The Swabian crime dinner 'Sherlock Holmes and the poisoned Maultäschlesupp' - a delicious course meal in a stylish ambience framed by an exciting crime case at the HYPERION Hotel Basel.
'Sherlock Holmes and the poisoned Maultäschlesupp'.
Yes, you have read correctly, the famous master detective Sherlock Holmes and yours truly, Dr. Watson, have made their way to Swabia. Admittedly, not entirely voluntarily. But our genius could not turn down the invitation of an old acquaintance, the Baroness von Zuckerberg, to a gala dinner. So here we are, dining just at the time in the adjoining room of the restaurant, where you will enjoy a delicious 3-course menu this evening.
Fleeing from his tablemate, the endlessly chattering Swabian baroness, the detective narrowly misses the supposed murder of the hostess' husband, the Baron von Zuckerberg.
Well, his health was no longer the best. But to fall so suddenly forward into the Maultäschlesupp is not the fine English way to die, even in Swabia. For Sherlock Holmes, however, the hitherto deadly boring evening is saved.
A dialect whodunit is in the offing, and an extremely tricky case at that, because the results of the investigation seem to rule out any influence of poison. The questioning of the witnesses, the forensic pathologist and some of the dinner guests makes many an innocent lamb in the room appear suspicious.
Eager and in high spirits, the famous detective cranks up his little gray cells. Swabian shrewdness" is already spreading, but the master is not so easily fooled by a false house builder. For him, of course, the solution to the case is soon obvious. As always, however, he leaves us in the dark for a while before the murderer is convicted in a virtuoso manner.
But maybe you will soon have the solution at hand as well, since you will have a say in the matter this evening.
The 3-course menu will be served by the gastronomy team of the HYPERION Hotel Basel. From 19 o'clock the Krimi Dinner will be opened, which will guarantee tickling for nerves and palate. Admission is at 6:30 pm.
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