“Wilde 13“ is modern, creative and eccentric. Our gourmet restaurant gets its name from the (in-)famous pirate crew that once plagued the Augsburger Puppenkiste. Our head chef Tobias Laux and his team create wonderful dishes from regional and simple ingredients. That’s what “Wilde 13” stands for: Turning down-to-earth ingredients from the area into artworks on a plate that satisfy vision and taste. In 2018, our kitchen crew again got awarded with the “Stern der Gastlichkeit”, an award given to places with extraordinary service. On top of that, food magazines “Der Feinschmecker” and “Schlemmer Atlas” awarded 1 point with recommendation and 3 wooden spoons to the W13-team, respectively.
„Wilde 13“ is open Wednesdays to Saturdays from 5pm to 11pm, with the kitchen being open 5pm to 10pm. Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays are days of rest.
Shortly the “Wilde 13” remove from vacation – on April, 10th. To shorten the waiting time, here you’ll find the new menu.
Sunday brunch at „Wilde 13“
- From 10.30am to 2pm
- Also warm dishes (traditional Bavarian Weißwurst and various pasta and potato dishes)
- Parking spaces provided
- Reservation requested
Children ages 4-10 €8,50
While it’s rainy and cold outside, at our “Feuerstelle” the fire is crackling and you can make yourself comfortable in one of our armchairs or our handmade sofa! We look forward to seeing you take place at the fireside – at any time. The “Feuerstelle” also doubles as our entrance lobby. Come and enjoy a drink or a little snack, or even be your own DJ. We’ve equipped the lobby with a records corner where you can find over 100 different albums – we invite you to listen to your favorite record.
Lastly, for all of you soccer fans: We do sports at the “Feuerstelle” – if just in a passive sense. Large sports events, Bundesliga games and games with the FC Augsburg (as well as other clubs) will be shown through Sky. Want to enjoy a game in company? The “Feuerstelle” is just perfect for that.
By the way: We accept Bitcoin as payment at our restaurants and at the “Feuerstelle”. If you know what Bitcoin is, you know what to do. For the uninitiated, you may learn about it at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin