Dine out in the world’s first vegetarian restaurant in Zurich. The Haus Hiltl dates back to 1898, when it was snappily named the “Vegetarian Home and Abstinence Café”. Back in those early days, vegetarians were derogatorily called “grazers” and the café was nicknamed “the root bunker” by locals. Today you can sample a wide range of vegetarian options at the buffet which offers over 100 dishes with influences from around the world. A must-try is the Hiltl Tartar, a signature dish made with okara, eggplant and spices. They also have a wide range of vegan friendly desserts that will make your mouth water, all for a decent price.