Zurich is Switzerland’s largest city with almost 400,000 residents, a third of whom are non-Swiss and come from over 160 countries, making Zurich a multicultural city. Zurich’s local restaurant scene is teeming with a diverse collection of authentic cuisine. Below are some of the best haunts in Zurich.
La Taqueria brings fast, fresh, and authentic Mexican food to Zurich. Their menu offers everything you would find at a taqueria in Mexico, tacos, taquitos, burritos, and quesadillas. They make their guacamole daily with fresh avocados, as well as three different types of hot house sauces. La Taqueria sources its ground-fresh corn tortillas from a family-run Mexican factory to provide you with fresh tortillas rather than restored cornmeal tortillas. They also offer the largest selection of Mexican beers and soft drinks in Switzerland.
Founded in 1870, Rheinfelder Bierhalle is one of Zurich’s oldest beer halls. Since its beginnings it has kept the same values of reasonably priced hearty foods and beer on tap. It is frequented by both the young and old, from students to civil servants, and the beer hall is always loud and lively, as beer halls should be. They offer traditional Swiss meals but Rheinfelder Bierhalle is known especially for its jumbo jumbo cordon bleu, which is proclaimed as the best and the largest cordon bleu in the city.