäbische Suppenmaultaschen are a type of stuffed pasta to eat typically as a first course.
Very similar to Italian ravioli, however, they have a size that varies from 8 to 12 centimeters and the inside is based on meat, spinach, cheese, breadcrumbs and onions mixed with different spices.

  • Recommended to: lunch and dinner
  • Average cost: € 9,00
  • Main ingredients: meat, spinach, cheese, breadcrumbs and onions mixed with different spices

2 - Gaisburger Marsch Suppe

This is the typical Stuttgart soup prepared with beef, potatoes and Späetzle, then flavored with spices and chives. An ideal dish for cold winter evenings, perhaps after a day spent skating on the rink set up for the Christmas markets.



  • Recommended to: Lunch or dinner
  • Average cost: € 10,00
  • Main ingredients: beef, potatoes and Späetzle, then flavored with spices and chives

3 - Spaetzle

This typical Stuttgart dish are nothing but gods irregularly shaped dumplings almost always based on spinach. They can be combined with speck, mushrooms, cheese, bacon or any type of meat, perhaps soaked with a ladle of Bratensauce, a spicy sauce that generally accompanies meat dishes. A delicious food that it can be a main course or a side dish of other dishes.

  • Recommended to: Lunch or dinner
  • Average cost: € 9,00
  • Main ingredients: spinach, flour, eggs.

4 - Schwäbischer Rostbraten (Swabian roast)

This dish, not exactly light, is a roast cooked with onions typical of Swabian cuisine. Tradition serves it on Sunday for lunch accompanied by spaetzle or fried potatoes and is considered a single dish.

  • Recommended to: lunch
  • Average cost: € 15,00
  • Main ingredients: roast beef seasoned with mustard, onions, butter, broth, garlic

5 - Wiener Schnitzel

Although it is a dish of Viennese cuisine, this sort of cutlet is also often served in Stuttgart, so much so that it is part of the typical cuisine menu.
It is a thin slice of breaded and fried veal in lard which is served with potatoes or vegetables such as sauerkraut.



  • Recommended to: Lunch or dinner
  • Average cost: € 12,00
  • Main ingredients: veal, breading, lard for frying

6 - Kaiserstuhl cheeses

In the typical cuisine of Stuttgart there are also different cheeses that are used to accompany a glass of wine or a beer usually as an appetizer or aperitif. They can be fresh or seasoned and served in combination with black forest ham or honey.

  • Recommended to: as an aperitif or appetizer
  • Average cost: € 6,00

7 - Stuttgarter Wein (Stuttgart wine)

Stuttgart is located in the center of a large and very famous wine region; the most appreciated grape is the Trollinger from ruby ​​red grapes.
That is why often in this part of Germany people like to drink wine over beer while having dinner or an aperitif.

  • Recommended to: as an aperitif or during meals
  • Average cost: from €, 3,50 a glass of wine

8 - Stuttgarter Bier (Stuttgart Beer)

Although people in Stuttgart prefer to drink wine, beer is also typical of these areas.
Inside breweries and pubs it is possible to taste craft beers of different types that satisfy even the most demanding palates.

  • Recommended to: lunch, dinner, aperitif, after dinner
  • Average cost: from € 3,50

9 - Linsen mit Saiten (Lentils with sausages)

Another traditional recipe that is often found in Stuttgart restaurants and pubs is this dish made from hot lentils and sausages, often accompanied by Spatzle.
Usually we dine with this dish which is caloric and abundant.



  • Recommended to: Lunch or dinner
  • Average cost: from € 9,00
  • Main ingredients: sausage, lentils, smoked bacon, wurstel and peeled tomatoes.

10 - Zwiebelkuchen (Onion pie)

Another typical Stuttgart dish that is usually eaten for accompany the new wine in autumn is this onion pie.
The leavened dough is stuffed with a mixture of steamed onions, eggs, sour cream, diced speck and cumin seeds.

  • Recommended to: snack and aperitif
  • Average cost: from € 2,00 the slice
  • Main ingredients: onions, leavened dough, speck, cumin, cream, eggs

Where to eat in Stuttgart: best restaurants, typical bars and street food

In Stuttgart you can savor the best of German cuisine.
Gastronomic traditions are handed down from generation to generation and particular attention is paid to maintaining the local culinary identity. Stuttgart boasts a wide range of places to delight the palate, ranging from trattorias with a homemade climate to refined starred restaurants: in the city limits there are in fact numerous places that have been awarded Michelin stars.
Let's see where to taste the best of the city, for all budgets.

1 - Markthalle

  • Description: market dating back to 1914, today a very popular place for both tourists and locals, for its more than 50 food stalls
  • specialty: street food
  • Average price: from € 5,00 per person
  • Address: Get directions - Facebook page

2 - Carl Brauhaus

  • Description: this place reserves the atmosphere of the classic German brewery, with an informal atmosphere and homemade food
  • specialty: local beers and schnitzels
  • Average price: from € 15,00 per person
  • Address: Get directions - Facebook page

3 - Katz der Bäcker

  • Description: typical restaurant and bakery where you can enjoy sweet preparations or enjoy an excellent breakfast in relaxation
  • specialty: breakfasts, donuts
  • Average price: from € 5,00 per person
  • Address: Get directions - Facebook page

4 - Brauereigaststätte Dinkelacker

  • Description: restaurant where you can taste typical dishes washed down with handcrafted beer
  • specialty: schnitzel, maultaschen and beers
  • Average price: from € 15,00 per person
  • Address: Get directions

5 - Zur Weinsteige

  • Description: refined and elegant luxury restaurant of the hotel of the same name, both multi-starred and of excellent quality
  • specialty: gourmet dishes
  • Average price: from € 60,00 per person
  • Address: Get directions - Facebook page
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