The menu is selective, you receive top quality food and very good service. Extensive wine list but mostly very, very expensive. Details are all very well cared for and the overall atmosphere is very relaxing.
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I'm very happy to write this review and attribute a no doubt five star review. Andy Zaugg, the great Chef managed to give his masterpiece into another good hands, to a real Stefan. The new Chef Stefan Bader and his crew is doing a great...More
Had the filet of beef that was tender and cooked to perfection. Escargot was delicious and dinner was topped off with a raspberry sorbet with pomegranate and chocolate/caramel sauce that was to die for!
Had dinner there, we had a late booking and we were looked after as if we had all night. They have some great local dishes, try the White Wine Soup. They are really proud of their Swiss cuisine. For those visiting it might be important...More
Zum alten Stephan is my favourite restaurant in Solothurn. It combines a cosy atmosphere with high level Swiss cuisine, which is a combination of traditional local specialities with a french inspiration. On a hot summer day you can chose the shadow of the little terrace....More
This place really is superb. The atmosphere around the place is nice and relaxed with the lovely Irish woman overlooking the service. She was clearly busy but yet still had time to make us laugh and have a chat. The guys serving food all working...More
Outstanding chef! Unbeatable watermelon soup with passion fruit mousse and steamed shrimps (!) Juicy meat! Great products, to start with, associated with great cooking! Prices consistent with a usual Swiss style, not that higher than standard restaurants...but you gain so much higher quality! Highly recommended!
My husband and I are traveling Switzerland. We were in lovely Solothurn and were advised by the locals to try Restaurant Zum Alten Stephan. A charming building in the middle of old town, extremely professional staff and excellent service greeted us right away. We were...More
What a place, it's fabulous. The initial view of the exterior to da welcoming staff in the interior. Food was top class, couldn't be better. Swiss wines to accompany our food. Staff were very efficient, helpful and friendly. Would definitely recommend. Can't wait to go...More
The most important upfront, the Gourmet restaurant does not exist anymore as the previous will-rated cook (Andy Zaugg) left end of 2015. The restaurant "Zum Alten Stephan" does now only consists of the "Stadtbeiz" (= city pub). We lived in Solothurn about a decade ago...More