This contemporary restaurant serves burgers, quesadillas and tasty weekend brunches in a relaxed atmosphere. With its light wooden walls, bleached floors and rustic interior it seems much like a country house. The Iro Grill next to the restaurant serves up a variety of meat specialties, ideal for take-away. Wander down here for one of the sport events and enjoy the hearty burgers or club sandwiches on a sunny day. Reasonable prices, great tastes and vibrant atmosphere are all on point in Iroqouis
True to its name, Fischer’s Fritz
is located directly on Zurich’s stunning lake; some of the fish for their dishes is even sourced directly from there. Expect fresh and tasty seafood in an ideal holiday setting. Its mixture of French bistro and Northern German touches is not only incredibly charming, but also a winning concept. Come down here for a glass of wine on a warm summer evening and unwind with a prime view over the lake.
This locale is an exceptional and modern restaurant, serving both laid-back lunches as well as fine dining dishes. In the evening Maison Manesse
serves experimental six or seven-course dinners. Their motto, “open for everything”, is reflected in their menu, and the restaurant successfully manages to walk the line between skillful cooking and an unpretentious eating atmosphere. Ideal for fans of exciting and unusual food with a cosmopolitan vibe, leaning on urban fusion fine dining, Maison Manesse’s innovative take on dishes has recently earned it its first Michelin star.
Following its name, this place serves up some of the best fondue and raclette in the city. The Raclette-Stube
is open all year round and is rumored to serve some of the best cheese in the city. A definite must for a first-time visitor to Switzerland, indulge in these melted cheeses with a chilled glass of white wine in a traditional Swiss setting. Dishes are simple but incredibly tasty with helpful service. Raclette-Stube is best visited for a relaxed evening in a comfortable atmosphere. Bebek
offers Mediterranean dishes in a trendy area. Influences range from Greek to Lebanese and Moroccan
cuisine. The interior shows oriental accents while retaining a laid back vibe. The bar on the upper floor offers a great view over the nearby Tramdepot. Cocktails are made from fresh herbs, home made syrups and seasonal fruits and are an ideal aperitif for the flavorsome, organic dishes. Service is friendly and accommodating, offering up a unique mixture of Swiss ambiance and Mediterranean dishes. Gartenhof
is a great, relaxed restaurant with a constantly changing weekly menu, serving up Swiss and French cuisine. Its retro feeling gives the place a comfortable atmosphere and the garden area out front is perfect for a drink on those hot summer days. Cooking is characterized by tender meats and tasty sauces with reliance on seasonal products. The typical Zürich drink, Hugo, should not be missed. The menu is selective but diverse, and is accompanied by great service. An ideal choice for a quick after-work bite or a low-key dinner.