As a meat enthusiast, you will certainly feel right at home with us. We offer you a choice of robust and classic meat dishes. The moment of being together and sharing is particularly important to us. That’s why you will find various dishes served on platters, so you can share with your friends and acquaintances. Once the sun is out, our beer garden with its chestnut trees offers grilling events on weekends and lounge music at our summer bar.
Our restaurant with its 54 seats is waiting for you.
We shall be happy to spoil you in our beautiful summer beer garden that can accommodate up to 150 guests.
Would you like to celebrate a special occasion with your family, friends, or colleagues? We have prepared a banquet offer that we shall be happy to tailor to your personal expectations. Do you have any particular culinary ideas? We shall be happy to help you realize them, because we want your event not only to meet your expectations, but to exceed them by far.
We are happy to offer you the following rooms for your individual event:
Up to 16 guests: the St. Jakobs-Stübli or St. Jakob’s Snuggery
Up to 24 guests: the Pilger-Saal or Pilgrims' Hall
Up to 80 guests: the Dalbedych-Saal or Dalbedych Hall
Room for Meat-Eating Tigers
Meat enthusiasts will feel as if they have finally arrived where they were meant to be. But we have also thought up a surprise or two for those who prefer vegetable dishes. Besides, we always attach great importance to regional and seasonal products when purchasing products and preparing dishes.
Quality Prepared with LoveWe use first-class products, which we prefer to buy from domestic production and prepare fresh, from A-Z, in our kitchen.
The Gasser family, the former landlords, are still at your disposal as Bistro Gasser AG.
Is the historic St. Jakob tavern really one of the oldest in town?
When was it first mentioned in records?
In his book Basel: einst und jetzt [Basel: Once Upon a Time and Now], author Eugen A. Meier mentions that the tavern at St. Jakob was first mentioned in 1526, though this was not the same building we know today, as the original customs house was replaced by a new building in 1687.