Though this establishment is just a 10-minute drive from the center of town, its parklike setting seems worlds away from the high-rise clamor of the city. A proud owner of a Michelin star since it opened its doors in 1978, Landhaus Scherrer continues to be one of the city's best-known and most celebrated restaurants. The restaurant's focus is on the use of organic, sustainable ingredients to produce classic and modern German cuisine with international touches. Wood-panel walls and soft lighting create a low-key mood in the main building, which was once a brewery. Unsurprisingly, the accompanying wine list is exceptional. There's also a small bistro here, where diners can feast on similar fare at lower prices. For delicious German comfort food (curry wurst and potato salad), try the sister property, Ö1.