Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa To Open New Restaurant

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A chic new dining experience is set to open in collaboration with bright young Swiss chef Nenad Mlinarevic


Slated to open in autumn 2018, the innovative new concept will offer a destination restaurant and bar for guests and local residents alike at Brenners Park-Hotel & Spa.

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Inspired by the nature, history and the culture of the Black Forest with a throwback to the glamour of the 1920s, the new restaurant will be sophisticated yet refined and informal – creating a fun, social atmosphere for gourmands to enjoy.

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The restaurant is being overseen by culinary advisor Nenad Mlinarevic – the creative young Swiss chef is considered a rising star on the German and Swiss culinary scene. His appeal will target a younger audience looking to sample a multi-cultural food experience.

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The design concept has been created by Robert Angell – whose work includes the Blue Bar at the Berkeley and the American Bar at the Savoy – as well as London based Gorgeous Group.

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Together they have created a distinctive interior with inspiration taken from the hotel’s spectacular Black Forest setting – the enchanting scenery as well as historic culture. The new design will embrace the connection that many have with the hotel and local area and it will look back at Baden Baden’s glamorous past whilst creating a new exciting future.

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The new menu will be simple with seasonal small plates, sharing plates for the table and specialities from the grill. The wine list will have an extensive selection by the glass, hand crafted beer, speciality barrel aged cocktails and a small but carefully curated selection of locally made vermouths and liqueurs.

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